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Monday, September 19, 2016

"Inspired" fitted felt

I have been thinking about a new workshop in garment making. 
I have thought that felt jackets often look baggy around the arm. 
So now I have found a way to make fitted felt. 
This one was inspired by "Game of Thrones".  Many hours of rivetting fun. 


Els said...

Oh my Pam, that's gorgeous !!!

Pam de Groot said...

Thanks Els. It was a while before the whole idea came out but worth it in the end.

Ada Williamson said...

I'm a watercolour artist myself, but have dabbled in sashiko embroidery, and alabama chanin (for personal use), but just love the colours and creativity of all your work!!

Jo Potter said...

Oh wow! What a beautiful fitted jacket. I never knew that felt could be made into lovely clothing like this. Glad I have found your blog. I will be back to see more.

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Anonymous said...

Pam, it’s been years, love your work as always, this is so cool, love Marlene Innes


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