Tag Archives: wet felting

hooked on felt

Recently I took a workshop in making felted sculpture from Andrea Graham, a renowned fiber artist in contemporary art and media. When I found out that she is teaching at Opulent Fiber, I signed up for two of her workshops. The workshops covered techniques on … Continue reading

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surface design through felting

I had not heard the term surface design until I had been felting for some period of time.  I would occasionally hear it mentioned, on felting groups and forum. Curiosity finally got the best of me, so I started to research what it … Continue reading

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hat felting workshop

I’d just finished taking a hat felting class with the accomplished fiber artist, Judith Colvin from Montana. She is a wonderful teacher for someone like me who is a beginner in felting. She is patience and generous in sharing her experiences and notes with us … Continue reading

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jump start your holidays

Are you ready for the holidays?  I hope this silk scarf of poinsettias will get you into the holiday spirit. This is one of my favorite! I made these scarves for display at the Christmas shoppe in the gallery.  To attract … Continue reading

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’tis the season of joy, fa la la’

Deck the halls with boughs of holly, fa la la la…a little bit of Christmas fun and festivities! It’s the time of the year for celebrations, family gatherings, giving and receiving gifts during this holiday season. Over the years, Christmas … Continue reading

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felting, a pretty foursome

  Felting is a process of transforming wool into a thick cloth by binding and shrinking the fibers together with water and soap. This process required quite a bit of elbow grease to rub and roll the wool fibers several … Continue reading

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felting, inspired by flowers

  I have drafts from past projects that are sitting in my blog waiting for me to get around to publishing it. Today is a good time, as I was woken up at 3 this morning by our cat’s cry … Continue reading

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felting, inspired by earthenware

I am fascinated with Japanese pottery and tableware, particularly in this lovely bowl.  It portrays four branches bearing white cherry blossoms, with a light blue background that creates a cloud like ambiance. The branches seems to be bending towards the … Continue reading

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