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Tag Archives: wet felting
I’m really late doing the first quarter Fauvism challenge, I thought I understood it, but every time I had an idea and started to work on it, it didn’t seem right. I finally decided on a picture to use last … Continue reading
Last week at the well-being centre I made a sample of felt that would be suitable for a lampshade cover. We’ve spoken about it there before, and samples usually explain things a lot better than words. I used a blended … Continue reading
I took a couple of my pencil roving mats, and some pencil roving waste, to the Well Being centre a couple of weeks ago. We were talking about plaid and checks, and I’d mentioned the pencil roving waste and how … Continue reading
It doesn’t matter how many times I write a tutorial, and many people will understand this, I always massively underestimate how long it will take. Actually, the underestimation probably increases each time as I think it should be easier/quicker having … Continue reading
Last month I showed you my yarn experiment. I had woven some yarns then felted them. Many of them were synthetic. If you hadn’t seen the post, here it is: https://feltingandfiberstudio.com/2017/02/07/wild-and-crazy-yarns-woven-then-felted/ Ruth suggested I put eyes in it. Which I … Continue reading
Last month Ruth Lane announced the 1st Quarter Challenge focusing on Fauvism. If you missed it, you can read about it here: https://feltingandfiberstudio.com/2016/12/31/2017-quarterly-challenges/ I had a hard time deciding what to do and looked through a lot of photos and … Continue reading