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Features include: a Mother & Daughter article by Shyama (the Mum) and Zoe Wall (the Daughter); a profile of Lorena Santin Andrade and Lyn Griffiths; a global art project by Cristina Pacciani; a look into the making of Svan felt hats (from Georgia, Russia) by Nadja Sayej, plus more.
Projects include:
•Scalloped Edge by Liz Evans
•Tabbard Tunic by Jennie Curtis
•Kumi-felt Scarf by Helen Vonow
•Felt Balls by Maude Bath
•Circles within Circles by Gill Brooks
•Alpaca & Lace Scarf by Jennie Curtis
•Optimistic Owl Softie by Michelle Moriarty
•Needle-Felted Mice by Jenny Romano
•Snake Charmer Scarf by Michelle Moriarty
•Nuno Felted Journal Cover by Jean Gauger

Felt Magazine aims to inspire a new generation of fibre enthusiasts with comprehensive projects, articles and an inspirational gallery. It includes a mix of easy, intermediate and technical projects to suit a wide range of skill levels. Why not open up a whole new world of fun, and give Felt a go?
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Felt Magazine Issue 7 Features include: a Mother & Daughter article by Shyama (the Mum) and Zoe Wall (the Daughter); a profile of Lorena Santin Andrade and Lyn Griffiths; a global art project by Cristina Pacciani; a look into the making of Svan felt hats (from Georgia, Russia) by Nadja Sayej, plus more. Projects include: •Scalloped Edge by Liz Evans •Tabbard Tunic by Jennie Curtis •Kumi-felt Scarf by Helen Vonow •Felt Balls by Maude Bath •Circles within Circles by Gill Brooks •Alpaca & Lace Scarf by Jennie Curtis •Optimistic Owl Softie by Michelle Moriarty •Needle-Felted Mice by Jenny Romano •Snake Charmer Scarf by Michelle Moriarty •Nuno Felted Journal Cover by Jean Gauger Felt Magazine aims to inspire a new generation of fibre enthusiasts with comprehensive projects, articles and an inspirational gallery. It includes a mix of easy, intermediate and technical projects to suit a wide range of skill levels. Why not open up a whole new world of fun, and give Felt a go?


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Features include: a Mother & Daughter article by Shyama (the Mum) and Zoe Wall (the Daughter); a profile of Lorena Santin Andrade and Lyn Griffiths; a global art project by Cristina Pacciani; a look into the making of Svan felt hats (from Georgia, Russia) by Nadja Sayej, plus more.
Projects include:
•Scalloped Edge by Liz Evans
•Tabbard Tunic by Jennie Curtis
•Kumi-felt Scarf by Helen Vonow
•Felt Balls by Maude Bath
•Circles within Circles by Gill Brooks
•Alpaca & Lace Scarf by Jennie Curtis
•Optimistic Owl Softie by Michelle Moriarty
•Needle-Felted Mice by Jenny Romano
•Snake Charmer Scarf by Michelle Moriarty
•Nuno Felted Journal Cover by Jean Gauger

Felt Magazine aims to inspire a new generation of fibre enthusiasts with comprehensive projects, articles and an inspirational gallery. It includes a mix of easy, intermediate and technical projects to suit a wide range of skill levels. Why not open up a whole new world of fun, and give Felt a go?
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Felt is a warm, soft, tactile fabric. It can be shaped, steamed and easily manipulated to form all sorts of angles and dimensions. It can be thick and insulating as in a warm winter coat, or it can be light and fluid as in a summer Nuno garment.
Traditional felt has no internal structure. It is not woven or knitted, but is simply a collection of fibres, such as wool, alpaca, rabbit etc, that with the addition of heat, agitation and often water and soap, shrinks to form an interlocked fabric structure.
Nuno felt occurs when wool is worked together with cloth, usually of an open-weave structure, such as muslin, cheesecloth, gauze or light silk. Nuno is often used to laminate or capture objects between layers. Nuno is sometimes referred to as laminated felt.
Felt magazine examines traditional felt, Nuno felt, embellishing techniques, dry felting (needle felting and machine punching) and knitted (fulled) felt with a comprehensive mix of articles, projects, profiles and visual inspiration. It includes a mix of easy, intermediate and technical projects to suit a wide range of skill levels.
Open up a new world of fun, and give Felt a go. We’ll show you how.

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