New Nuno Felted Scarves

Just before Christmas I brought out the dye pot and bought some roving to make nuno felted scarves for the women in the family.  Dying the silk chiffon was a blast, I loved mixing the colors and expiramenting with how long to leave the silk in the dye bath to achieve certain colors.  I wanted to share a couple photos of how some of them turned out.

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I live in the country, I love to take photos, I'm a shepherdess, I adore my husband and daughter, I walk in the will of Christ.

Posted on January 12, 2012, in Felting, Uncategorized and tagged , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 19 Comments.

  1. Beautiful! Love the citrusy colors…and yes, citrusy is a word 😉

  2. Very nice. And lucky you to have a good model for the next several years!

  3. Yes, your daughter is maturing! So lovely — both her and the scarves!

  4. Love your scarves and your little model, too cute.

  5. Wow. . . .you are so artistic, thanks to your mom’s side 😉 Annie is so beautiful you really must have another. . . you’re so good at being Mommy! Love you. . . .

  6. absolutely stunning, a collection of shades that i would wear in a heart beat! beautiful.. and i really want to know how to felt.. i am off to research! c

  7. Great colors … Celi suggested I drop by to say hello!

  8. I’ve just found your blog through c… what pretty scarves, it’s inspiring me to paint in those colors. Can’t wait to see your posts each day, I’m a follower now!

  9. Lovely. and why has it never ocurred to me to make my own! inspired? I am!
    I’ve just popped over from Celi’s place :0

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