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Interweave Felt, 2007: Digital Edition

The first Interweave Felt Special Issue, Now Available for Download. 100 pages
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The popular, first-ever special issue of Interweave Felt magazine is now available for electronic download. This 100-page magazine, which is no longer available in print form, appears exactly as it was printed in 2007.
Interweave Felt 2007 is a must-have for any fiber or felting artist. This special issue includes:
  • Patterns for knitted felt, wet felting, recycled felt, and even needle felting
  • A designer spotlight on knitted felt artist Marta McCall and instructions for her famous Weekend Getaway Satchel
  • A book excerpt from Maggie Pace's Felt Forward
  • An tutorial of the differences between felting and fulling, with instructions on how to be successful at both techniques
  • And more!

From basic felting techniques to elaborate felting projects, download your copy of Interweave Felt 2007 and become a felting enthusiast!
Table of Contents

PROJECTS AND FEATURES:

Felted Knitting:
  • Felting or Fulling Your Knitting? by Beverly Galeskas
  • Fat Baby Booties by Beverly Galeskas
  • The Lock Nest Hat by Teri Barr
  • Kokopelli Tote by Virginia Eubanks
  • Fat Cat by Kristin Nicholas
  • Marta McCall: Designing Outside the Skein by Jack Lewis
  • Weekend Getaway Satchel by Marta McCall
  • Circle Squared Purse by Maggie Pace
  • Felted Fair Isle Bag by Pam Allen
  • Unspun Roving Mittens by Amy Clarke Moore

Wet Felting:
  • How it Felts? by Robin Russo
  • Ruffles and Ripples: a Simple Felt Scarf by Sharon Costello
  • Easy Felted Beads by Amy Clarke Moore
  • The Berriat Lariat by Dustin Wedekind

Needle Felting:
  • Getting Started with Needle Felting by Sharon Costello
  • Cookie Cutter Felting by Karen Emrey and Christine Gann
  • Watercolor Lily Beret by Patricia Spark
  • A Needle-Felted Purse by Jackie Deems
  • Needle-Felting a Fulled Sweater by Sheryl Amaral
  • Recycled Knits: the staff offer seven ways to reuse and recyle.

SKU: EP1810

Format: Digital Magazine Single Issue

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