published on: 28th November of 2017
and events around the textile art scene, of interesting courses and the history of the Turkmen saddle blankets made from felt. Annette Quentin-Stoll gives instructions how to felt a sitting pad with a chessboard pattern, and Margit Röhm explains how a felted surface becomes smooth by singeing it.
published on: 30th August of 2017
Feltrosa in Nazzano at the Tiber and from the Journées Européennes du Feutre at Felletin. »Filzwalker« (»feltfuller«) Bruno Bujack writes about his work with the orbital sander, and Ricarda Aßmann met a wood turner in Hungary who makes fulling tools that are as beautiful as they are functional.
published on: 30th May of 2017
along on Debbie Zawinski’s adventurous hike on the trail of Scottish sheep races. Our portrait gallery is dedicated this time to the felt artists Barbara Eichhorn from Franconia and Barbara Füreder from Vienna. The filzfun was present at the German-speaking felters’ meeting in Hohebuch and at the Wollefest in Leipzig and we report first-hand!
published on: 13th March of 2017
We invite you to read about interesting exhibitions, workshops und meetings of the international felting and textile art scene: about Judit Pócs‘ show in Kecskemét, Lisa Klakulak’s Strongfelt course in the Austrian Most Quarter as well as the felt symposia Kreatov on the island of Gotland und felt::feutre canada in British Columbia.
published on: 24th November of 2016
The Skygazer project by Sigrid Uta von Graevenitz and the instruction for an atmospheric illuminated object by Ute Strunz can both be a source of inspiration for our reader’s creativity. You can also win an online video workshop by Sophia Wagner including the material for felted slippers.
published on: 29th August of 2016
Go see the exhibition “All Felt or What?” at Castle Nideggen and read about exciting workshops, where felt gets plastic structures and naturalfibers are dyed after your ideas in this issue.
Two felt artists take you on their journeys to Lake Baikal and to Mongolia and they report about their interesting encounters with felters from other culture areas.
Inspirations for own creative ideas can be drawn from book suggestions and an instruction for a shawl with the interesting Synthappret technique.