published on: 12th May of 2021
used to dye fibers and fabrics. In a step-by step instruction Dina Elmani-Zanka www.filzreich.at shows us how to make her funny crayon monsters, an ideal present or accessory for a kid’s school bag. Because in Corona times no classes can be held like before many lecturers have resorted to offering online courses for the time being. Dagmar Binder www.textillabor.de and Susanne Schächter-Heil www.wollwerkerin.de tell us about their overall favorable experiences with digital teaching.
published on: 22nd February of 2021
how the felted cover for a meditation cushion is made. Meike Raßbach reports on two interesting workshops held by Charlotte Sehmisch and Heidi Greb and we keep you informed about the first international feltmakers‘ meeting online with more than 260 participants worldwide, organized by Corinna Nitschmann.
published on: 24th August of 2020
offer 4 instructions to work on at home: a noble reversible shawl in nuno felt technique by Elvira Altdorf, an enchanting pin cushion with a miniature landscape by Roz Dace and Judy Balchin from a new Needle Felt book, an extravagant little bag by Sayaka Ono and leads how to paint with water colors on felt by Ricarda Aßmann.
published on: 09th June of 2020
place without spectators for the first time due to the pandemic. Irene Reinhardt combines the ancient felting handicraft with modern technical equipment and und engraves texts onto felt by means of a laser cutter. And for all who want to felt their own personal dream house in the times of the Corona virus Delia Grimm shares a step-by-step instruction for tiny felted palaces of individual character.
published on: 27th February of 2020
(Quiet Waters) by Sabine Reichert-Kassube and Yvonne Zoberbier at the Textile Art Berlin, Gefilztes (Felted Things) by Meike Raßbach in Berlin as well as In Hülle und Fülle (A Great Wealth) by Barbara Eichhorn, Maria Weber and Barbara Westerath. As a special highlight we would like to share two step-by-step instructions: one for a mottled scarf with fringes by Jenny Hill, the other for a decorative relief bowl by Mascha Schreiber.