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Blues and Greens

These are the blue and green nuno pieces I made using fabric strips a few weeks ago. I tried to include a wide range of colours as well as various fabrics. This one was a mix of blue, purple, green … Continue reading

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Still Sewing

Well, my sewing stuff – and the mess – is still out! I realised I was running out of offcuts, so decided to make some more. I suppose technically they’re not offcuts if I make them with the intention of … Continue reading

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Nuno Felt Scarf Class

A few weeks ago I taught a nuno felt scarf class. As usual I had great students and we had a lot of fun. I have grouped the 4 scarves into galleries so you can see the progressions. These first 2 … Continue reading

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Bright Nuno Pieces

Some slightly more ‘conventional’ nuno felt this week. Well, conventional to me anyway 🙂 I made a piece similar to this first one a while ago and it was really popular and sold, so I thought I’d make another one: … Continue reading

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A Spring Shawl

The museum store wanted some shawls that are more “springy”.  This is the first one. It is a pastel pink and blue silk with pale pink wool on 2/3 of it. I then added some silk hanky flowers  and leaves … Continue reading

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Organza and Soap

I have a ‘thing’ for organza. I know, I have a ‘thing’ for all fabrics, but there’s something about organza I just can’t resist. Maybe it’s the two-tone colours of some, and also how they can be very different to … Continue reading

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White Nuno Texture

I took some close up photos of the white textured nuno piece I showed last week. I used a few different types of cotton fabrics: some cotton gauze-single pieces and folded over, some scrim, cheesecloth, some natural muslin, somecotton fabric … Continue reading

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