Has anyone every tried to make a vessel using the wet-felt resist method? I did, using some alpaca fibers. (For some great instructions, you can check out this blog). Wet felting is quite a tedious process, but I ended up with this little vessel--that looks pretty much like a coconut. Not my favorite, but I used what I had on hand. If I do this again, I'll use some better fibers, like merino, so it doesn't turn out so hairy!
You can see the fuzzy-ness of the alpaca fibers better here:
And work is still progressing on what is for me the world's slowest craft, rug hooking. The background strips are some blue wool that I dyed myself. Loving the colors, but will be glad when it's finally finished.
Last weekend was a beautiful one here in NC, so I batiked some fabrics to use in a project I'm working on. If you want to read about the process, check this blog post. I just love the whole process of making batiked fabrics.
Spring might finally be here! We had a t-storm or two overnight, and things are finally starting to bloom.
Linking up to Nina Marie's blog today, check out all the great links there!
Also, linking up to Fiber Artist Journey today, too.