Friday, October 21, 2016

Fall Felt Owl

 Playing with fibre and using resists (laminate floor underlay works great) I made this small fall owl wallhanging and added stitching and wooden beads from a bracelet.
 A couple of felt pieces made using resists on day 1 of a felt class I took with Maria Friese in Penticton in September.
 Day 2 & 3 of the class we worked on making a geometric vessel.  This is moi with Maria Friese as I get ready to cut the resist out that is inside.
 My finished vessel that looks like an asteroid or sea anenome or something.  It's not beautiful but a good learning piece.
 Our class with vessels taught by Maria Friese.  If you have time check out her work!
I'm still working on my Take A Stitch Tuesday Owl!  The last few stitches I added were the Feathered Chain stitch ( around the face ), the Slipped Detached Chain stitch aka Tulip stitch and I'm currently working on some Woven Detached Chain Stitches.

Have a most wonderful & delightful day & thank you for dropping by :D
Jeannette

9 comments:

  1. Love the felt work..specially the owl

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  2. your vessel looks great and the owl a delight, good to see you are still doing the tast I will start mine one day! save the links so no excuse.Trust all is well

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  3. Gorgeous felt owl and I love the vessel. Your TAST owl ia just amazing. Great work all round. xx

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  4. Your newest felted Owl is quite dapper. I L.O.V.E. Your felted Vessell. It is gorgeous and interesting. Beautiful to be learning new things. Autumn Blessings...

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  5. Your Fall owl would bring joy to anyone and is delightful. Your TAST owl is a work of ongoing art.
    Love the vessel, colours and shape. The class would have been fun to be in.

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  6. You are the Owl Lady! The felted one is really precious and the TAST sampler is a great way of playing with Sharon's stitches.
    The felted vessel is GREAT, how can you think otherwise?

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  7. Love the felt owl!!! So sweet!
    no idea what a vessel is supposed to look like (all new to me!) but yours look fantastic, perfect colour.

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  8. Your class looks like fun! The felt owl is fantastic. And, I just love seeing your TAST owl progress.

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  9. Great pictures of the felt class, looks like you all had such fun, making your vessels!
    Your TAST stitch owl is so pretty! I love all your stitches, and the colours you've chosen set them off really well!

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