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Author Archives: tracey2008
I recently made myself a felted cuff from a failed project (got to use them up!), and wore it at one of my craft fairs. Vivienne, one of the other stall holders took a shine to it and asked if … Continue reading
Hello everyone, I know a lot of the readers of this forum may be experienced felters, but some of you may be turning to us after deciding to experience felting for the first time. I thought I would provide a simple blog … Continue reading
Well another year has rolled by and it was time to immerse myself once again into the wondrous spectacle that is Woolfest here in the UK, held at Mitchell’s Lakeland Livestock Centre, Cockermouth Cumbria. I know, tough job but someone … Continue reading
When I began wet felting, merino was the only wool that I had had experience with, and I wanted to try new fibres. I knew that there happened to be a working alpaca farm not far from were I live so I decided … Continue reading
I took three tea cosies along to a craft fair I attended last year and I sold all three. They were two sheep cosies in natural wool (Corriedale) and the third was a blue Merino cosy. I have plans to … Continue reading
Last year I attended two crafts fairs as a seller, my first since I began wet felting, and I would like to share with you a few of the tips that I believe have helped me enormously. You have put a lot of time and … Continue reading