Tag: Needle Felting

Late Season Flowers

I have always wanted to experiment with a needle felting project that incorporated dryer lint, so I decided to use two different colors of lint I saved from the clothes dryer for the earth and sky.  I hand embroidered the piece with various colors, used flower buttons for the flowers, and yarn strips for the…

lauren

this a needlefelted image of my daughter. I drew with merino wools and some wool knitting wool for her hair. The face was needlefelted onto cotton quilt batting, and then the finer details such as eyes were hand stitched with dmc thread to create definition.

redroad/blue sky

This is a 1.5×2 metre artquilt made from hand dyed wool prefelt, which is then, needlefelted and overlaid with assorted cotton fibres, merino wool and fine silk. After carefully creting the background the piece was machine quilted and heavily nneedlefelted  to manipulate and create the look of a road after the rain and muddy. The…

Bobab Sunset

This piece uses deconstructed cotton and quilt fabrics , reconstructed into background material along with silk and merino fibers. Once the base was created the boab trees in silohuette were felted in and then finished off with machine embroidert.

Ruby Lips – side view

Here you can see Ruby at her best (she really prefers all photos to be taken at the 3/4 profile- so vain!). Ruby's eyelashes and perm are made from fabric covered with tissue paper and white glue, and then printed with a hand made rolling stamp. One side of her face is from a repurposed…

All Is Well

This little piece combines my three favorite things – wool, wire, and words; i created it for the Felted Wonders Reader Challenge. The Jacob sheep from our farm provide the wool for my felt collages, and I love combining the wool with beads, buttons, and wire.  For this collage, the needle felted circle is stitched…

ART DOLL

Go There Now My name is Asun Sanchez and I am from Seville in Spain. I am a fibre artist and my speciality is the art of needle-felting. I really have a passion for what I do and I hope you like my work. I specialize in caricature sculptures and I would be thrilled to…

Wool and wire landscape

The foundation for the landscape was wet felted with wool roving.  The details of the burro, mountains, trees and scrubs were added by needle felting.  Wire was stitched into or affixed onto the wool.  This  scene was inspired by a recent trip to the  Red Rock Conservation Area where I encountered several burros  snacking on…