Posts Tagged 'felt'

May Fiber Picks!

Opening Reception May 20th, 6-9PM RSVP Textile Arts Center Project Space 505 Carroll St, Brooklyn, NY 11215 TAC Project Space Open Hours Saturday – Thursday (through June 3rd) 11am-9pm Over the last decade, the 50+ artists have shared their resources at

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May Fiber Picks!

Opening Reception May 20th, 6-9PM RSVP Textile Arts Center Project Space 505 Carroll St, Brooklyn, NY 11215 TAC Project Space Open Hours Saturday – Thursday (through June 3rd) 11am-9pm Over the last decade, the 50+ artists have shared their resources at

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SHOP: Stella Melgrati Felted Bowls

These felted bowls are the perfect cozy nests for keeping all your other little treasures.  With an eye for sustainability and a heart for the handmade, Stella Melgrati crochets each bowl by hand then felts them for that warm, fuzzy texture you can’t

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SHOP: Stella Melgrati Felted Bowls

These felted bowls are the perfect cozy nests for keeping all your other little treasures.  With an eye for sustainability and a heart for the handmade, Stella Melgrati crochets each bowl by hand then felts them for that warm, fuzzy texture you can’t

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Gorgeous Felt Baskets

Looking for inspiration on your next felted project? Check out these gorgeous felt baskets by Alder and Co. that are so soft and organic looking. I love how easy the seem to move and fall and how subtle the colors

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Gorgeous Felt Baskets

Looking for inspiration on your next felted project? Check out these gorgeous felt baskets by Alder and Co. that are so soft and organic looking. I love how easy the seem to move and fall and how subtle the colors

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24 Hour Sale! April Classes

It’s finally Spring (though the Winter was very kind to us) and we want you to make something. So, for 24 hours only, running April classes with seats still available are 20% off! Here’s what you can take: 4-Week Courses

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24 Hour Sale! April Classes

It’s finally Spring (though the Winter was very kind to us) and we want you to make something. So, for 24 hours only, running April classes with seats still available are 20% off! Here’s what you can take: 4-Week Courses

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FELT: Mad as a Hatter

LAST CALL FOR FELTING 101! you can make anything! Check out this Tree/tentacle/seaweed dress by Horst Couture!!! Illustration by Sir James Tenniel One of my favorite expressions, “mad as a hatter” has a very unusual origin. Having grown up with

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FELT: Mad as a Hatter

LAST CALL FOR FELTING 101! you can make anything! Check out this Tree/tentacle/seaweed dress by Horst Couture!!! Illustration by Sir James Tenniel One of my favorite expressions, “mad as a hatter” has a very unusual origin. Having grown up with

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Snowed In

As most of you, I stayed snowed in yesterday, after an epic failed attempt to get to work. Biggest snowstorm since 1996, that’s what they say. It was a little bit of a frustrating day since I couldn’t get any

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Snowed In

As most of you, I stayed snowed in yesterday, after an epic failed attempt to get to work. Biggest snowstorm since 1996, that’s what they say. It was a little bit of a frustrating day since I couldn’t get any

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Former TAC Student – Anna Craycroft

Received a surprise email from a former TAC weaving student this past week. Anna Craycroft took Intro to Weaving about a year ago. She was very intent on focusing her energy on understanding drafts and patterns. She briefly described the

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Former TAC Student – Anna Craycroft

Received a surprise email from a former TAC weaving student this past week. Anna Craycroft took Intro to Weaving about a year ago. She was very intent on focusing her energy on understanding drafts and patterns. She briefly described the

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Because Knowledge Is Power!

Wikipedia says: Clothing and textiles have been enormously important throughout human history—so have their materials, production tools and techniques, cultural influences, and social significance. Textiles, defined as felt or spun fibers made into yarn and subsequently netted, looped, knit or woven to make fabrics, appeared in the Middle East during the

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Because Knowledge Is Power!

Wikipedia says: Clothing and textiles have been enormously important throughout human history—so have their materials, production tools and techniques, cultural influences, and social significance. Textiles, defined as felt or spun fibers made into yarn and subsequently netted, looped, knit or woven to make fabrics, appeared in the Middle East during the

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An Artist Grows in England

I love multi-textured and architectural art.  By layering pieces, colors, and different degrees of sheer fabric on top of each other creates new ways of seeing the fabric.  Lindsay Taylor is another individual who understands the principles of layering and

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An Artist Grows in England

I love multi-textured and architectural art.  By layering pieces, colors, and different degrees of sheer fabric on top of each other creates new ways of seeing the fabric.  Lindsay Taylor is another individual who understands the principles of layering and

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Feltastic

When you think about it, felt is an amazing substance. Born from wool, it takes just a little bit of water, beating with reeds, and a ride behind a horse and you have the fabric called felt.  Or, to save

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Feltastic

When you think about it, felt is an amazing substance. Born from wool, it takes just a little bit of water, beating with reeds, and a ride behind a horse and you have the fabric called felt.  Or, to save

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