So we had to take down the old rafters because they were getting rotten along the top and on the ends due to the white tarp disintegrating. We put up new 2 x 6 rafters and 2 x 4 stringers to support the galvanized metal roofing we are putting on now. Since I’m not using … More A couple more photos of the new roof.
In Florida I had built an open air art studio in my backyard. We had used white tarp on the roof as a way to let in light as I painted. When I moved away we used it for storage and the tarp was falling apart. I’m back in Florida now with John, replacing the … More New roof on my old studio
I just finished felting these two necklace starts. Next I will figure it out how I want to decorate them. So fun to be creative– learning to felt in new ways.￼
This new piece is almost finished, with just some dark brown stitching to add for emphasis here and there.
This little sample was originally about 12 x 20 inches. It shrunk to about 3 x 5 inches. That is the way of fluffy clouds in felting. There was no other structure other than two layers, one of fluffy clouds of merino wool, very thin, and another layer of fluffy clouds of plant fibers, laid … More Felted Sample: Fluffy Clouds
As I may have mentioned in another post, I have been taking felting courses online from one of my two favorite fiber artists in the world, Yekaterina Mokeyeva ( https://www.feuer-und-wasser.com/about ) This felted piece is my latest homework in her structure and surface texture class which is ongoing right now. I love this technique and … More Felted Sample: Chunky Knit?
This piece grew gradually overtime. I changed it probably three times before I was completely happy with it.
I love these colors and a bit of sparkle is delightful! This is a new no felted necklace of silk, wool, and alpaca.