It’s almost Felt United Day: Saturday, October 5, 2019 This Year’s Theme: How Does Your Garden Grow…

Nicola Brown (Ireland) and myself, Dawn Edwards (USA) hope that you are enjoying this year’s theme, ‘How Does Your Garden Grow’, where members of our Facebook Felt United group have been posting some amazing works with fabulous garden themed images. If you haven’t been over to our Facebook site recently, please head over and take a look at the wonderful images which have already been submitted from all around the world. We are eagerly looking forward to seeing many more garden themed felt creations. And, not to worry if your piece is still in progress, as you may continue to submit your images for eight weeks following Felt United Day…So do keep those images coming.

When you submit your image to our Facebook page, we ask that you add a note about your inspiration and how your creation relates to the garden theme. Please remember, no advertisements for work (or links to Etsy, etc.). We so want to approve and share your work, but if for some reason your post has not been approved, it is likely that it does not fit one of the Felt United guidelines.

Oh, and one last note, if you are hosting an event for this year’s Felt United, please be sure to paste a link to your event on the Felt United Events page so that others might be made aware of your happening.

We wish everyone all the best for Felt United 2019. Here’s to creativity, worldwide friendships, and our love of feltmaking.

Our warmest regards,
Dawn Edwards (USA) and Nicola Brown (IRELAND)
Together, We Felt United.
Felt – intertwined, bound together, forever as one – United

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Author:Dawn Edwards/Felt So Right

I am a felt/fiber artist and instructor. I love to share the joys of feltmaking with others, having taught within the U.S. and internationally. I specialize in fun, out-of-the ordinary felt hats sold under the name of Felt So Right through specialty retail, boutique and gallery shops throughout the United States.I live in Plainwell, Michigan, where I work from my home studio. I believe that we are all artists....That it is the soul deep need to create. I love and appreciate so many of the arts, but I have found my passion through feltmaking. I find such joy in the alchemy of turning a few ounces of wool into a thing of beauty, limited only by the imagination and I find that the unique sculptural and color possibilities always inspire creativity. I have studied feltmaking with renowned felt and fiber artists from around the world. Feltmaking has truly opened windows to the world for me and I am grateful for this most wonderful opportunity.


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