published on: 18th November of 2022
Meet another wealth of inspirational material in our portrait of Elvira Altdorf, who reports on re-verse clothing, upcycling projects and powerfelting workshops. Last but not least we are glad to present a third tutorial for an atmospheric, lovely hand lantern for the Advent and Christmas season.
published on: 03rd November of 2022
Several creative women have taken up the felting network's exciting challenge of felting green projects without using green wool. We report on their experiences and show the results of their experiments.
published on: 18th May of 2022
As a special extra for filzfun readers, all three artists have prepared step-by-step instructions for a felting project: a wet-felted rose as a brooch, an oversized moth in needle-felting technique as a pendant and a colorful rooster as a doorstop and decorative element for the entrance to the house.
published on: 21st February of 2022
The Dutch felt artist Saar Snoek is especially involved with the underwater wonderworld. Many of her objects are based on the overwhelming forms and colors of maritime organisms. She is much taken by the Nudibranchia, a sea slug, that she fondly calls „Nudis“: colorful sea slugs, similarly differing in shape and coloring as butterflies on land. One of them, a beautiful star sea slug, served as the model for an exceptional brooch, for which Saar Snoek is giving step-by-step instructions.
Next to Saar Snoek we are pleased to introduce two other felt artists: Anna Vidák from Ungarn, who follows in the footsteps of her famous parents Mari Nagy und István Vidák, as well as Galina Blazejewska, a born Russian who lives in Poland now. Both have found their call in life in feltmaking.
published on: 21st November of 2021
published on: 30th August of 2021
Apart from that we show the results of the felting challenge »Filz und Draußen« (Felting Outdoors) and report on the digital Textile Art Berlin with two online exhibits from Yvonne Zoberbier and Sawatou Mouratidou.