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Category Archives: Giveaways
A couple of weeks ago I showed a photo of a fibre sampler I made at the well being centre, made with all staple fibres. Last week we made ones using lots of embellishment fibre tops, from Left to Right: … Continue reading
This is a guest post from Sue B. (chookie on the forum) who recently visited the Bendigo – Australian Wool Show. She does apologize for the quality of the photos as they were taking on her phone in crowds with … Continue reading
I want to remind everyone you only have a few days left to enter the free draw for a spot in Terri’s Concertina Hat Class. The last day to enter is July 28. Just follow the link. https://feltingandfiberstudio.com/2016/07/16/online-felted-concertina-hat-class-with-teri-berry-in-august/ I finished my triangle scarf … Continue reading
I actually got an early start on this quarter’s challenge for a change! In case you missed it, here’s Ruth’s original post: https://feltingandfiberstudio.com/2016/01/02/first-quarter-challenge-2016/ I’ve used flat resists before, mostly for surface design, simple cases, and a few bags. I have … Continue reading
Today it’s my turn for a giveaway, I’m doing fibres too, and very predictably it’s naturals! There are 4 different breeds of natural wool tops totalling aproximately 300g. There’s roughly 100g of Texel and 50g of Devon: And roughly 100g … Continue reading
Wow I never realised how popular a fiber giveaway could be. A total of 90 people made comments on the my giveaway post. https://feltingandfiberstudio.com/2016/01/16/my-turn-for-a-giveaway/#comments I decided to use a random number generator to pick the winner. http://andrew.hedges.name/experiments/random/ this one was … Continue reading