Felt Felt Wool

the invisibile bed designed by i-bride in 2002. invisibile is a very simple and non-obtrusive design with an outer frame made of medium density fiberboard covered in a choice of red or dark blue merinos wool felt or cowhide and an inner frame made of aluminum painted steel. it has natural bent beech strip springing with stiffness adjusters mounted on roll-up nylon chains.
  • 102 months ago Ecocentric »

    Alpaca cushion, Cosmic bowls, Sail backpack, Card wallet, Little Errol, Shirt and tie cushions, Tord Boontje cut vase, Tord Boontje glasses & jug, Camera bag, Leather satchel, Leather weekender bag, Knitted vases, Delight shade, Cue n' 8 salt and pepper s

  • 102 months ago Piawallen »

    Felt box Boxes made of 100% wool and are perfect for storage of slippers, magazines or accessories. Made in Sweden. Sizes 10x10cm, 15x15cm and 22x22cm. Colours Black, grey, white, red, brown and green. Price 10x10cm: 380 SEK 15x15cm: 480 SEK 22x22cm: 630 SEK

  • 109 months ago Ionaloyola »

    Nuno Felting is a technique introduced by Textile Designer Polly Stirling, where one apply soapy water and pressure over wool. This way forces the fibers to migrate into the weave of the silk or other fabric that is being used. Autumn Style Sushi Style

  • 110 months ago Velvetdavinci »

    Felt rings, jewelry, accessories, mobiles.

  • 110 months ago Velvetdavinci »

    From the idea stages thought he actual creation and execution of the work we draw on each other’s strengths for technical and aesthetic excellence. Hand felted wool and hand sculpted stoneware are the main elements we have chosen to express in our vision. The transformation that occurs in the construction of the felt is magical. Boiling water and soap are added to loose wool fibers encouraging little barbs on the fibers to relax and open. Agitating the wool causes the fibers to bind to one another. As a result the fabric shrinks and becomes dense and thick. Later the fabric is put into an acid bath on the stovetop and dyed to the desired color. The other component in our work is primarily hand thrown stoneware. Each piece, no matter how small, is given its own time on the center of the wheel. By looking beyond the lump of clay and allowing it to reveal its own identity we intend to release the specific vibration that it holds.

  • 110 months ago Melinaraissnia »

    The tradition of felted wool rugs originated in Iran in the Neolithic Age. It spanned the mountainous regions from Turkey to Mongolia where tribal nomads lived in felt-covered tents. The technique in Iran was practically extinct when Melina and Dodd Raissnia traveled to Iran together in search of felt makers. They are now using the same ancient technique to create felt rugs in Iran based on contemporary designs by Melina. For a look at the process watch our 15-minute film. You can also read an essay on the subject by Melina Raissnia for Turkotek.com. Peace Industry: Husband and wife team Melina and Dodd Raissnia are the principals and founders of Peace Industry. Before they discovered felt rugs in Iran they made peace flags.

  • 113 months ago radiancelighting.co.uk »

    Textile artist Sarah Cambell works with hand dyed felt to makes lampshades and cushions with cut out motifs and emboidery. Lots of gorgeous colour swatches to choose from. Priced between £55 and £80.

  • 116 months ago lapaigallery.com »

    Blue Boa. 100% wool felt, die cut, hand assembled. Die Cut Plastic Jewelry.

  • 116 months ago lapaigallery.com »

    Connecteurs (Connectors) Necklaces and bracelets. Interlocking felt sculptures. Les monstres (Monsters) Brooches. Sterling, fabric.

  • 116 months ago Ecocentric »

    Cosmic bowl As seen in 4Homes Magazine Designed and hand made in the UK these striking bowls are made from industrial wool felt, a strong and tactile material. The zigzag stitching highlights the bowl's unusual geometric shape and gives them that extra design edge. A stylish addition to any surface the bowls can be used to hold fruit, sweets, keys, jewellery, or displayed as beautiful objects in and of themselves. The bowls pictured here have neutral coloured stitching, however EcoCentric comissioned Noodle to make some using turquoise thread which we think really enhances the design.

  • 116 months ago Hidden Art Shop »

    Chloe Scrivener has been working in the Millinery industry for ten years. Chloe's latest collection includes hats, head bands, hair accessories and brooches. These have been hand developed using unique designs in felt, as well as incorporating vintage buttons and hand printed fabrics.

