Wednesday 24 April, Carin Madsén Kollberg, IFA International Officer met about twenty French feltmakers and chairman of Feutre Art Textile in the small town of Felletin. Her task was to…
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It is with great pleasure that we announced at the AGM in April at Belsey Bridge in the UK, that Sheila Smith has agreed to be our new president. The nominations received…
I own a company called Art Daze in Lancashire running art and craft workshops in schools specialising in Felt Making. During the summer I worked with a small group of 11…
Report of the 6th North Atlantic Native Sheep and Wool Conference held this September in the beautiful Lofoten Islands.
The very best felt is fine and soft. It is sculptural. Different wools, and different colours of wool, are combined abstractly, or used like oil pastels to create still life pictures.
To mark the first International Youth Film Festival in Wales a competition was held for trophy designs made out of wool.
Australasia have increased from 34 to 43 members since the beginning of the year and hope to reach 50 members soon!
Report on the KreaTov felt event which took place on the island of Gotland this August.
St. Petersburg will host the VIII International Exhibition of art-felt New life of traditions.
The University of St Andrews has been awarded an Arts and Humanities Research Council grant for a PhD project based on Mary Burkett’s original research and her felt collection at the Horniman Museum.
The IFA Conference and AGM being held in Scotland will see the unveiling of 12 standards that are a celebration of Scottish heritage from the distant past to the present.
Nuno Felt by Liz Clay was published by A & C Black at the beginning of December and is selling very well.