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  • Blue indigo

    Hello everyone, I haven’t posted in a while. I dont’ know about you,  I find the days way too short to fit everything in! Anyway, I have been experimenting quite a bit…

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    European Felt days in Felletin

    Last week was filled with wool and felting friends. I was fortunate to be able to go to the European Felt event in Felletin, France. Felletin is a village renowned for its textile…

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    Making your house your home

      I am often asked the following : How should I display art on my walls? I am not sure how to display art/objects/accessories in my home ? Should everything match?  To this…

  • drawing airplants

    Is drawing essential?

    Is drawing essential to develop your art work? This is something I have been asking myself. Maybe as an artist painter, that is the foundation for it. In that case, this is…

  • Paris

    Simple pleasures – Petits plaisirs

    Happy New Year! I hope you all started the year refreshed. It is nice to look back on 2016 and review what we accomplished, think about the people we met, the things…

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    Winter wishes

      Wishing you all a wonderful Christmas and a peaceful holiday season. Thanks everyone for following my blog.  Lots of interesting things for the new year so looking forward to share them with you. Joyeux Noël!…

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    Rich wool

    This month I want to talk to you about a felt wallhanging I did recently, but more specifically about the wool used. It was supplied by Heid de Frenay, an organic farming…

  • A glimpse of blue

    Hello September! Time is flying don’t you think? After the holidays I always find it a bit difficult to get back into the routine. I’m still missing the warm sunshine and lazy afternoons. To…

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    Botanic Gardens EXPO

    Hello everyone, I just wanted to share with you  the latest Feltmakers Ireland exhibition ‘Kaleidoscope: the changing shape of felt’ which is taking place in the Dublin Botanic Gardens until August 24. It…

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    Geometry and felting

      Another workshop, another treat. That is how I felt doing Charlotte Sehmisch felting masterclass a second time. After experimenting with Charlotte’s techniques two years ago  I knew I had to ask her to come over…

  • Seeking pattern

    You can’t go to Portugal or Spain without noticing the vast range of tiles! From historical and traditional tiles to  more contemporary tiles, you definitively can’t miss them. They are everywhere, on historical…

  • WOOL FELT WALL ART

    Soft waves

        I love textile wallhangings and for quite some time I have been meaning to make another one. They bring so much warmth, individuality and texture to a room. A wool wallhanging also offers…

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    Subtle leaves

    Dry leaves (love their shapes)   –  Feuilles séchées (j’ adore leurs formes) A little transfert paint on the leaves.  –  Un peu de peinture transfert sur les feuilles. Heat transfer on fabric creating…

  • Fort Liberia, Pyrenees

    Evidence of the past

    The good thing about being on holidays is having the time to explore new places in detail.  For me, I am always on the lookout for textural walls, doors with character, natural…

  • wool felt pods

    Happy mix

    These are little felted wool pods and they come in all colours and shapes.  

  • WOOL FELT SHIBORI

    With 100g wool

    A few months ago, I decided to enter a competition entitled “Avec 100g de laine” (with 100g wool…) organised by the Filière Laine in Belgium . The felting challenge was to use only 100g of local belgium…