Short little felt, natural dyeing and polymer clay update

I've had a very busy but extremely enjoyable few days. Firstly Liga Valg and I headed to Ennis Creative Arts Centre for a wonderful two day polymer clay workshop with fabulous Seattle artist Ronna Sarvas Weltman and then as soon as I arrived home Anita came to stay for two days of intensive felting and natural dyeing! My electricity went late this afternoon and has only just come back so I'm not going to write any more now as I'm tired but here are a few pictures which I hope will keep you happy until the next post! That one will contain the promised info about all my upcoming interntional and Irish workshops.

 

Anita with her first ever naturally printed and dyed felt, two beautiful nuno felt scarves and three flat felt samples. Great job Anita!!!

Undoing one of the scarves, it's always a very exciting moment, will there or won't there be fabulous colour from the inclusions?
One of my sample pieces from the workshop with Ronna, I learnt so much and am now very excited about designing a limited collection to compliment my felt. Ronna was a marvellous instructor, very generous and so knowledgeable, I absolutely ADORE her jewellery!!!
Finally my funky ring, I love it but unfortunately unless I loose some weight it's just a tad too small for the finger I intended to wear it on, 'cest la vie'!
 

 

 

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One thought on “Short little felt, natural dyeing and polymer clay update

  1. Another fabulous book by by these two excellent felters and teachers. There are a lot of felt books out there but few of them actually teach and I think all you have to do is look at the author’s own work to get a real sense of their skill level. These two women are fantastic felters and they set out to actually tell you how they do it, not the vague teasing instructions of most books nor the hideous “anyone can do this in a minute” projects. This book is useful for beginners to advanced felters. I thoroughly enjoyed it and wish more books were like it.

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