Nicola Brown | Nuno felt sample
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Nuno felt sample

Nuno felt sample

Tomorrow is my last session with the parents' group at Carlow VEC. We're going to be working on nuno felt samples so after the last class I brought home some of the wool that the VEC have provided, I just wanted to see how it would react when combined with ponge silk. I'll be bringing a selection of my own supplies and new nuno scarf kits tomorrow also, some of the participants fell in love with the feel of the short fibre merino and want to invest in some for future use at home.

Anyway, here's a picture of the finished sample I laid out this morning, silk side uppermost. I'd actually forgotten how nice it is to experiment with supplies that I don't usually work with! I loved how easily the coarse wool fibres migrated through the silk, it's really quick compared to finer merino and perfect for beginners to get a feel for the nuno technique.

I also love the finished texture of the sample, it would work really well in different colours as a window treatment but it's definitely not soft enough to wear against the skin, for that I'll stick to finer fibres! You can check out some more images of this piece in progress on my Nicola Brown – Clasheen page, the link to bring you there is on the right hand toolbar.

 

 

Nicola Brown
clasheen@gmail.com
3 Comments
  • Carol Wiebe
    Posted at 12:56h, 06 February Reply

    Lovely. I’d wear a wrap that looked like this!

  • Feltsoright
    Posted at 20:51h, 06 February Reply

    That would be lovely made up into a window covering. I really like the color combination, too.

  • Cedar
    Posted at 16:08h, 08 February Reply

    Me too, love the colours and the translucent quality…

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