Thursday, September 5, 2013

Felter's Fling Student Exhibition- Part 2 of 2

A felt marionette...



...and an abstract rug...

 
...were displayed 'cheek by jowl'...

...with these felt garments.

 
There was a leather and felt purse...

 
...and more felt paintings...

 
...a 'cat cocoon', rugs...

 
..and highly textured shawls...

 
...plus felt wearables in all colors...



...and for all climates...



...and even a felt backgammon board!

 
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7 comments:

Rachel said...

That's a wonderful demonstration of the versatility of felt!

Heather Woollove said...

Rachel--Yep...it's pretty cool! Grin.

Sandra Knapp said...

OMG! Who would ever have guessed a felted Ant Eater puppet??? It's adorable!!!

And felt Paintings! I was stunned, literally stunned!! But they are so wonderful!

The diversity of items that can be created with felt is mind-boggling. What a wonderful experience it must have been, to be with the people that have made such items, and to learn from them. :)

Terriea Kwong said...

My eyes wide opened to view so many so pretty designs. All are wonderful no matter rugs, 3D objects, wearables..... How great you're there! Were all made by hands? I meant not by machine or sander.

Heather Woollove said...

Sandie-'Fling' really draws some of the most wonderful feltmakers! :)
Terriea-I'm not entirely sure...there may have been some pieces made using sanders or rolling machines. (They were all brought from home.) XO

Ginny Huber said...

what a great variety of things; nice to see these.

Heather Woollove said...

Thanks, Ginny!