Saturday, 24 November 2007

Nuno Felt Vest

My Sister and I made this Nuno Felt Long Vest. We used Tussah Silk, 22 micron Merino fleece and Silk Georgette. It's been made all in one piece and slip stitched together under the arms. The creamy coloured Tussah silk has been used in a thin criss cross pattern all over the vest.
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6 comments:

PA Fiber Artist said...

That is so nice. I love nuno felting - it's so much fun to create a new piece of fabric!

Best regards,
Susan

fiberfanatic said...

Hi Tiff!

I've been away ever so long - since moving to Hot Springs, AR. I think of you and your beautiful family though! How is everyone?

Your vest is absolutely awesome!!

Love ya!

Elaine said...

I love your nuno felted vest its lovely. I am new to nuno felting and have just made the fabric now to make a purse with it. I love felt of all kinds and I am a needle felting artist and I also enjoy making items from recycled wool sweaters. I think I am going to enjoy Nuno felting even though its hard on the shoulders, I'm sure I will get used to it.
Elaine

Asraf said...

Thanks for this information.. =) non woven bag

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"FELT" The Essential Macquarie Dictionary meaning:

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