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My sister requested a table runner for her Christmas present and this morning I decided to use up some of the left over prefelts to create a mosaic style mat.  The prefelts were felted from chocolate, turquoise and natural coloured Icelandic wool and my first...

This morning my four and a half year old niece and I sat down to create her first piece of flat felt!  [caption id="attachment_1322" align="alignleft" width="300" caption="Working directly on the wet felt"][/caption] I had brought two large bags of Icelandic wool with me (the same wool as I...

I have had a very busy day today rushing around the place and packaging orders but at last I have some time to rush off a quick post.  Tomorrow is going to be another tidying up and destashing day in preparation for my first Winter workshops...

With the studio to tidy, wool to unpack, kits to prepare and other sundry orginisational chores to get through today it was a toss up this morning to know exactly which task to get stuck into first.  As soon as I started unpacking the wool it became...

[caption id="attachment_555" align="alignleft" width="225" caption="Margaret's natural felt vessel"][/caption] Here are the images as promised of the beautiful felt vessels that Margaret and Bridann made with me at the beginners felt workshop on Saturday.  Because they had learned how to make a piece of flat felt in...

[caption id="attachment_437" align="alignleft" width="500" caption="A happy group of felters!"][/caption] At last my internet connection is working again and I can show you the beautiful results of our first rug making workshop with Mehmet Girgic.  We spent a fantastic weekend working and learning the Osman technique and I...

One of the blogs that I regularly follow is Jo-Anne Carter's 'The Carter Clan'.  Jo-Anne is running a great surprise give away and has cleverly linked it in to a challenge running on the  'A Hole in the Basket Primatives' blog.  Well, I know that...