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Tag Archives: cheesecloth
Last week I showed you two large panels I made using scraps. Since then I created three more. One long panel. Two short ones. Here they are laid out on the floor. Here’s the final project. So, … Continue reading
Like everyone else I have a ton of scraps, threads, cut offs, etc. I finally got around to organizing them somewhat into like piles. As you see I had a lot to choose form. The first pic is a tub … Continue reading
While I was getting organized for our trip to Europe, I realized I could use something to keep my jewelry in other than little plastic bags like I have done previously for travel. I devised a jewelry roll with netting … Continue reading
I don’t know if its spring or summer or something in the creative cosmic atmosphere, but it seems fish have become a theme for art lately. Cathy (Luvswool) and I got together before she went to her Colorado residency and … Continue reading
Today we have a guest post from Lyn. *** I was lucky to win some of Ruth’s hand-dyed cheesecloth in a recent giveaway post – scrummy isn’t it? I really liked the pattern in the dark green piece, top left, … Continue reading
As a big Thank You for all the support I’ve had since I started felting and blogging, I’m giving away a copy of my new PDF e-book called Beyond Nuno. It’s all about using different fabrics in wet felting, why … Continue reading