Felting

On the picture above you see a children’s cushion from my (so far only) polish student Karolina Krueger: http://welnianykram.pl

When as a reaction to an article published in the German felters’ magazine FUN the first felters enrolled in my online embroidery class, I was not sure whether my class – originally designed for quilters – would be appropriate also for felters. These doubts dissipated very quickly, as extraordinarily beautiful pieces were created right from the beginning. I would like to introduce three of the artists and their own works here. You will find more pictures in the gallery.

Alexa und Charlotte

You cannot start early enough embroidering felt …

The felt artists combined embroidery with other interesting felting techniques, such as Crazy Felt and Nuno Felt and thus enriched the online class. Especially embroidery on three-dimensional objects, pieces of jewelry, dolls and much more has shown the exceeding diversity achieved by combining embroidery and felting.

The felt artists combined embroidery with other interesting felting techniques, such as Crazy Felt and Nuno Felt and thus enriched the online class. Especially embroidery on three-dimensional objects, pieces of jewelry, dolls and much more has shown the exceeding diversity achieved by combining embroidery and felting.

Puppe Selma

Puppe Selma

Doll “Selma” is a marionette, made by the felting artist
Sandra Struck-Germann. Selmas hair is made from my hand dyed, handspun curled wool.

Sandras daughters are happy about the new addition to the family

Friederun de Maertelaere Plank

Friederun de Maertelaere Plank

Friederun de Maertelaere Plank

Friederun de Maertelaere Plank

hedwig kinzer

Hedwig Kinzer

Hedwig Kinzer

Hedwig Kinzer

Sandra Struck-Germann

Sandra Struck-Germann