Ready for some felt-love?
First up was a bracelet kit I had purchased in Houston. I made it primarily to use as a sample at the shop, since I placed a substantial order with the company. This is a teaser-- you will go bananas when you see it all arrive.
After that, I pulled out some green felted wool fabric, and wrapped it around some cardboard cylinders that I happened to have around.
And what is that little animal you may be asking???
That little puppy is a needle felted dog!
Finally, do you remember the time when I started to knit a sweater and then had to stop because I couldn't buy any more wool to finish it? Well, I did NOT rip out the sleeve that I had knitted. Instead, I have turned it into a purse.
I decided to use this lovely turquoise silk to line it, also adding an iron on interfacing to give it a bit more body. The lining is definitely necessary so that the bag does not stretch all out of shape>
I love it! It is by Sang Woo company, and it is Detachable!! Yes, you can buy one handle and use it interchangeably on more than one bag. Brilliant!
Even though I am now home, I have some nice memories, and now for some wonderful quilts, the photo of the quilt should be followed by the n...
Well it would appear that I'm not quite as punctual about blog writing as I'd hoped to be. I'm going to blame the learning curv...
for the past few weeks I have been mostly working away on my Millefiore Quilt, this is what I've got up on my design wall, I w...
Being a quilter presents itself with all kinds of opportunities. Today I'm happy to blog about Periwinkle's opportunity to support ...
As the title today declares, I am making some progress with my English Paper Piecing project from the book The New Hexagon, by Katja Marek. ...