Wednesday, 28 July 2010

Previous work in embellished felt.

Foxglove picture.

Foxglove detail

Castle Bolton Gardens

Flora picture

First felt picture

Felted handbag


Garden picture

Mulberry handbag


Hydrangea picture
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Hello friends, just a little explanation for this wordless Wednesday!
As I'm a bit of a technophobe so this was the only way I could think of showing a friend my some of my previous textile art.
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I hope you all enjoyed it too, lol!
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Fi x



24 comments:

KC'sCourt! said...

Those felt pictures are absolutley wonderful - you are so talented
Julie xxxx

Just-Do said...

This is totally, absolutely, completely dazzling. It is amazing how well you look at nature and how good you are in capturing that in felt and thread. As we say in Holland: "Petje af"

Rubyred said...

Oh I did enjoy it all! You are such a talented lady!
Rachel x

Mary said...

Your artistic felt work leaves me speechless. Not only is the depiction of nature so "right-on" with all the lovely detail but, your skill using the fibers, embellishment is stunning.I sure enjoyed looking at your beautiful work.

crafts@home said...

Wow, as a relative newcomer to your blog it is a delight to see so much of your wonderful work in one post!

Twiglet said...

Well that's what I call sensory overload!!! They are all sooooo gorgeous. Thanks for bringing them all together for us. Will save the page so I can pop back when I am in need of inspiration.

Fuat Gencal said...

Hepsi birbirinden şık ve güzel olmuş ellerinize,emeğinize sağlık.

Saygılar.

silverpebble said...

Good grief! This is like an RHS garden show...in felt!

Sue said...

They are fantastic, you are a very talented lady.

Pink Feather Paradise said...

I love your felt paintings... after all they are as much a painting as anything else.. and I gaze at my foxgloves daily.... I am considering getting it reframed into a box frame so that the foxgloves can be even more 3d... do you think it would work?

x Alex

Thecraftytrundler said...

Love 'em, love 'em, love 'em!!!!
Your work is gorgeous, and sooooo inspirational!!

Sharon xx

marigold jam said...

It's always good to have another look at your beautiful crafts - I love them all.

Jane

The Weaver of Grass said...

Have you come across the work of Andrea Hunter Fiona? She lives not so very far from you.
I love your felt work, nice and colourful (often lacking in felt work I find.)
Hope Steve is progressing well.

Twiggy said...

All very beautiful, such gorgeous colours.
twiggy x

Pam J fromthecraftroom said...

Wonderful! I enjoyed looking at every one of your wonderful works of art.

Pam

liz said...

Your work is truly beautiful and so realistic. Just discovered your blog and it is very inspirational. :)

Wipso said...

What wonderful inspiration Fi.Thanks for sharing them all with us.
A x

Lyn said...

A post full of gorgeous-ness!!
love
Lyn
xxx

Tilly Rose said...

Hi Fi
I LOVE your garden picture..also you foxgloves.
I adore pink roses (all shades of pink not bright)...how about a garden picture with pink roses / lavender / other cottage flowers????
I love all your work.
let me know what you think about the garden idea?
I go away on Sat so if you want to let me know before then....
Karen x x x
Ooooooh so excited! i can't wait!!!!

Posy Linda said...

Heavens...the talents you possess. Your work is really inspiring.

Helsie said...

Absolutely beautiful work. Y ou are a true artist. I hope you sell these beautiful things for lots of money. They are certainly woth it.
Cheers
Helen

dosierosie said...

absolutely loved it.
Gillx

Bending Birches said...

gasp...i love your site! beautiful work!!!

val said...

Fiona your felt pictures are stunning, as is EVERYTHING you make! You are an inspiration and very gifted. Thank you for sharing with us .... especially with the 20 Minuters!
Val xx