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In summer there were great felt events: Exhibitions like »FilzFalt« or »Flying curtains and worlds' garments; big felters' gatherings in Italy (»Feltrosa«) and France (»Felletin«). The artists Dagmar Binder and Karen Betty Tobias

tell about the impressions of their (felt-)journeys to Brazil and Korea. more

Portraits and works by Angelika Wolk-Gerche, Petra Klischat and Stefanie Buss. We proudly present the article about art therapy by Inge Evers. Valuable information about the high-quality material silk gives us

Renate Maile-Moskowitz. Go on with the »Masters' Thread Tracks«! more

FUN now on 60 pages! Look forward to the portrait of the genious Jorie Johnson, Heike Reul's gorgeous robes, Dagmar Binders authentic works, Ewa Kuniczak's colourful objects and Birgit Nurtsch's proposals how to become an

Aphrodite! We make a visit at the studio »FaserArt« and a carding factory. more

»Blogging and net marketing« Part 3: Flickr. Applied examples how effective felt can be used in therapy by Petra Kunz. Portriats: Lisa Klakulak, Barbara Schuster, Barbara Gerstner and Angela Ege. Works by Christiane Grüten and

Tatjana Seehoff. Sara Lechner provides insight into her new book. more

Part two of our series »Blogging and net marketing«: You learn how to create your personal blog. Practical tips and tricks will help you to design it creatively and how you wish and need it. Jump into the world of blogging and use that versatile medium to compare

notes with other artists and to network. A further special topic is the well-founded article »There is a felt against every illness« by Petra Kunz. more

The significance of felt in the world of fashion rises. International recognized designers integrate felting techniques in their works that appear elaborate and exciting. So you can find felt works on the catwalks by designers like

Issey Miyake (Japan), Yoji Yamamoto (Japan), John Galliano (UK) and Vivienne Westwood (UK). more