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Langley, BC – change of time and a few bundling pictures to whet your appetite!

Langley, BC – change of time and a few bundling pictures to whet your appetite!

Due to many participants travelling in from the islands to participate at the Langley, BC workshop, we have decided to change the class time to start at 10.30 and work through until 17.30. This workshop is almost full now so if you’re interested in joining us do please contact Sharon on 604-916-7633 or 778-298-8545 immediately!

Starting the revealing process!

Starting the revealing process!

Although I haven’t been able to do any felting this past week (booking my flights was fraught with problems and just seemed to take FOREVER!) I was able to do some bundling experiments on cotton and card stock. I picked up a few inexpensive white long sleeved T-shirts in Kilkenny and in addition to these I tied up a well worn and loved over dress (Dawn, it’s OUR dress), another T-shirt and a new throw/tablecloth kind of thing I picked up in Ikea as well as a batch of my cream luggage tags, they’re a heavy card stock.

Unwrapping is always very exciting

Unwrapping is always very exciting

I wanted to see how the different fabrics and card picked up the colour from the various leaves and plant material that I was using. Anyway, the card picked up all the different leaf materials beautifully, the cotton long sleeved Ts picked up the purple from the cotinus leaves and the gold from the onion skins brilliantly (although without very distinct leaf outlines except where the iron water was touching the fabric) without any evidence of the small eucalyptus leaves I used and the throw/tablecloth took the onion skins brilliantly but nothing else very well, interesting!!! It was far too windy to take pictures of the finished pieces today, in fact my mannequin fell over whilst I was trying to get them. Here’re two close up shots though of one of the finished long sleeved T-shirts.

Lovely wavy lines

Lovely wavy lines

Don’t forget that if you are attending the retreat in Lake Tahoe (full) or the workshops in BC (contact Sharon, phone numbers above) and Winnipeg, Canada (please email Margaret) this is something that you can try out in addition to bundling the felt scarves and wraps we make during the classes!!!

Gold tones from the onion skins

Gold tones from the onion skins

Nicola Brown
clasheen@gmail.com
5 Comments
  • Dawn Edwards/Felt So Right
    Posted at 01:15h, 25 July Reply

    I love the pictures that you’ve posted here and I can’t wait to see the dress. I’ll be patient….Will it be ready to show tomorrow? 😉

  • Deborah Allen
    Posted at 14:05h, 25 July Reply

    Great idea for a simple white t-shirt! It turned out lovely!
    x

  • Evgeniya Bobrova
    Posted at 19:38h, 26 July Reply

    Inspiring pictures, beautiful prints!

  • Pauline
    Posted at 17:45h, 13 September Reply

    What is the darkist blue colors

    • Nicola
      Posted at 13:30h, 27 October Reply

      This colour is from a weed I have I my garden

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