Saturday, 30 March 2013

Robyn our dear friend from our felting family passed away recently after a long illness.  Robyn loved to felt using her lovely collection of silks/wool.  We will all miss her, her input at our monthly meetings her laughter, chat and of course her felted garments.  God bless you lovely lady. Our Deepest sympathy & condolences to your family.
Designer :  Robyn Grigg    
Wearing her own creation of a seamless top.

Thursday, 28 March 2013

Wondering what to do with your leftover pieces of felt - look at these beret caps and bags - beautiful.

  Designer: Davida Palmer
machine and hand stitched

Sunday, 24 March 2013

Our Library has two new books.

"Felt for Me" by Ellen Bakker.   93 feltmakers from the Netherlands and Belgium with 500 colour pictures varying from practical items for everyday uses to 3D dimensional objects of art.

 "Felted Vests" by Phyllis Hoffman. This book shows you a step by step guide on the art of making elegant flattering and felted vests, these will fit, flatter your body no matter what shape or size.

Wednesday, 20 March 2013

Sue Smorthwaite has found a new love - rust dying recycled garments

More spiral scarves waiting to dry - you decide which side is best.

Tuesday, 19 March 2013

March meeting was full of spiral scarves - everyone going around in circles with a great result:

 Designer of 2 Spiral Scarves: Colleen Castledine

Sunday, 17 March 2013

ABC news did a story on south west fashion, wool and silk - click on below to see this - you tube video had Val, Sue and Kerry from the Bunbury Felters Group.

Thursday, 7 March 2013

3 Days of Fashion
not too late to buy your tickets
or pay at the door

Model: Georgia Bignell
Photograph: Stephen Eaton
 Designer: Kerry Gelmi

Model: Georgia Bignell
Photograph: Stephen Eaton
Designer: Sue Smorthwaite

Tuesday, 5 March 2013

Sculpture by the Bay in Dunsborough was a great success. Congratulations to all the Bunbury Felters involved with this chair sculpture.  A thank you goes to Greg for the steel framework.

"Wind in the Woollens"
 by Bunbury Felters