'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.
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Step-By-Step Visual Guide
Wet Felting: How To Make 3D Felt Vessels Using Flat Resists
Please visit our blog to find out more about us: www.rosiepink.typepad.co.uk
'Wet Felting: How To Make 3D Felt Vessels Using Flat Resists' is an ebook (pdf format) written by us, Annie and Lyn, and it's packed with clear explanations and over 200 colour photos.
It's suitable for beginners and experienced felt makers alike who want to learn about felting with resists.
Note to sellers of handmade goods:
Whatever felt items you make, following the instructions in these tutorials, you are free to sell.
Felting with a resist will produce a seamless, hollow shape and in this visual book we show how to use three of the most common methods of felt making with a flat resist - with it fully enclosed, one-end open and two-end open. Each step in each tutorial is fully explained enabling you to make the vessel as shown, or by using your own colours and artistic flair you will be able to make many unique beautiful vessels.
Our standard 'Basic Information and Techniques' section will be included with all rosiepink felting pdfs 2013 onwards. It contains very useful stuff about:
Merino wool tops; Suppliers; How to set up a work area; How to separate a length of wool top and how to pull off a tuft of fibres; How to blend wool; How to place tufts of wool when making a piece of felt; How to make up soapy water; How to net fibres over, wet down, remove excess water, apply soap, rub and lift the net; How to create an organic, fine wavy edge to felt; How to create a defined edge to felt; How to use a bamboo rolling mat; What is fulling and how much will the felt shrink?; How to warm up your felt during fulling; How to make pre-felt; How to make a simple drying rack.
The step-by-step projects are:
Plant pot cover and key dish (with additional project Twin Pots); Ornamental Pot (with additional project Spiky Pot); Simple Felt Sculpture.
You will need a PDF reader to open the file and these are widely available at no cost. Most people will already have one on their computer, but if you don't, you can download the very popular Adobe PDF Reader - go to adobe.com for a free download.
We are confident that you will love 'Wet Felting: How To Make 3D Felt Vessels Using Flat Resists' but if you are not totally delighted with it please contact us for a fuss-free refund.
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