Second quarter Challenge, Nuno Felt Surface Design.

The second quarter is already here, I am not sure how that happened. I think using fabric as a surface design instead of a base is a good idea for the second quarter. Use cotton or silk or rayon or what ever you like to make some surface designs. You can make texture or pattern.

Try a mosaic? (I think one is Zed’s)

or making a picture? I made this to practice machine embroidery on.

Layer some silk

How about some texture?



Or let your imagination sore, have fun with it.Β  You can post your experiments good and bad over in the Felt and Fiber Studio Forum.



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20 Responses to Second quarter Challenge, Nuno Felt Surface Design.

  1. Karen Lane says:

    Another great idea for a challenge Ann. Looking forward to get out my scraps box and having a play!

  2. This should be fun!

  3. ruthlane says:

    How did the second quarter get here already? Crazy. It’s funny but our group is doing Nuno felting next week and I had already decided to use the nuno as a surface design so this fits perfectly with my plans. I’m thinking I will do a landscape and then add machine embroidery. Thanks for the challenge, Ann!

  4. Marilyn aka Pandagirl says:

    Great challenge Ann, so many options!

  5. zedster66 says:

    Oh no, a nuno felt surface design challenge πŸ˜‰ I suppose I’ll have to call in the fabric shop for a few ideas πŸ™‚

  6. craftywoman says:

    Thinking hat on, a good challenge πŸ™‚

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