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This 60 page tutorial is suitable for beginners who would like to learn how to make felt and also for those who already make felt and are looking for further inspiration and techniques. The step-by-step instructions are illustrated with colour photos and lots of handy hints in 'tip boxes', and it's designed so that you can either follow the project steps exactly to make a variation of our own design that we call 'The Meadow' Or You can create your own original design by following the project steps and using the extra section in each step to guide you. You can make artwork for your own home, and you can make artwork to sell. Felt artwork is a picture or abstract design made with handmade felt and it may be enhanced with embroidery or other surface embellishment. A sewing machine is not essential to creating felted wall art - you can achieve beautiful results using only hand embroidery - or no embroidery at all if you prefer to just let the felt speak for itself. Felt making isn't an expensive hobby - the basic materials are cheap and readily available, you don't need a lot of equipment and 'Creating Felt Artwork' will get you started quickly and easily. We are confident that you will love 'Creating Felt Artwork' but if you are not totally delighted with it please contact us for a fuss-free refund. Sample Feedback: "If anyone wants a clear, no-nonsense, diagram rich guide to wet felting, then this is the book to buy! Thanks again for sharing your knowledge!" G.B. Leicester, England
'rosiepink' is a mother (Lyn) and daughter (Annie) team and we are textile artists. We use traditional wet felt making techniques enhanced by free motion machine embroidery and hand embroidery. ...
'rosiepink' is a mother (Lyn) and daughter (Annie) team and we are textile artists. We use traditional wet felt making techniques enhanced by free motion machine embroidery and hand embroidery.
We have always been creative, experimenting with new ideas and techniques, and our first exhibits went into a gallery in 2008.