Accomplished textile artist Teresa Searle turns her attention to designing with felt. Felt is easy to make and to work with, and looks fantastic when combined with other materials. In step-by-step detail, Teresa demonstrates how this versatile fabric can be used to make a large range of jewelry items to fit your personal style and color sense. The projects employ a variety of felt-making processes including rolled felt, 3-D felt and felt made in the washing machine. There are also ideas for using commercially made felt available in craft stores. Finished items are decorated with a variety of additional textile processes, such as stitching, beading, and dyeing. Projects include neckpieces, corsages, hair accessories and scarves as well as witty and unusual designs for rings, bracelets, and earrings.
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