I have been swimming in ideas for felting for the past few months but have been soooo busy working on my barn that I have not allowed myself time away from that project to make fiber art. Consequently, when I have rainy days I go a bit crazy having fun with making beautiful textile things. … More Nuno felting is kinda awesome.
I'll bet you cannot guess! Ha ha. For sale at $150. It will be going to The Art Center in Corvallis soon but you can buy it from me first if you want. Free shipping if you buy directly from me.
Now that Christmas if over, I took a little time to get the photos of my latest scarf creations up on Etsy! Yay! I am loving making the reversible scarves. Check out the extra photos of these beauties and you will see what I mean. I already have photos for two more new scarves coming … More My Etsy Store Has Scarves Again!
Making scarves is so much more fun now that I am making them reversible. I just made a couple mini scarves that have the reversible quality I find so exciting. Below is a slide show of the scarves and some of the looks that can be achieved with each. First the fuchsia, garnet, lavender, and purple … More I Love Reversibility!
Here is another many – way reversible wrap I finished on Saturday. It is at the Corvallis art center for $140. The following photos are all of the same scarf! It is so versatile! Fine merino and silk in teal, brown, and gold with touches of tencel, baby camel and yak down. This is a … More It seems the more scarves I make, the more ideas I have for making scarves!
CLICK HERE FOR MY ETSY SHOP! The scarves I’ve been showing here are now on Etsy as well as at the Corvallis Art’s Center. I can sell them less expensively online because Etsy does not take half like the Art’s Center does. If you are interested, you can visit Etsy by clicking HERE. The three scarves … More My Etsy Shop is Up and Running! . . . Wait . . . Never mind, I just had to take everything off because I learned I cannot have items here and also at the Arts Center in Corvallis! But I did sell my first scarf there for $150. It was the winter colors one. Yay!!!
As I study other fiber artist’s work online, I have noticed how some of them use patterned sections in their scarves and I wondered how they got those effects. Knowing they use silk and merino as I do, I realized they must be using printed silk. I went online and found beautiful old sari’s for … More So Excited About Silk!
My sister gave me a silk scarf the other day, which was delicate, sheer, and one of those treasures women cherish for their beauty. It is a gentle creamy white with small pink accents and grey and white filagrees printed on. To make it even more beautiful, there are little clear but reflective sequins … More Silks for Nuno Scarves
Saturday, April 30th, 2016, I will be holding a scarf felting workshop in my home in Salem Oregon. The time will be from 9am to 3pm, and will include a half hour break, in which a light lunch will be served. Pictured are some examples of the types of scarves that … More Finally . . . My First Felting Workshop in Oregon!