Soil (Re)Cycling Exhibition, Christchurch NZ
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2y ago
  Soil (Re)Cycling Art Exhibition: A World Soils day event Eastside Gallery, Linwood Arts, 388 Worcester St, Christchurch.  30 Nov- 18 Dec 2021. Soil is vital to life on Earth. The soil’s role in recycling nutrients, and wastes, is an important part of sustaining life on Earth, providing renewal and new growth, in the dance between life and death.  .                                  RIMU-ROOT Juergen Esperschuetz. Reclaimed rimu with soil in resin. DUST TO DUST, Allan Hewitt Acrylic on Ca ..read more
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Canberra Feltmakers Quirky Puppet Show
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2y ago
Puppets made by Canberra Region Feltmakers have come alive!  Visit the Photographic Exhibition and Mini Movie Cinema Please feel free to share this link.  See more at: https://canfelt.org.au ..read more
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Hat Blocks
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2y ago
 Barry Harding is retiring from his woodcraft work and has asked me to continue to provide the same service to all the people that require wooden hat blocks.  He has asked me to convey to all those craft people who have ordered hat blocks over the years a huge thank you and to wish them many more years of hat making. My name is Paul Dangerfield and I live at 7 Spinnaker Drive, Flagstaff, Hamilton 3210.  My email address is pedangerfield@gmail.com and phone numbers are 07 853 2259 and 027 453 8690. I will try and provide the same good services as Barry has.  My cha ..read more
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Canberra Region Feltmakers, Canfeltalong, Virtual Exhibition
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2y ago
  Exhibition open A huge array of fabulous hand-made felted jewellery is on display in the virtual world. There are three ways you can see the wonderful work that has been produced by felt makers who took part in the Canfelt Along for Convergence: a promotional video, virtual gallery and Pinterest board. In the  promotional video you can catch a glimpse of some of the works in the exhibition plus there is some information about the Canfelt Along. The virtual gallery is a curated selection of 58 photographs highlighting quality work from fe ..read more
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Dagmar Binder Online workshops
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2y ago
 Dear felt lovers, due to high interest for the workshop series 3 collars – 3 felting techniques there will be new online courses available in fall / winter 2021. Many of you have already reserved a spot and received enrolment details today. There is a few places left, 2 in English, 3 in German for the full package of 3 workshops, and some for single courses. If you still like to participate, don't hesitate to contact me. Find attached detailed PDF information about the courses and the online concept in general. In my online concept I combine live hours via zoom with videos and ..read more
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CANFELT ALONG FOR CONVERGENCE
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2y ago
  We are excited to bring you this new concept combining fun, a little mystery, some novel felting techniques and the opportunity to display your work in an exhibition. Here is a chance to try something a little different. How does it work? Each week, for one month, you will be sent clues by different feltmakers for making wild and wacky beads (or at least small felted objects that can hang from a string) for a necklace. The clues will include short videos demonstrating techniques or written notes and photos. You will be able to ask questions if anything needs extra explain ..read more
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Felting workshops 2021 with Bernice Mitchell
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3y ago
 Hi everyone, I have been flat out with our Taranaki Fibreworks Exhibition lately plus other things, but I plan to offer some workshops in 2021, perhaps march to May, here in Taranaki.  We have a great venue at Eltham Presbyterian Campsite,  offering both accommodation and large hall, where we've run several workshops before. I hoped to have everything sorted to post about workshops now but family happenings have come up (such as Napier flooding of my daughter's property) so I can't put the full info yet, but I thought I'd put some things out there to see if people are intereste ..read more
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Lockdown and We Will Remember Them
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4y ago
here's a net scarf I tried, it was fun to create, very stretchy as you can see and versatile! also as it's ANZAC day I was going to make a poppy or two and then I remembered the red and black flowers I'd tried to make for a cushion many many years ago, when i wasn't as experienced. They were too floppy so I pulled them out and thought, they'd be appropriate to put in my window, then Thought, actually I'll give them a bit of hot, hard work fulling and strengthen them up a bit. She here they are, and I popped them in my workroom window which faces the street. A great uncle of mine died in WW2 an ..read more
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Lockdown Wall Hanging
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4y ago
Many of us are happily using our new 'free time' to explore our craft and also finish projects previously started. Here is a beautiful wall hanging by Kathy Love, which she started at our  Wellington Area Felting Retreat in Waikanae in February Please send me photos you would be happy to share on our blog,  happy felting ..read more
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Creating whilst in Lockdown
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4y ago
Hi Felty friends i sent an email out to all on our NZ Felting Interest group to send photos of what they were making while in Home detention and our very first one arrived back IMMEDIATELY! It's good to keep lighthearted whilst maintaining the best procedures in this serious situation. Here's Susan Shand's COVI in Incubation ..read more
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