Fantastic Felted Vessel

Felted Vessel by Camelia Wogu featured on www.livingfelt.com/blog

What a fantastic use of color and texture! This vessel is truly a work of art! You can see her use of luxury fibers including Tussah Silk, Cocoons and Silk Hankies.

“I was off from work for a total of 5 days. So of course I felted every breathing moment. Experimenting and just having creative fun”

– Camelia Wogu, California

Felted Child’s Outfit in Ocean – Sea Theme

Felted Child's Outfit in Ocean Sea Theme by Ekaterina Tasminskaâ

Felted Child Outfit Hat and Cape in Ocean Sea Theme by Ekaterina Tasminskaâ

This absolutely exquisite child’s outfit including a felted hat and a felted cape
in an ocean-sea theme was created by Ekaterina Tasminskaâ in Moscow, Russia.

Her work is breathtaking, and can be seen on the Russian Master’s site (similar to our etsy).
http://www.livemaster.ru/item/717415-raboty-dlya-detej-morskie-zhiteli

 

Wet and Needle Felted Ocean Scene With Fish

Beautiful Wet and Needle Felted Ocean Scene by Lisa Shanor

Wet and Needle Felted Ocean Scene With Fish

This vibrant and life-like undersea  picture is a wet and needle felted wall hanging by Lisa Shanor of Casper, Wyoming.

She wet felted the base with a Wet Felting Project Batt, then needle felted the details over it with Livng Felt Merino Cross Batts in a variety of blues, True Olive and Meadow Green. Lisa says, “So much fun, it’s like painting with wool!”

This is a beautiful project and we thank you for sharing it with us, Lisa!

–>if you follow our blog or newsletter, you might recall that Lisa felted the picture of a vase of flowers,
and how wonderful the stems looked in the water…brilliant!

Nuno Needle and Wet Felt Lighthouse Shawl

Beautiful Wet Felt Shawl by Lois Lahman

Nuno Needle and Wet Felt Lighthouse Shawl

This gorgeous shawl was felted by Lois Lahman! She made it to resemble the place she grew up- Fire Island, NY. She noted the little red wagon, saying, “It is common practice to use a little red wagon to transport your luggage from the ferries to your beach house, and they are also used to transport groceries from the little market to your vacation house.”

Nuno Needle and Wet Felt Lighthouse Shawl

Lois started this project with a cotton base, then nuno felted several different silksLiving Felt Merino Silk Blend Black Currant, Silk Blend Ocean, Tussah Silk Top White– then needle felted the various decorations onto it. She also included bead work, quilt stitching, and embroidery to finish this magnificent shawl.

Thank you for sharing this wonderful piece with us, Lois! We hope to see your name many more times!