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.
published on: 29th November of 2019
objects and we learn how Gabriele Hoffmann has re-arranged her life and has found a new zest for life through feltmaking. She shares instructions to felt a spacious and sturdy shopping bag with the filzfun readers. Photos and reports of exhibits that created a lot of attention offer additional inspiration: a work show of the internationally renowned artist Maria Friese, the results of the CraftArtFusion-Project „Wir WOLLEn Papier" by the Austrian artists’ collective wollmodus and the final pieces of the Fit-in-Filz graduates of the Filzschule Oberrot.
published on: 29th August of 2019
The Netherlands. Veltkamp’s spectacular felted wall coverings are not only classy to look at but sound-insulating as well. The third fabulous artist is Bahari from Turkey who designs fabrics, felt, leather and pottery in the Ecoprint technique. Let’s not forget the practical side: Margit Röhm shows how stencils can be enlarged true to scale, and Beate Bossert instructs our readers how merrily whirling wind chimes are made.
published on: 14th May of 2019
the pre-courses and the event in general. And because her HatCap became a big success there, Annemie Koenen tells us in a step-by-step method how to felt this attractive and comfy headgear for every season. Ina Jeromin experimented with Soluvlies for making felted paintings and passes on what she found out.
published on: 27th February of 2019
felt artists in the spring issue of the filzfun once more demonstrate the mind-boggling range of creative possibilities that felt offers.
published on: 30th November of 2018
Susanne Schächter-Heil shares a step-by-step instruction how to wet-felt a nativity scene complete with angels, shepherds and sheep. Apart from that, the winter issue offers a lot of news and interesting facts from the world of textile art and feltmaking: Event reports, exhibition gleanings, shows and courses, information about the Wallis Blacknose Sheep and its wool as well as a wealth of different interesting dates and schedules for all felt enthusiasts.