Creative Pub. International, 2008 - Felt work - 96 pages
Wet felting requires no knowledge of knitting or crocheting and gives the crafter/designer complete freedom and control from the beginning. Hand-painted and solid-color roving--wool that has not been spun into yarn--is arranged on a surface and subjected to hot water and agitation to create felt fabric. With Nancy's freeform methods, wool yarns, novelty yarns, bits of felt (called prefelt), and other fibers are worked into the felt to create highly textured and patterned fabrics--felt inlays--and each individual piece is unique. Including 20 projects to show what you can make with your felt inlays.--From publisher description.
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Felt Inlays: Making Textured and Patterned Felt for 23 Creative ProjectsUser Review - Not Available - Book Verdict
Handmade felt, with its distinctive fuzzy surface, has become a popular craft medium. The felt in these projects is made from unspun wool rovings. Inlays are yarn or partially finished felt pieces ... Read full review