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One of our readers' favorite article: The detailed report about »copyright and artsanry« by Ulrike Bogdan.
In it you find answers on questions as: »What am I allowed to do and what is forbidden? Which things do I have to

keep in mind as an artist, artisan and teacher?« or »How can I protect my products against copycats?« more



FUN no. 15, the last issue realized by Beate Bossert. The content is about the third part of the journey to Kyrgyzstan, the 11th German-speaking Felters' Gathering in Hohebuch and in the shhep gallery the long wool Wensleydale sheep is presented. In South Tyrol

the 5th International Felters' Gathering took place with it a review in detail with impressions of the particular workshops. more



We present the second part of our journey to Kyrgyztan, and portrait the artists Ulrike von Kutzleben and Ruth Bucci Baumer as well as the life of a »felt engineer«: Bruno Bujack from

Düsseldorf, Germany. Focus of this issue is needle felting. more



There is an extensive report about the 10th German-speaking Felters' Gathering as a cheerful jubilee celebration in Fehman - an island in the Baltic Sea, the begin of a threepart travelogue about Kyrgyzstan by Annemie Koenen

and the 4th International Felters' Gathering in South Tyrol. more



A very special and big event with around 200 participants was the world felters' gathering in Hungary that finds its apting space in this issue. Beate Bossert writes about the German »Filznetzwerk (Feltnetwork)« and its goal to connect felters. And there

are portraits of six artists: Judit Pocs, Joanne Circle, Margarete Warth, Tina Dix, Doris Spanowski und Margret Riedl. more



FUN shows its colours and says goodbye to a pure black and white magazine to be able to show the colourfulworld of felting. In the artists' portraits we learn about Julie Herberger-

Dittrich and Barbara Maier. more



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