Mimosa Theme Nuno-Felted Scarf: Image of Completed Piece

A few folks have asked for some images of the completed “Mimosa” nuno-felted scarf. Here are some images. Enjoy, and happy felting!

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Winter Sky: Carded Batt for Art Yarn

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Felted Mat with Dots & Curly Wool Locks


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Carded Batt Set for Spinning Art Yarn: Poodle Skirt Theme

A blend of merino, Cormo, silk fibers, and Cormo/BFL fleece; plus some silk fabric strips, the colors inspired by 1950’s fashion item: poodle skirts — to spin into art yarn.

fullsizeoutput_2c95 A detail of one of the mini-batts:


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Felted Scarf with lots & lots of curly locks and dots.

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A Felted Mat on the Theme “Raku”


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Therapeutic Curly Wool Locks

The dry layout of this felted scarf looks like a creature:IMG_3570IMG_3574The details of the surface design: dots and curly locks and silk fibers…

IMG_3578The completed scarf, now dry: The gold tendrils are mohair locks; the white tendrils are Teeswater lamb.  I love the softness and sweet little pearly curls at the tips of lamb locks.


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Small Felted Mats

I love to craft these functional pieces, and use them around the house to protect surfaces and add warmth, color, texture and a bit of whimsy.


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Images of Recent Felted Work


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A Winter Sunset Inspiration for a Felted Scarf

On a recent walk with our dog around sunset, the sky was unremarkable and muted; but then, slivers of gold appeared in the west, and minute-by-minute these bright tones intensified til the whole sky was glowing molten amber, with streaks of pale turquoise and coral.  It was a spectacular fiery sunset that contrasted the cold evening air, and I noted the colors so I could evoke the experience in my studio.


I carded batts (on my Louet drum carder) of merino, alpaca, cashmere, silk, organic Polwarth, dyed silk noils, bamboo; and added some remnant sari silk threads and more and more silk into the layers.  In carding the fibers, I placed them carefully to create a color gradient from warm coral and gold tones to soft blue, with touches of white and turquoise.  In laying out the fibers, I preserved the color gradient.


The resulting scarf is very light (2 1/4 ounces) and 64″ x 6″ inches.  It’s almost a cobweb scarf — delicate but with lots of texture, from the deliberate layering of different tones and textures.  There’s a lot of satisfaction in connecting deeply with the source of inspiration, and I hope this scarf sparks some of the awe of walking in the atmosphere of a magnificent winter sunset.



Published in: on January 10, 2019 at 5:01 pm  Leave a Comment