Category Archives: classes

Fresh from the Press

Did you  know I’m a small publisher? Here’s our latest newsletter to introduce you. Enjoy! Fresh from the Press, Fall 2018 Greetings from Homeostasis Press! We’re feeling the change in seasons. Are you? What’s new: We are very pleased to … Continue reading

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Exploring New Dimensions (sorry, this post is not about space)

I’ve been creating felt for about 18 years, applying techniques learned from Scandinavian, Finnish, Canadian and American feltmaking traditions. I’ve recently begun exploring some techniques more fully as I consider a mixed media approach to illustrating picture books. It’s been … Continue reading

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Three Blog Posts that Tell You a Bit About Me

You may know me already from reading this blog, but it struck me that three posts I’ve written for other blogs do a good job of summing up some of the major parts of me that you might have missed … Continue reading

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“What is it for?” or: Sketching at the Felting Table

I’m often asked, when demonstrating feltmaking, what a piece is for. “What will you do with it?” Sometimes I can answer specifically that a piece is meant to hang on a wall, but more often I open up a real can … Continue reading

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Back to the Felting Table, Part Two

I shared a week or so ago about my introduction to feltmaking and how my desire to make felt for my own explorations ultimately led to my quitting the pincushion business. In the meantime, though, as I explored tools and … Continue reading

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