published on: 14th May of 2019
and reports on 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.
published on: 22nd August of 2018
to an international felting conference in Sweden, to the »Steampunk verfilzt« show in Buxtehude and the graduation exhibit of the felt academy in Belgium. Let yourself be inspired by such diverse artists as Gudrun Bartenberger-Geyer, Natali Shvets and Yvonne Zoberbier and discover over 200 courses, exhibitions, markets and trips in our enclosed schedule.
published on: 30th May of 2018
European felting renaissance. Further we report from the German-speaking Felt Encounter in Detmold, the exhibit »Gehalten & getragen« (Held & Worn) of the Filz-Netzwerks in Marienmünster and we look back to ten years of advanced training offered by the Filzschule Oberrot.
published on: 19th February of 2018
by-step instructions how a lovely little fox can be needle-felted. Moreover we bring many exciting news in the fields of felting and textile art, reports from the most important events and exhibitions as well as 200 dates for courses and workshops in our time schedule attachment.