Judy’s felted wall hanging titled “An Autumn Night” is the feature of our show, Things Great and Small. This is a great one, in size, colour and visual effect. It breathes warmth and light, cottage coziness and class all at once. The desire to touch it is almost irresistible.
Judy’s latest felting product has gone to a fibre arts show. It’s a large carrier style bag with several pockets and this great owl face on the outside. A combination of wet felting, needle felting and sewing, this bag will surely attract attention.
Judy’s newest scarf. I’m going to call it Jubilation. It’s a riot of colour and texture and lines going every which way: quite a visual treat. It’s a cobweb scarf made of merino wool and silk, making it extremely light and warm. The cross threads were hand spun first, then felted into the roving. It feels lovely against the skin.
Judy’s new felted scarf reminds me of water with slight ripples catching the sunlight and the reflection of fluffy clouds. The fine patterns in the felt are similar to minute ripples in water. It must be warm, tropical water, judging by the colour. Well, if you can’t have Hawaii, at least this scarf will be nice and warm on your neck 🙂