End of an Era

I’m feeling a little bit lost today, this morning I packed up the last of my City and Guilds pieces and mailed them to my tutor for assessment. I have plenty of ideas to try out and new things I want to make but just can’t seem to muster the energy to get started this afternoon. Perhaps I should let myself take a an evening off, relax and find renewed enthusiasm tomorrow. Enough with the wallowing already…. here are couple of new pieces and a WIP.

These clutch bags were part of the C&G course, the pink one has a zip across the front flap to reveal an extra pocket:

 The green one was inspired by the sampler in my last post.

This little bowl was crocheted from the Jacob’s fleece I dyed and spun a couple of weeks ago.

And this is my WIP, again it was inspired by the sample in my last post and when it is long enough, I will felt it into and infinity scarf. This is the prefelt that I cut up to make the scarf.

11 comments

  1. Thanks Jane. I'm not sure about starting the intermediate course just yet, this has been quite a tough year for me and the intermediate course is a big commitment (2 years and nearly £2000). I think I will take the next few months to prepare for the Xmas rush and then re-evaluate my situation in the New Year….

  2. Teri they are all beautiful. Your work is an inspiration to fellow felters. You've obviously made good use of the techniques you've learned. I think you deserve a break. 🙂 Marilyn

  3. Teri they are all beautiful. Your work is an inspiration to fellow felters. You've obviously made good use of the techniques you've learned. I think you deserve a break. 🙂 Marilyn

  4. Congrats on finishing up your coursework. I know what it's like to finish a course and feel a bit adrift. But your work is wonderful and I'm sure that you'll be awash in creative felt work soon.

  5. Congrats on finishing up your coursework. I know what it's like to finish a course and feel a bit adrift. But your work is wonderful and I'm sure that you'll be awash in creative felt work soon.

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