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»The climate is changing«. Fourteen participants of the touring exhibition about the climate change present their works and speak about their wishes and fears. Felt in connection with embroidery of St. Gallen or shibori knitting: Techniques the artists of our portraits discovered for themselves. The

results go from wall hangings over boas to evening dresses. And Gilda Baron shows us how to felt a moonlit lake: Just copy! more

The finals of the competition »Mystery«: It was hard for the jury to choose the best creations which are presented in this issue. Read about international felt artists: The Canadian Andrea Graham, Vilte Kazlauskaite from Lithuania,

Rutsuko Sakata between Japan and Finland, the New Zealander Isla Clark and further artists. more

The climate is changing. That's the title of a felt exhibition that starts in Italy this spring and can also be visited in Germany in July. It illuminates the ecological and social effects of human influence on our environment.
The city of Augsburg opened the Tex-

tile and Industrial Museum »tim« in January – read how everything there is about humans, machines, patterns and fashion. more

Let yourself be inspired by felt works with wool or charming nunofelts. Dyeing wool and fabrics yourself makes for individual results - read in our tutorial how to. Maybe you already used hand-dyed fibres for our competition »Mystery« that has its finals in this

issue. Hopefully you return with an interesting treasure from the »Fibres' Labyrinth«. more

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