  • FELTED BEAD NECKLACE. This charming felted bead necklace will gather lots of compliments for you! The necklace ties and is about 27 inches long. It is very different and with various colors in the beads it goes with almost anything. Felted Bead Necklace 01 $32

  • 116 months ago Bellabeadsandwax »

    As Featured in Creative Jewelry Magazine "Felted Fun Bracelet" Kit Includes: 4 Handmade Felted 17 mm beads 3 Handmade Polymer Clay 29mm Tube Beads 10 Sterling Silver End Caps 2 Sterling 12mm Lentil Beads 1 Sterling Magnetic clasp Silver Safety Chain 2 4mm Jump Rings 2 Crimp Beads .019 Beading Wire Step-by-Step Instructions

  • 116 months ago Unicalighting »

    working in paris, lily latifi has created this wonderful teddy bear and pillow set. made of felt, the two sided teddy bear and soft pillow are both machine washable. the bear fits snugly in a pocket on the front of the pillow and can be removed easily. pillow dimensions: 10.75" x 10.75"

  • 116 months ago Unicalighting »

    dune rugs from danskina. made of felt, this original rug is the first design by ulf moritz for danskina. a new technique for working the felt has been specifically developed for this rug: a woolen fleece is pressed onto a jute backing and fixed in place with natural latex under high temperature. this process is free of any fumes or toxic materials. dune is 0.7" high and the strong felt is made of pure new wool. available in 8 different colors. approximately $59/sq. foot

  • 116 months ago radiancelighting.co.uk »

    Japanese designer Nahoko Koyama creates objects that inspire happiness and a satisfying simplicity - amongst which are gorgeous lampshades made from wool felt hats and butterfly rings which fluttered into the gallery in a multitude of colours.

  • 117 months ago feltshop.de.tt »

    Mary-Ann Williams, born 1965 in Cape Town, South Africa, studied Design in Cape Town and Germany and decided to stay in Germany because of Apartheid. In 1984 she started using felts (felting) for fashion and hats. After starting with her own fashion and hats collection she later specialized in the development of textile products in the HIGH END section of interior design. She creates home accessories, bowls, lights, table accessories, kitchen accessories, living accessories, greeting cards, bags, carpets, hats and fashion and she is advising in interior design solutions. Her innovative designs find international interest. Her most recognized designs are the Flokati felt carpets which she invented.

  • 117 months ago illustration.de.tt »

    Mary-Ann Williams, born 1965 in Cape Town, South Africa, studied Design in Cape Town and Germany and decided to stay in Germany because of Apartheid. In 1984 she started using felts (felting) for fashion and hats. After starting with her own fashion and hats collection she later specialized in the development of textile products in the HIGH END section of interior design. She creates home accessories, bowls, lights, table accessories, kitchen accessories, living accessories, greeting cards, bags, carpets, hats and fashion and she is advising in interior design solutions. Her innovative designs find international interest. Her most recognized designs are the Flokati felt carpets which she invented.

  • 117 months ago Earthangelstoys »

    Lynsey is a talented, young textile designer from Edinburgh, Scotland. Her yummy fabric jewelry, scarves, handbags and decor pieces combine a delightful naiveté with traditional craft techniques. The textural effect of her work is just plain yummy and begs to be touched, worn and enjoyed! Each piece is vibrant and whimsical, showing an imaginative use of merino wool, silk tulle, organza, and linen. Lynsey does each piece herself using hand-felting and embroidery methods. Lynsey has been featured in numerous fashion and décor publications including, Mary Engelbreit’s “Home Companion” magazine and “VOGUE”. Her work is fresh and FUN!

  • 117 months ago indice.co.nz »

    i Ching by Vittorio Locatelli. I Ching is a very ancient book. "The book of changes" as it is called, talks about the never-ending metamorphosis of matter and events. The lion CH'IEN, the creative, the giraffe SUN, the meekness, the elephant K'UN, the sensitivity, the seal TUI, the serenity. Take down their name and vocation to change through 84 simple combinations and more. Modular wool cloth and velcro animals packed in cotton bag.

  • 117 months ago Mixko »

    Price: 30.- GBP designed by Nahoko Koyama