As promised I took a few more pictures today. The first one is of the scarf I made last night. In my humble opinion it did indeed turn out to be a winner. here's the picture:
What I like best about nuno felting (and what makes all that hand washing worth it) is the texture it creates on the silk. This piece of silk has a beautiful lustre to it and thus the texture looks almost like ripples in a pond. Here's a close up:
This scarf is also longer than my other ones (and lighter weight too)... great for spring or autumn wear.
I also took some pictures of the pendants I am working on. First one is a sterling heart set in a silver plated box and strung on rayon with a magnetic box closure. Here's the picture:
The next one is similar but it is a handblown glass bead with a matching lime bead on the top and both are also set in a silver plated box pendant. This one however is on a chain.
The next piece is an african red heart bead (more anatomically correct than our hearts) set on a silk strand. A gold rose was E-6000-ed to the front and small matching african red beads w/black glass czech beads complement the pendant.
Next is a pendant made w/a steampunk button, a victorian reproduction heart and a small sterling goddess charm hanging from the bottom. It is strung on black artificial sinue and accented with black glass spiral beads and vintage white-hearts (they are actually red beads with white centers).
I made one other thing which is a winged heart, nuno and needle-felted with a cord hanging from a card. You can leave it on the card or remove it and hang on the wall or leave it on the card and set it in a frame. It features a reproduction of a brass button that was popular in the early 1900's.
That's enough for now... I will be posting more regularly up until the sale in hopes of getting you to come out and join us for a good time and some valentine's treats. Even though I am official single I buy myself and some friends a Valentine's every year. After all the holiday is basically about Love in the many forms it takes. What could be better than that?