Thursday, June 14, 2018
Wet Felting :: Best of Show
The last time I was awarded a ribbon was probably back in high school for track — and, I assure you, it wasn't blue... not even close. So I wanted to toot my own horn a bit and share a photo of me with my big, fat, felted bowl and its shiny, best-of-show ribbon. Thanks to all who voted — and thanks to everyone at the Flag Wool & Fiber Festival and The Arizona Historical Society for another wonderful year and perhaps the best festival to date. So much work goes into these events and so many talented, hard-working people make it happen. I was thrilled to be able to teach a workshop this year and hope to be invited back next year for same. If you missed it this year, be sure to mark your calendars for next.
Posted by Kim Buchheit at 12:30 PM
Labels: #flagwool, Arizona Historical Society, best-of-show, felted wool bowl, fiber art, fiber artist, flag wool & fiber festival, FWFF, kim buchheit, large felted vessel, wet felting instructor, workshops
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What little I can see of your bowl is GORGEOUS! Have you blogged it (i.e., was I sleeping when you did?)? Sure would love to see photos!
Hi, Linda! Thank you for the kind comments. Yes, you can see a better photo of the bowl here on my business site: http://www.buchheitcreative.com/portfolio_five.html
And, FYI: I'm teaching a class at the Grand Canyon this Oct. 6-7 — and during this weekend workshop intensive participants will make vessels using resists, dye their wool, and discover fiber's role in this region's history.
Here's the workshop link: https://www.grandcanyon.org/photography-art-yoga/fiber-arts-wool-workshop-felted-vessels/
Would love to have you join us!
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