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Wet Felted Silk Flower Brooches

Wet Felted Silk Flower Brooches

Handmade Brooches - sold in these pairs so that you can keep one and gift one! Ideal for adorning that favourite hat, bag, scarf or the lapel of a lovey coat! Each pair is £22 including postage to UK - please enquire for rest of world postage rates.Each one is wet...

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Nuno Felted Tunic – part 3

Nuno Felted Tunic – part 3

Nuno felted tunic - part 3 During Spring Fling At Home week I am sharing an experimental piece which is intended to be a reversible tunic! Very 'bo-ho' in style it has the most amazing colours and my style of free stitching (never in a straight line!) really adds to...

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Nuno Felted Tunic – part 2

Nuno Felted Tunic – part 2

   Tunic part 2!During the Spring Fling At Home week I am sharing an ongoing project I'm expreimenting with! Yesterday I nuno felted some pre painted silk which is on the previous blog post and today I dipped into my archives of silk to find some rather lovely offcuts...

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Nuno felted tunic

Nuno felted tunic

 During this Spring Fling At Home week I am aiming to share daily work from my studio!Today, I am upcycling some silk kindly gifted to me by a friend. Nuno in Japanese means cloth and to nuno felt means to bond loose wool fibres onto fabric, such as silk, creating a...

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Nuno felted scarves

Nuno felted scarves

This is a new collection of nuno felted scarves. I have hand dyes the habitai silks using French batik dyes and then used merino fibre and silk threads, mulberry silks and silk hankies to felt one side. This gives a double sided effect. Each scarf has its own flower...

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Nuno Workshop 20.01.2020

Nuno Workshop 20.01.2020

Today, I spent a wonderful time with Deborah and Jacqueline teaching nuno felted scarves. These ladies had not wet felted before and wanted to jump straight into the challenge! Well done both of you for making these wonderful creations. We hand dyed the silk using a...

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