Tuesday, February 28, 2012
Embroidering on Felted Bag
However, the yarn is more of a mix, and I tried a different style of handle:
I also had the idea of possible using a crocheted chain to use in braided rugs. This is my test strip, below.
I did wash up the rectangular rug that I was working on last week, but something went very wrong, and it is bundled up in the back of my closet. I might be able to cut it up to use for smaller projects. Maybe.
I've also got this bowl in the washer as well:
I also got an idea from Regina about turning the bowl shapes upside down. They might be able to be used as a tea cozy or something if I refined the shape and added a sort of ball at the top.
Finally for now, this is the little skein of yarn that was the result of the introduction to felting workshop from the other day.
However, I am stocked up again on Steam a seam fusible web, so maybe I should do some applique.
Well, I can see that I am descending into indecision, so I'd better just Stop!
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