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The Base Makes a Difference

In my Monet Challenge blog post this past quarter, I pointed out I had used a Domestic 56 base without pre-felting it. The domestic fiber is coarser than merino, approximately a 29.5 micron compared to a 19 of the merino. 237 more words

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Talking Wool CPD

This month Wools of New Zealand ran its very first Continued Professional Development (CPD) seminar for members of the Society of British International Design (SBID) in London. 230 more words

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Christmas Balls

This last week I bought some empty Christmas ball to fill for an upcoming sale. I am always looking for something a bit different. They are plastic. 112 more words

A Weekend of Felting in Quebec

Our guest artist/author is Cathy Wycliff sharing her experience of
felting at Meech Lake, Quebec, with Fiona Duthie, October 3-5, 2014.

When I heard about the opportunity to felt with Fiona amidst the Fall splendor of Quebec province, I did not hesitate to sign up for this class! 388 more words

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not strictly paper, but

On the recommendation of a loved one – here is a photo of a finished product! Albeit one not related to the paper business and prettying adventure, but I am mighty proud of this blanket. 33 more words

Things To Make You Smile

Podfest

Last week, I traveled to Cathy (Luvswool’s) home to have a “podfest.”

Cathy wanted to try making a small vessel ¬† So, since l have been making pods¬† on and off for months for family I offered to work with her using the method I use from Rosiepink’s Tutorial for Felt Pods… 208 more words

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