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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.

verFilzt Und zugeNäht: Issue 06
1st half 2002

published on: 15th January of 2002

FUN is evolving more and more into a central medium of the felt scene: The calendar of events and workshops need constantly more space and a workshop printed in the magazine has positive effects on the demand for it. The Pom-eranian Coarsewool Sheep expands the still small »Sheep Gallery«.

verFilzt Und zugeNäht: Issue 05
2nd half 2001

published on: 15th September of 2001

The FUN raises its image. Starting with this issue the artists' portraits occupy a firm place in the magazine, beginning with the portraits of Mari Nagy and Istvan Vidak. Furthermore a sheep breed and sorts of wool series initiates.

verFilzt Und zugeNäht: Issue 04
1st half 2001

published on: 15th January of 2001

Fuz becomes FUN! After many discussions the old name »verFilzt Und zugeNäht« remains with a new shortcut. In this issue you read about felting with dog wool, European felt art, felting in Switzerland and the Netherlands. We explain what an earthwormhas in common with wool fibres and what is hiding behind the term nuno felt.

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