And Then There Were Two

I am continuing to work on my exhibition piece that I started a couple of weeks ago. I made the second piece of nuno felt yesterday. I hope this will be enough for what I need but I may need to make one more piece that is this size.

Second Nuno Felt LayoutThis is the lay out of the second piece. It looks just like the first!

Two Completed Nuno FeltsAnd here are the two completed pieces together. I am happy that they look similar because the next step is to cut each of them up into four triangles and then sew them together. With this much texture, the stitching the piece together might turn out to be very interesting. I wrote a post on the Felting and Fiber Studio site about the exhibition. If you didn’t see it, go check it out. It’s a call for entries for an exhibition and I’d love for any fiber artist that’s out there to submit an entry.  See the details here



6 thoughts on “And Then There Were Two

  1. I think it is very hard to get exactly the same effect twice so well done. I’m intrigued to know where this goes. Principally Felt

    • Thanks Liz. It was easier using batts that already had all the fibers mixed together to get the same effect. I’ll be showing the process for my exhibition piece as I go along so keep an eye out here. 🙂

  2. The second piece really does look just like the first, I thought you’d cut it in two until I read it, I’m looking forward to seeing what you do next 🙂

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