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Author Archives: annielynrosie
The theme for this year’s challenges is ‘Personal Items’. So here’s the first challenge for felters, spinners, weavers, stitchers, knitters, crocheters and mixed media fibre artists … …make a piece of jewellery! We might associate jewellery with metal and glass, … Continue reading
above: Colourscape in felt I was fascinated by this colourful photo of Chilhuly Glass. I love the transparency of the glass and the way the overlap gives a secondary, and sometimes tertiary, colour. But how to achieve that effect with … Continue reading
This challenge is inspired by our trip to Mottisfont Abbey where Kaffe Fassett exhibited over 70 glorious items including furniture fabric, clothing and wall hangings. “I create in palettes of colour because that is my main obsession.” Kaffe Fassett We … Continue reading
Some cities in the UK have evolved over several centuries so that old and new buildings are often knitted together – this gate is in the city of Salisbury. Councils invest in sculptures, green spaces, floral displays and bunting to … Continue reading
This is going to be a real challenge! We looked for pictures by forum members but cityscapes are as rare as hen’s teeth! However, we did find this lovely felted picture by Ann (Shepherdess)… …and Marilyn’s ‘Windy City’ cityscape… …and … Continue reading
Last year we visited St Agnes, in Cornwall, on a day when there was a cloudless blue sky and a sea breeze. So for my seascape inspiration I chose two photos of St Agnes beach and a photo of Annie’s … Continue reading