The Art of Felting

Nuno Felting 

Intensive and ancient technique that combines wool and any other natural fabric, only with the use of hot water and soap. Felt is created in fact when wool is subjected to heat, moisture, and pressure. Hot water and soap activate the felting process by allowing the individual fiber threads to chemically bond. By applying intensive labor the process becomes irreversible. 

Shibori Felting 

Intensive and ancient technique that combines wool and any other natural fabric, only with the use of hot water and soap. Felt is created in fact when wool is subjected to heat, moisture, and pressure. Hot water and soap activate the felting process by allowing the individual fiber threads to chemically bond. By applying intensive labor the process becomes irreversible. The addition of the shibori technique allows for a tridimensional effect, bringing more movement and complexity to the pieces. 

Ecoprint

An art that uses leaves, flowers and branches to naturally dye and shape silk fabrics and felt. Part of the process is felting, which is created when wool is subjected to heat, moisture, and pressure. Hot water and soap activate the felting process by allowing the individual fiber threads to chemically bond. By applying intensive labor the process becomes irreversible. No sticking or sewing involved.

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