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Category Archives: Wet Felting
I was really happy with the way the green vessel I showed last time dried. I was worried it’d lose shape, but it kept it and also ‘came to life’ when the textures/sheens of the different wools and fibres appeared … Continue reading
On Saturday I was teaching Techniques for Intermediate Felters. It is a sample class. First we talked about how felt shrinks and then did ruffled edges. As an aside it was Jan’s ( top right) birthday and the class was one … Continue reading
I mentioned in the blog post before last that we’ve started working with resists at the well being centre. After our first piece using strips to cut make channels and cut flaps, we moved onto 3D. Our next piece was … Continue reading
While making little bags I also made a small picture. i suppose it would count for the first quarter challenge. happy-new-year-prepare-to-be-challenged/ i hope to do somthing a little more challenging before the quarter is over. I like little pasture scenes. … Continue reading
I’m a great recycler, as I suspect many textile lovers are. Much of my business is based on scouring charity shops and jumble sales for items that other people have discarded and transforming them back into desirable objects. Some old … Continue reading
We’ve had some new members join our wet felting group at the Well Being centre this year, so I’ve been making ‘beginners’ pieces with them the past few weeks. One I always enjoy doing is a Nuno strip sample piece. … Continue reading