The sky was stunning over Clasheen this morning, a good omen I think for the exciting journey great friend Dawn Edwards and I have just embarked on!!! Last night the inspirational Elis Vermeulen and Cynthia Reynolds handed over the reins of FeltUnited to Dawn and me, whew, it’s a BIG responsibility. We hope to continue their amazing work uniting felters around the world, please bear with us while we catch our breath and get our feet on solid ground!
Early morning sky at Clasheen
Check out Elis’s wonderful video and last post on the FeltUnited website, we say thanks again and wish her and Cynthia a very happy and creative retirement!!!
The weather was appalling at the weekend, very wet and windy, definitely not the perfect conditions for capturing photos outside. I did manage to take a couple of pics of the little rosehip inspired vessel I made my mother for her birthday so here it is. Apologies if the exposure isn’t the best, I ran outside when it was only drizzling and not totally lashing as we say here in Ireland!
Little red vessel
I also thought that the colour was appropriate given that this weekend celebrated ‘Felt United’, the third international day of felt and the colours for this year were red, blue and purple.