published on: 03rd March of 2015
Did you know that mermaids are not to be envied and flowers can be a lovelybasic material for clothes? We also cover a textile journey to Kyrgyzstan and individual hand-woven bag designs made of recycled plastic bags. We combined a colorful range of topics, with exciting reports, an instruction for the felting of a bird jewel case, and book reviews into bouquet of spring flowers.
published on: 26th November of 2014
published on: 26th August of 2014
Exhibition reports, events and workshop insights show how versatile felting is and inspire to new ideas. Set oution the trail of the Kurdish felt vests Ferendji and a look over the shoulder of teens that found felt to be a medium of their very own personality development. An exciting surface technique, the working on felt craters, inspires to start creating for yourself and completes this issue alongside many more exciting articles.
published on: 27th May of 2014
The FUN reports about exhibitions, workshops, or individual projects, and also offers a variety on inspiration for our reader´s own creative times.
There is a ‘how to’ take great photos of your objects tutorial included, as well as the beautiful transmittals in our Readers Gallery.
We take you on a journey to a great cross-over-project that brought together artists from many different textile crafts, we travel to a felt workshop in South Africa and we stop on our way to get to know the important facts of very important sheep breeds at a Production Animal Ark.
A tutorial for the creative making and baking (!) of Apricot Tartlets and many more interesting articles complete the Summer Issue.
published on: 04th March of 2014
You can read also how students use wool for their innovative felt designs and you can read about the presentations of unconventional felt fashion on runways of Germany and Canada. Other topics cover the fact that felt making is good for our souls and can support us in difficult times, as well as an insight into conducting creative workshops.
The spring issue is completed with reports from exhibitions and workshops, book reviews and an instruction for a cheeky felt animal.
published on: 03rd December of 2013