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3-Dimensional Wet Felting

  3-Dimensional felting, also called seamless felting is popular among felter’s making garments, vessels, hats, handbags and booties.  I personally find a multitude of fitting issues with seamless garments and choose to utilize overlapping and hand stitching to create decorative seams for my vests and dresses.  Having said that, I do enjoy making seamless sculptural […]

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Rockin the Runway at Liberty Arts Gallery

On May 15th, I headed to Yreka, California to participate in Liberty Arts Gallery’s new exhibit, Filaments & Fashion.  Three of my pieces were juried into the exhibit.  Opening night  kicked off with a high energy fashion show.  I walked the runway in one of my pieces and had two lovely models wear my Peach […]

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Working Hands, A Journey of Creativity

  When I was a little girl, I would watch my mother and grandmother’s work with their hands.  On Sunday’s they would make “a pot of gravy,” our name for marinara sauce.  Meatballs and pasta would accompany the sauce.  Sometimes I helped make the meatballs, my hands squishing all the ingredients together .   I can […]

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Nuno Felted Silk Scarves with Jo Ann Manzone

Learn how to felt on silk while creating a one-of-a-kind scarf with Textile Artist Jo Ann Manzone. Saturday, June 30th, 11am-2:30 $30 includes some materials. Silk can be purchased separately. Please contact Jo Ann Manzone at 541 951-2526 to reserve you space. Held in the Ashland Art Center Classroom at 357 E Main St, Ashland, OR 97520. Filed …

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