November 2009 Archives

Wool roving for felting or spinning is now available at the B. Felt Boutique. I sell Super Fine  100% Merino Wool in my own personal palette of over 70 vibrant colors.  At my B. Felt Boutique you can  find wonderful handmade felt creations: wool scarves, nuno felted shawls, unique hats, felted jewelry, handbags, and other fashion accessories.  In fact I just sold a pair of polka dot felt slippers with a rose on top that will be a fun Christmas present!

Of course, in real life, I sell my work  and provide felting instruction at Bead + Fiber, Andrea Garr's boutique in SoWa, a section of Boston Massachusetts.  Please visit the store at 460 Harrison Ave in Boston. 

For those of you would like to learn to felt, I give classes each week.  You can sign up for a class at Bead and Fiber.
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I entered a wool felt scarf into the Scarf and Shawl Auction.  Until November 15, the auction will be open to buyers who want to bid on fabulous wool scarves, shawls, workshops and books. 

The Surface Design Association has nearly 4000 members worldwide.  Each member creates textiles, paper, art, etc in his or her unique style.  Each scarf, shawl, DVD or book in this auction has been created by the artist for this auction.

 The Surface Design Association auction supports the Creative Promise Awards, conference scholarships, various SDA grants, and additional member benefits.  

My Winter Kelp Scarf is # 10 on the list of all items being sold.

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Hi Everyone!  The Boston Center for Adult Education is offering a cool promotion for their upcoming classes.  If you register for a class by November 6th you get a 20% discount!  The Nuno Felt Scarf class is one of my most popular classes.  You will learn how to felt, how to make nuno felt from wool and silk and you will complete a beautiful nuno felt scarf.  The class will occur on November 21 from 10:00AM to 5:00PM.  The registration link is:

Here are some photos of Nuno Felt Scarves from my classes to inspire you.  I call the first one a watermelon scarf!  Nuno felting is an easy felting technique to learn and the results are always startling for beginning felt makers.




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