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Tallahassee Breezes

Millstone Institute for Preservation turned out to be a great place to spend the weekend. The plantation house is a late 19th century Colonial Revival style with additions by several owners. 105 more words

Smoky Mountain Fiber Arts Festival

One of the fun things about felting (and there are many) is working with color all day long. Today’s students continued to surprise me with new color combinations and everyone went home with creative luxury merino vessels and nuno scarves. 13 more words

March into Making Bags

The March program was presented by our very own “Bag Lady,” Ellen Sakornbut. (Her words, not mine 😊)  She enjoys making bags because they are very functional, and everyone likes and needs bags. 521 more words

Northeast Iowa Weavers And Spinners

Nuno Scarf Workshop in Newbury

My next NUNO FELT SCARF WORKSHOP will be at The Old Chapel Textile Centre in Newbury on

Saturday 5th March 2016.

The centre is the home of the National Needlework Archive and the Country Wife Mural. 10 more words


Joni Cornell of Wrapt in Felt - Bold, Beautiful Nuno Felt

Joni Cornell first discovered felting in the year 2000 while studying at the Steiner School Seminar in Melbourne to become a Steiner teacher.  It was a two year course, and year one involved self-development through arts. 1,030 more words

Felting & Needle Felting

How about more blue to start the year with?

Every time I have a new project I try to learn something new from the process… Or at least I try to teach myself something new. 21 more words


Felt for a Spindle

You may remember that I am getting a new drop spindle http://feltingandfiberstudio.com/2015/12/23/i-am-getting-a-new-drop-spindle/ I couldn’t  decided  on what colours I wanted so I decided to make several pieces of nuno felt with silk throwsters waist on the felt side. 197 more words

Wet Felting