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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: 105 more words

Nuno Felting

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. 169 more words

Wet Felting

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 each other while being similar. 162 more words

Wet Felting

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 from an old sack which was thicker than muslin, but thinner than calico (any ideas?). 74 more words

Wet Felting

More nuno felt class.

I taught nuno felt scarves again on Sunday. I wasn’t as good with taking pictures but I will show you what I have.

That’s if for classes for me until mid January. 312 more words

Nuno Felting

Nuno Felt Class

This last Sunday I taught a nuno felt class. I had five students.  They chose their scarf blanks and we started.

I think for a change I took more pictures. 226 more words

Inspired by Georgia O’Keeffe

There’s a wonderful exhibition of Georgia O’Keeffe’s work at Tate Modern at the moment. She is best known for her flower paintings, which are indeed wonderful – you can almost feel the blossoms unfurling before your eyes, the strong lines offset by gorgeously subtle colour gradations. 358 more words

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