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verFilzt Und zugeNäht: Issue 12
1st half 2005

published on: 15th January of 2005

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

verFilzt Und zugeNäht: Issue 11
2nd half 2004

published on: 15th September of 2004

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.

verFilzt Und zugeNäht: Issue 10
1st half 2004

published on: 15th January of 2004

Time to celebrate: Ten FUN issues found already their way to felt interested readers! This »jubilee«-issue offers a versatile mixture as usual: The Black Nose Sheep joins to the others in the »Sheep Gallery«, in the artists'portraits we read about Martina Emig-Karner and Beate Thierling.

verFilzt Und zugeNäht: Issue 09
2nd half 2003

published on: 15th September of 2003

Read about the two artists Ruth Zeiter-Albrecht and Anna Wolf. Barbara Eichhorn tells about her workshop »All about the Hat« and H. Stoffel about a »Wellness Felt Workshop«.

verFilzt Und zugeNäht: Issue 08
1st half 2003

published on: 05th January of 2003

The problems with the lost data is almost resolved, nearly all addresses refound. This issue offers a versatile mixture as usual: In the »Sheep Gallery« we find worth knowing stuff about the Puszta sheep, Renate Maile-Moskowitz designs a felted ram horn mandala.

verFilzt Und zugeNäht: Issue 07
2nd half 2002

published on: 15th September of 2002

This issue's focus is on »felt and therapy«, articles to this are from Heidi Helmhold, István Vidák, Christa Doll and Kathrin Schmitz who present their »bend carpet« for special needs education. Anita Spannagel explains how to produce a Kirghiz shyrdak.

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