It looks simple, and it is… except for the complicated parts. Make two-toned prefelt. Insert tiny glass marbles & secure with rubber bands. Needle-felt over base. Wet-felt. Needle-felt openings over marbles. Pop marbles out. Wet-felt again. Needle-felt again. See… nothing to it! 😉 *For reference, the marbles are 1/2″ diameter.
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During my first wet-felting course a couple of years ago, my instructor squirted dish soap in a sprayer filled with hot water and sent us to work. I wasn’t even paying attention so I have no idea how much soap she used. What I know now is, through trial and error, olive oil soap is […]
This week I had an incredible educating experience from one of my felting heroes, Andrea Graham. Andrea offers a web-chat workshop from her home studio in Kingston Ontario, a 7 hour course split over 2 days. As someone eager to elevate my work to a higher level, the fee for her course was well worth […]