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1  MISCELLANEOUS TOPICS / Completed Projects / Re: Guess Who Game - Milly Stylee on: June 19, 2005 11:16:28 AM
Wow that's the best idea! I've been an exchange student before, and I would have LOVED that before I left. Congrats, it looks great!
2  IMAGE REPRODUCTION TECHNIQUES / Screen Printing: Discussion and Questions / Re: Who wants to make my screen? (I'm paying for this) on: May 24, 2005 01:06:10 PM
I've found someone to do it, Thanks
3  IMAGE REPRODUCTION TECHNIQUES / Screen Printing: Discussion and Questions / Who wants to make my screen? (I'm paying for this) on: May 22, 2005 03:19:25 AM
Hello,
I'm a design student, and my graduation show/Jury is coming up (June 22).
One of the projects I worked on is a motif for a textile company, who wanted to create a junior line.
I'd like to have this pattern printed on fabric for the show, instead of just on paper, and I was thinking of silkscreening it.
However since it's really intricate, I can't handcut it to create the screen, but I think it could be burnt (insolated?) on emulsion.
I don't have the equipement for this so I was wondering if anyone would be willing to create the screen for me, and I'll do the printing (I want to do a few color variations on different fabrics).
Off course I would pay you for this (or make you a custom something in felt if you'd prefer).
Here is what the motif looks like:

Click for close-up.
The level of detail is pretty high, so I'd need something like 150 count polyester mesh... I think.

Anyone interested? Or maybe you know someone who would be willing to do this?
The screen would have to be a bit bigger than a piece of computer paper (about 11 x 14 "). And it doesn't have to be perfect. I just want a nicer result than what I got with transfer paper.
Thank you!
4  FIBER ARTS / Felting: Discussion and Questions / Re: Tutorial: Felt beads on: May 17, 2005 01:22:48 AM
New beads made with wool and silk. The silk felts into this little marble looking shiny web ontop of the wool bead.


I made these to demonstrate the things that could be done with the kits I put together
5  FIBER ARTS / Felting: Discussion and Questions / Re: Tutorial: Felt beads on: May 11, 2005 11:23:37 AM
Wow! Rachelyra that's gorgeous! I can't wait to see it when it's done. Hehe and I love the shoes you picked to match.

Stargirl52 , of course you should come along to visit me!
6  FIBER ARTS / Felting: Discussion and Questions / Re: Tutorial: Felt beads on: May 10, 2005 12:09:19 AM
nikki, if you come over to France, let me know and we'll have a mad bead felting party! ( Although I'm very possibly moving to the Netherlands this summer, but anyways.)
7  FIBER ARTS / Felting: Discussion and Questions / Re: Tutorial: Felt beads on: May 09, 2005 09:47:58 AM
oh *blush* thank you guys!
stargirl, I had to look up the green jealousy/envy green, because we don't have this saying in french, but now that I do get the pun, I like it  ;-D
8  FIBER ARTS / Felting: Discussion and Questions / Re: Tutorial: Felt beads on: May 09, 2005 12:37:42 AM
Oh I'd love to see your beads! Do you have a picture somewhere? (maybe I missed them but I didn't see any in your post). I'm glad you're still up for this idea. When's your big day?
9  FIBER ARTS / Felting: Discussion and Questions / Re: Tutorial: Felt beads on: May 08, 2005 01:23:41 PM
Thank you rabid.dustbunny! (Sadly they actually turn brown in the winter).
10  FIBER ARTS / Felting: Discussion and Questions / Re: Tutorial: Felt beads on: April 13, 2005 01:08:02 PM
Hey all,
I thought I'd revive this old thread with a picture of a fat necklace I felted last week.

Huge beads are fun too because they're very lightweight, so you can make really big jewelry that won't strain your neck :-)
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