Here you find an overview of all FUN issues. Click on the cover to see more!
The graphic, unadorned cover motif in springlike green shades was crafted by the Hungarian felt artist Anikó Boros. We are pleased to introduce the creator of this bag with felted-in pebbles in the spring issue of the filzfun, as well as the Austrian Doris Breuer who designs extravagant felt fashion and images from wool, and Anja Schrik from the Netherlands who shares with us one of her dyeing recipes with natural materials. Helga Steegborn gives step-
by-step instructions how a lovely little fox can be needle-felted. Moreover we bring many exciting news in the fields of felting and textile art, reports from the most important events and exhibitions as well as 200 dates for courses and workshops in our time schedule attachment. → more
A felt collar made by the Basque artist Kris Meraki is the cover of this year’s filzfun winter issue, in which we also would like to introduce other creative feltmakers: Nicole Maushake, who felts imaginative hunting trophies, Merja Markkula, who has turned artist after her career as a scientist, as well as Gabriele Bernards, who supports, amongst others, refugee children through her work. Additionally, you will hear from the most important exhibits
and events around the textile art scene, of interesting courses and the history of the Turkmen saddle blankets made from felt. Annette Quentin-Stoll gives instructions how to felt a sitting pad with a chessboard pattern, and Margit Röhm explains how a felted surface becomes smooth by singeing it. → more
The filzfun fall issue covers themes from the Allgäu to New Zealand: Kerstin Waizenegger explains how she makes comfy sitting furs from the raw wool of Allgäu sheep. At the other end of the world, Susan and Sabin Imhasly felt under their label Twinfelt. We are pleased to introduce you to Silke Sordyl’s enchanted world of trolls and report from important felting and textile art events here and abroad, amongst others from the Textile Art Berlin, of
Feltrosa in Nazzano at the Tiber and from the Journées Européennes du Feutre at Felletin. »Filzwalker« (»feltfuller«) Bruno Bujack writes about his work with the orbital sander, and Ricarda Aßmann met a wood turner in Hungary who makes fulling tools that are as beautiful as they are functional.→ more
Felt art as an inspiration for your own projects, reports from the textile art scene, tips for courses, workshops, exhibitions and other events as well as an exclusive instruction by Katrin Schulz how to felt a romantic »school cornet« for a kid’s first day at school – the summer issue of the filzfun offers again a diversified, exciting mixture of different themes around felting. We are pleased to present the breathtaking work of Kira Outembetova, we are pleased to show photos from »Sea States«, a great exhibit by Fiona Duthie and Yekaterina Mokeyeva and we are going to take you
along on Debbie Zawinski’s adventurous hike on the trail of Scottish sheep races. Our portrait gallery is dedicated this time to the felt artists Barbara Eichhorn from Franconia and Barbara Füreder from Vienna. The filzfun was present at the German-speaking felters’ meeting in Hohebuch and at the Wollefest in Leipzig and we report first-hand!→ more
Merry and colorful spring themes await you in the current issue of the filzfun: a.o. brightly-colored objects by the British duo Rosiepink, Terese Cato’s wool sculptures with their expressive faces and gossamer fairy wings made by Yasmin Groß. Felt a table runner whereon croci blossom in different colors with the help of our step-by-step instructions or accompany pupils from Düsseldorf on an exhibition to planet Felt together with us.
We invite you to read about interesting exhibitions, workshops und meetings of the international felting and textile art scene: about Judit Pócs‘ show in Kecskemét, Lisa Klakulak’s Strongfelt course in the Austrian Most Quarter as well as the felt symposia Kreatov on the island of Gotland und felt::feutre canada in British Columbia.→ more
The world of felting and textile art is more vital than ever: Which is reflected in this issue of the filzfun with reports about the first member exhibition of the felt-network (www.filznetzwerk.de), of the Soul of Felt, of the Textile Art Berlin and many more events about felting and wool; it is also reflected with the portraits of creative felt artists as well as in reports about workshops, projects and new meetings in the following year.