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Category Archives: Free Motion Stitching
I told you in another piece about an art show my guild is having to celebrate Canada’s 150th birthday . This is another piece I made for it. It is called connected. As usual I started with 2 pieces of prefelt with a … Continue reading
This is the 3rd and final set of pictures from this exhibit. http://mvtm.ca/?exhibition=colour-unboxed the first is here: https://feltingandfiberstudio.com/2017/01/18/colour-unboxed-by-out-of-the-box/ and the second here: https://feltingandfiberstudio.com/2017/01/26/out-of-the-box-part-2/ Again I apologise for some of the odd angles as it was very crowded with people enjoying the exhibit. … Continue reading
I wrote a post about these felt leaves on my Permutations in Fiber blog and asked for ideas for what people would do with them. I got loads of good ideas but I decided the easiest one for me to … Continue reading
It’s your last chance to sign up for Teri Berry’s Felted Concertina Hat online class today. There are only a couple of spots left, so first come, first served. It’s going to be a really great class so if you’ve … Continue reading
Last month I wrote about doing more experiments with UFOs and my silk paper bowl disaster. https://feltingandfiberstudio.com/2016/06/20/more-experiments-with-ufos/ Fortunately, Lyn suggested I try Ruth’s Felt Scrap Bowl method. https://feltingandfiberstudio.com/2011/12/11/felt-scrap-bowl-tutorial/ I was hesitant at first because it required free motion stitching. Something … Continue reading
I have tons of pieces of screen printed felt that I made as samples for my screen printing class. I decided in the spirit of finishing UFO’s that I wanted to do some free motion machine stitching and use the … Continue reading