Felting Mixed Media – Felter’s Eye Candy!

Hand-made felt incorporated with knitting, crochet, beading, metal work and other art forms is wonderful to see & share! We hope you enjoy this sampling from a variety of talented artists.

Angelina Pronina Felt Shawl with Crochet Mixed Media on www.livingfelt.co/blog
In this stylish and elegant felt shawl, Angelina Pronina combines felting with crochet
for a one of a kind work of wearable art. This pic from her etsy shop: ProninA Designs

Ingridi Kasitooblogi Felt Aquarium Mixed Media www.livingfelt.com/blog

Ingridi Kasitooblogi Felt Aquarium Mixed Media


This beautiful work by Ingridi Käsitööblogi was an exploration and adventure.

She was working on an art challenge and chose the theme “Aqua” when the inspiration came
to create coral reefs. She began with crocheting, and later decided on an oval shaped felted bag.
We love the incorporation of hand-stitching and beading as well.

Ingridi Kasitooblogi Felt Aquarium Mixed Media www.livingfelt.com/blog

Ingridi Kasitooblogi Felt Aquarium Mixed Media

Ingridi is in Estonia and her blog requires translation, and we did not find much more felt work there, but she is a talented artist indeed. You can see more of her work here:  http://ingridisetegija.blogspot.com/

 

Chad Alice Hagen Felt Brooches, Mixed Media from www.livingfelt.com/blog

Chad Alice Hagen Felt Brooches, Mixed Media

Great inspiration from well-known feltmaker, teacher and author Chad Alice Hagen.

These little brooches are each a work of art in themselves. We love how
the variations in the color of the felt coincide with the stitching and beadwork.
BTW – this pic actually came from the Bead Lust Blog, she purchased these from Chad
~ we recommend any of Chad’s books!

You can see & buy her work on etsy: https://www.etsy.com/shop/ChadAliceHagen
of Follow Chad on facebook

Jackie Cardy Textiles Mixed Media Felt Stitch  www.livingfelt.com/blog

Jackie Cardy Textiles Mixed Media Felt

This gorgeous felt with with stitching and embroidery is by Jacke Cardy…wow!
Follow her on facebook: https://www.facebook.com/jackiecardytextiles

Sara Aires Felt Beads Crochet  on www.livingfelt.com/blog

Sara Aires Mixed Media Felt Beads with Crochet and beadwork

Sara Aires says she studied sculpture but does not practice it; instead she loves mixing up
different crafting techniques – like in these wonderful felt baubles with crochet and bead work.

Visit her etsy shop: https://www.etsy.com/ch-en/shop/saraaire

Felted Necklace — A Perfect Gift!

A lovely woodland felt necklace by Helen Wilby, Carmel Valley, CA

My peace felt partner is from Michigan so I made her this necklace. I made it of merino wool in woodland colors since I think of woods when I think of Michigan, and I love the peacefulness of all the trees growing when you walk through the woods.

In between the felt beads are little stones of Kambaba jasper which is supposed to soothe nerves and ease the wearer’s mental state. It is believed to bring balance and relaxation, and like all jaspers, it is a stone of protection and grounding.
It was made with love – so when it is worn it should feel like a hug from the universe.

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This is a wonderful and elegant felt necklace by Tatiana of Latvia.

 “I’ve been needle felting for about two years and the more I do the more I like it :). I love receiving positive feedback from my Etsy customers, it is very motivational and inspiring to see that my creations can be found all over the world. I hope that someday, I will have time for larger and more demanding projects and will be able to hold my own exhibition.

See More from Tatiana

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Cecilia Ho designed this felt bead “bib” style necklace as her first wet felted adventure, and now she makes new ones as one-of-a-kind creations. This design ranked 11 worldwide out of 1138 WOOL LOOKs at the AWI Woolmark Company of Australia’s Find “Fashion By Feelings” competition at the end! (http://www.fashionbyfeelings.com/?source=fb&look=416#/look/416)

See More from Cecilia

Elegant and Unique Felted Jewelry – by Liz Smith

This is a wonderful flower-like brooch by  Liz Smith of Lowell, MA

They come in many fabulous color ways — we love the texture and the nest-like qualities!

Liz creates in paper, hand-made felt and polymer clay. She was even featured
on Martha Stewart for her polymer  Easter eggs.

At just $14, these lovely felted rings are a great accessory and gift!
Maybe your Mom, Sister or a girlfriend  would like one, and one for you too! 🙂

More from Liz