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Category Archives: Wet Felting
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 wasn’t able to finish the coursework for Ruth’s Paper Lamination Class within the class time, but have since completed the last two assignments. We had a choice of several different options for the last two weeks. I chose to … Continue reading
I managed to get quite a bit of felting done this week. I made a cover for the handle of my teapot so I can stop burning my fingers. It would have been better if the hole in the centre … Continue reading
A while back I had purchased a bunch of scarves from thrift shops and some sample fabrics from the fabric store. All passed the “breath test” but some did not felt when I did samples. I wrote about it here: … Continue reading
It was interesting to see Marilyn’s 3rd Quarter Challenge last week about creating/adding dimension to our felt projects, we’d just started exploring dimension and texture at the well being centre’s wet felting and fibre group. The piece I made last … Continue reading
I’d inteded this post to be mostly pictures of some ‘scruffy’ felt pieces I’d made recently, but as I was editing the photos, I was thinking about how they came about, because they’re not my ‘usual’ kinds of pieces, but … Continue reading