Elizabeth Abernathy: Natasha Fadeeva Tiny Animals
wet felted trivet
This file is a collection of various messages having the common theme of stiffening felt,collected from the feltmaker's list. I have done a limited amount of editing. For instance, most of the message IDs were removed to save space and remove clutter. Stiffening Felt
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Central Library, Amsterdam, the Netherlands, 2007. Architect: Jo-Coenen & Co. Architecten. Fashioning-Felt at Cooper-Hewitt
How to make a felt rug « Adventures in Wool Addiction This is an explanation of rug felting based on classes taken with Halima of www.Wandersheep.com, Mehmet Girgiz and Theresa May O’Brien, Karen Page, research thru reading various felting books, and personal experimentation. This is just enough information to get a felter hooked but how you expand it is up to your imagination. I plan to write a more detailed and formal explanation in the near future.
Felt - Willow Mullins
The Felt Belt: History of Felt in the East » Wandering Sheep The Felt Belt Felt making in the East during the SCA period by Halima bint al-Rabii’, modernly known as Lorna Rankin
I was lucky enough to win a giveaway recently. It was an unusual giveaway in that Caroline was looking for a pattern tester for her Solar System felting kit. Playing God
At the end I have designed the color sole for my felted shoes.Now all of my felted slippers can be worn outdoors without the fear of get wet or tear. The body of the shoes is made by me from natural wool, using wet felting technique. The color of sole is Bright Red. Unusually colored soles - Great idea for handmade shoes
felt cafe japan - japanese craft guide this book is a the edition of isbn 9784277563109 animal mascots, with a new cover (above), but the same projects. here's the cover from the former edition, isbn 9784277563109 animal mascots.
Further exploration for my ArtL!nks project. Is more surface detail ever less??? « Clasheen by Nicola Brown You know the saying ‘less is more’ but do you think that the opposite holds and would it be possible to say that ‘more is less’ at times as well??? If ever this were the case the experiments I have been felting this week incorporating mohair might hold true to that principle, I am inclined to have a sneaking liking for them while Carmen is quite unreserved in her horror! Before I start to talk about these pieces let me say that I have also felted a white Icelandic wool and silk vessel (great as a lampshade!) which I have stiffened on the inside with lightly diluted PVA glue. Success!!! Thin felt vessel stiffened on the inside with PVA
Please don't tell me you have a Great Dane !! Seriously though, you can make these pods any size you want. This is a fruit bowl made the same way but with a larger hole. How to make a wet felted pod/vessel using a resist
Making a mug rug using our craft template is an easy project. Mug rug with craft template