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Felted bowls

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Inspired by nature, these felt & stitch sea urchin shells range in size from 6 to 20 cm and can be made to order. A collection of them in a bowl looks fantastic!

Inspired by nature, these felt & stitch sea urchin shells range in size from 6 to 20 cm and can be made to order. A collection of them in a bowl looks fantastic!

Poppytalk - The beautiful, the decayed and the handmade: Sharing the Process : Felted Bowls by Hold Handmade

Guest Contributor Post by Heather Smith Jones of Blue Sparrow Press. Welcome to a new column at Poppytalk called Sharing the Process. In these articles you will hear straight from artists how they make their art. Artists are approached by me with tailor-made interviews prompting articulations about their specific processes. Sharing the Process intends to be informative about different art forms, show appreciation to artists, and celebrate the handmade. Enjoy! . . . . . . . handmade felted…

Felt dish. It would fit so well here in the Pacific Northwest! It reminds me of our rocky shores, driftwood, and oysters.

Felt dish. It would fit so well here in the Pacific Northwest! It reminds me of our rocky shores, driftwood, and oysters.

jojoebi designs: How to make simple felt bowls

Hi everyone, I found this easy and colorful tutorial by Jojoebi Designs and wanted to share it with you! Enjoy it! jojoebi designs: How to make simple felt bowls.

Part 5 of my Felting Techniques Series …Resist Felting! How to Wet Felt a Vessel or BowlA FiberArtsy.com TutorialDid you see the other Felting Techniques in...

How to Felt a Bowl, Resist Felting: Part 5 of my Felting Techniques Series …Resist Felting! How to Wet Felt a Vessel or Bowl A FiberArtsy.com Tutorial Did you see the other Felting Techniques in the Series?Part 1 – Basic FeltingPart 2 – Cobweb FeltingPart 3 – …

Knitting Pattern for Felted Yarn Bowl

The Yarn Bowls are so cute! All of your friends will be envious! Because they are made of felted wool they are highly portable. The clasp at the front allows the knitter to pull the yarn through, taming the yarn and keeping it clean, but if you need to change yarn you do not have to cut it. It is also good for working two colors -- you can pull from the top and also out of the small opening in the front. The Small Yarn Bowl requires only 1 skein of yarn of at least 100 yards of super chunky…

Felted Vessel | playfulstitching

Does anyone remember the vessel from way back in March, seen here, that I started during the class with Sharon Costello? I’ve been working on it in bits and pieces, trying to figure out how t…

Book in English: Felted Vessels  Basic Design With Wool - Etsy Canada

Booklet 48 pages ISBN: 9788771705720 Publisher: Books on Demand Published: 23.08.2016 Language: English Color: Yes Size: 21x21 cm 'Felted vessels - basic design with wool fibres' is a detailed introduction to felting. Playing with shapes and colours, felting is a sensual learning proces, where your hands and your mind must work together. The 'thorough guide' will take you gracefully through all the steps of the process, felting a hollow item, leading you to the end result: the richly…

Felted Vessel by Lucy Landry - more interesting info at the link

Does anyone remember the vessel from way back in March, seen here, that I started during the class with Sharon Costello? I’ve been working on it in bits and pieces, trying to figure out how t…

Our friend Jen showed us a new way to play with wool - yipeeee!! Really. If you are at all into making things with wool, you need to try...

Our friend Jen showed us a new way to play with wool - yipeeee!! Really. If you are at all into making things with wool, you need to try this. I have no idea what to call it - I've been googling all kinds of descriptions just to see what all a person could do with this, but I'm not coming up with anything! (ok, I just went and looked again. For a long time. Nothing.) I took pictures as she made a few pieces, and then Eliza got excited about making a photo tutorial, so here is a combination…