Monday, November 28, 2011

Fused Glass...and A Winner!


One of the fused glass 'nuggets' that I made this summer at the Creative Felt Gathering...


...and another.


The finished shawl...


...outdoors on an unseasonably sunny day yesterday...


...and here I think you can finally see its true colors. :)


The fused glass nugget photos have been lying around for some time...

...and I thought it was finally a good time to share them.

I was able to take the shawl outdoors yesterday in the sun...

...and I think you'll have a better idea, now, of the color green it actually is. :)

From a random number generator site...

...I drew the number of the winner.

Grazyna, you have won this shawl...

...please send your full name and mailing address to...

...heather(dot)woollove(at)gmail(dot)com

Thanks to all who commented and entered the drawing.

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12 comments:

Terrie said...

Congrats to the Grazyna! the nuggets are so charming and the shawl will be a warmer in this winter.

vilterietje said...

congrats to the winner and the fused glass is awsome:)
love it very much, as i do love all the things you make (well...allmost all the things)

Grazyna said...

I was very lucky.Shawl is beautiful.
Thank you very much.

Heather Woollove said...

Terrie--Thanks!
Riet--:)
Grazyna--Congratulations! I will be mailing it off to you in the next several days.

Rachel said...

There's clearly more to your Felting than meets the eye, if you also come backe with fused glass!

Heather Woollove said...

Rachel--At the Creative Felt Gathering, we always do a piece with fused glass (and get to make some). It's really fun!

Patty Biermans said...

Like the fused glass VERY much! I think glass is so beautiful in many ways! Congrats to the lucky winner of the shawl! hugzz...peebee

Heather Woollove said...

Thanks, Peebee! The glass is fun to make, too.

Viltalakim said...

again great pieces, you rock girl !! I love the cruly edges

Heather Woollove said...

Kim--I think the yarn really makes the edges curl like that. :)

Sandie Knapp said...

Congratulations to Grazyna. I know the shawl will keep you toasty and warm this Winter.

I like the color too. It's a softer green than in the earlier photos. Very nice too. :)

Heather Woollove said...

Sandie--Yes...it's definitely YOUR color! :)