Friday, May 13, 2016


dyed wool roving, wool locks, recycled wet felted pieces leftovers, & handspun yarns

Before I show off the incredible felt 3-D structures these kids made recently,
I want to show their sweet little experiments in needlefelting.

If you've never tried the technique,
you start off with soft wool roving in various colors
and you punch threw it to tangle & dry felt it with a very sharp multi-barbed needle.
It's super fun & addicting but a bit scary.
Fortunately nobody was injured this year  :)
Here are all 8 of their prelims.

Senior William Kim

Senior Liana Chie

Senior Antoniette Jabat

Senior Hazel Cruz

Junior Shreya Sheth

Senior Kristine Luong

Junior Jacqueline Yu

Senior Amber Wu

The students not only used wool roving but handspun yarns, wool locks & wet felted leftovers
for a variety of textures.

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