Back Issue Felt #18

$13.00

 

Felt Magazine

 

Felt Magazine aims to inspire fibre enthusiasts with incredible artist profiles, technical articles, a gallery of creations by different felt artists, and great projects and techniques to try.

 

Techniques include: wet felting; dry felting (including needle felting – by machine or hand); further embellishment using many techniques including hand or machine embroidery.

 

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Felt 18 FB

 

Published December 2017, this great magazine is published each June and December.

 

 

Articles include:

  • Home is where the art is by Sue Hale
  • Above the 26th Parallel by Marijke Tromp
  • Meet the Maker: Robbin Firth
  • Hinterland by Gladys Paulus
  • Shelter – Kirsty Wallace
  • If the shoe fits by Martien van Zuilen
  • Meet the Maker: Val Hornibrook
  • 14th Southern Hemisphere Felt Convergence – Ellen King
  • The Story of Wool – FIGS

 

 

Projects include:

  • Wool Lock Rug by Robbin Firth
  • Cat Cave by Rita Juodkienė
  • Silk Carrier Rods by Sara Quail
  • Cosy Cushion by Jennie Curtis
  • Cracked Earth Vessel by Dawn Edwards
  • Radiant Lampshade by Martien van Zuilen

 

 

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The price includes postage and handling within Australia – International purchasers pay postage at checkout.

 

 

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