Felt and Stitch Phone Cover
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by lynannierosie2
18h ago
Lyn For this quarter’s challenge I made a cover for my phone because it was embarrassed to be seen in its temporary cover – an old trainer sock. I put down 4 fine layers of white merino wool then rolled it until it became very firm pre-felt.   Inlays from a scrap project were placed on it to make the design for the front and back of the phone cover.  I then rubbed the felt from the back, so as not... Read More Read More ..read more
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Adventures in colour (Part 1).
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by helenefeltzen
3d ago
Ions ago, I purchased all the bits and pieces that I needed for acid dyeing.  I never lost my enthusiasm for it (in principle!).  I listened to my textile friends waxing lyrical about dyeing. If I am to be perfectly honest here, I lacked both the knowledge and the confidence to try it.  So when I came across a dyeing course which was being run over the four Tuesdays in November, well, I didn’t have to think twice, I immediately... Read More Read More ..read more
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FANTASTIC FUNGI
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by frabjousfabrica
4d ago
I don’t know if any of you are fantasy fiction fiends.  Some years ago now I read the first of a trilogy by Alan Dean Foster, called Spell Singer.  It was about a man in the 1960/70s who managed to slip through time/space to a different dimension of our world in which animals wore clothes and talked (including Mudge, the man-sized otter with a foul mouth!)  So why am I mentioning this?  Well part of the story took place in... Read More Read More ..read more
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Square #16 OVWSG Tapestry project and Template Transfer method
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by Jan
6d ago
As Ann told you the local guild, (OVWSG) is having our 75th anniversary this year. No, I have not been here the hold time! Although sometimes it seems like I may have been.  Unfortunately, I have been run off my feet getting my hubbies and my feet to all the Doctors and rehab appointments. Today was a OT, SLP, drop off forms at the Family Doctor and then on to the Neurologist and her nurse. We are final home again... Read More Read More ..read more
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Working on my Tapestry Piece
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by Shepherdessann
1w ago
The guild I belong to is 75 years old this year. One thing we are doing to celebrate is a group tapestry. We have a picture of our Parlement Buildings in the autumn, divided it into 24 pieces and 24 members are doing one square each, in whatever technique they would like. The picture is heavily pixelated to blur it and make it easy for people to use different techniques. They are due March 4 2024. I thought I better... Read More Read More ..read more
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Tips for Taking Photos of Your Fibre Artwork
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by ruthlane
1w ago
This is a guest post by Dani D. Thanks Dani for your photography expertise! Part 1 of 3: Telling the story Hi! I’m Dani and this is my first post here, though 2024 marks my 20th (!!) year of blogging. I started blogging about raising my family, and then about photography. Now that my kids have grown up, I’ve moved my bloggy thoughts to a new home at Curious Crone, so feel free to come visit me there some time. ... Read More Read More ..read more
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Valentine hearts.
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by mariees26
1w ago
Valentine’s Day is almost here, and many a lovesick young man or woman will be in agonies deciding whether to buy, or make, a love token or two for their heart’s desire. Or, will they wonder if all that effort infused with such emotion, will be appreciated or even reciprocated? No? Yes? Too much drama? Stick with some tasty snacks, yummy chocolates and a lovely bottle of red to enjoy on my own? That will be me then! Anyway. I... Read More Read More ..read more
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Going to the museum to get the creative juices flowing
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by Leonor
2w ago
Are you subscribed to your nearest city’s event newsletter? If you’re not and crave more cultural things to do, it’s a must. I recently got on board with Forever Edinburgh to be in the know about interesting things happening, and was happy to know about a Turner exhibition going on at the Royal Scottish Academy. Every month of January since 1901, the famous Turner watercolours bequeathed by Henry Vaughan are put on display to be admired by everyone for free,... Read More Read More ..read more
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Moose bag 3 as a take along project
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by Jan
2w ago
I wound up spending more time working on moose bag #3 over the last couple of weeks than I had anticipated. My hubby woke up not feeling right, and we quickly wound up in emergency. As I ran out the door I had grabbed the moose bag, and my audiobook player, (an emergency to us, can be subjective to the hospital staff who assess your emergency), but this time he was quickly seen. After a quick trip to the magic... Read More Read More ..read more
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Colour Palate in a Box.
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by Shepherdessann
2w ago
I often work on the needle felting part of a project at home or at the guild.  I end up with bags of possible fibres I might need and they usually hang around longer than the project. Every once and a while I have to gather them up and return all the wool to my studio. Then start again for the next thing I am working on. As you know I tend to work smaller, postcard and trading card sort... Read More Read More ..read more
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