Monday, September 3, 2012

My students' nuno felt works 學生的nuno felt製作

Cheerful faces of my students with their  nuno felt works.
週末兩天與「香港知專設計學院」主辦的混絲戟絨工作坊完滿結束, 充滿熱誠學習的同學很有創意地製作了漂亮獨特以羊毛混絲的雪紡圍巾與飄逸夏衣,同類的工作坊在香港稀有舉辦, 可能香港人對羊毛工藝可以設計四季時尚衣飾未普及,希望透過工作坊讓多些人認識羊毛這可塑性甚高的工藝.
After a midnight storm, a sunny morning started my weekend nuno felt workshop in the Hong Kong Design Institute.


 
Explaining the use of my eco leave printed silk fabrics.
Demo on making  nuno felt summer top.
Students concentrating on their works.
Layering on chiffon to make a scarf.
Pattern design on a summer top
The curly raw fleece of Wensleydale I love.
Mulberry silk effect is nice.

Below are all the works done by the talented students.    




Wool felt is not only for cold season but also good for summer. With little wool we can do a light summer top.  To enhance it with the nuno felt textural surface is the highlight of the workshop. 


This is colorful with the feather-like. 
I provided all my eco leave printed fabrics just to make sure they will not "breeding" and they're "ooak".
What made the design "ooak" are the creative students themselves indeed. 
They're talented and aggressive even made all these beautiful pieces in the first  practice session.

Some individual pictures on my facebook
Light summer tops they made.
Thanks ladies for joining my class.  You're brillant and creative.
What also impressed the students were the eco leave prints and the seamless raw fleece vest of nuno felt. Yes, for myself I'm also addicted to eco print and wool felt inspired by others.  Hope to raise the creativity in the area.


My reversable vest.
  Will make another piece when cooler days drawing. 
Our Mid-Autumn festival is approaching.   Time flies.....
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26 comments:

  1. Wow! That must have been an amazing workshop.

    Dee

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  2. So many good students - the teacher must have been fantastic!

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  3. Sigh....I wish I could go on a course like yours. Fabulous makes by everyone.

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  4. this must be so exciting and satisfying for you, bringing your talent to the next level, instructing others, beautiful creations and such a lovely group of ladies,

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  5. Amazing and exceptional! May I take a class with you? SMILE . . . Congratulations to each of your students, their pieces are beautiful!

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  6. That looks like an awesome workshop - some seriously talented students there :)

    Plus - your cat is GORGEOUS!

    Sarah
    http://acatlikecuriosity.blogspot.co.uk

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  7. Wow Terri this looks like you all had an amazing workshop, everything is just so beautiful i could not pick a favorite, love them all and love your reversable vest :) xo

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  8. WOW Terrie - they are beautiful! You have lots of talented students there!! I'm going to give this a shout out on facebook!


    Thanks for linking to a Round Tuit!
    Hope you have a fabulous week!
    Jill @ Creating my way to Success
    http://www.jembellish.blogspot.com/

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  9. Your class looks like they are having a great time. Do you do this class often? Thanks for sharing all of the pictures. Really neat.

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    1. Thanks Amy, Enjoyed teaching the creative students. Run classes at times. Love to share.

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  10. What a wonderful turnout you had! Each creation is different, yet lovely in its own way.

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  11. Lovely! All the creations are gorgeous :-)

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  12. Terrie, I saw the happy faces of all of your students and I just knew there would be some creative and wonderful first-time projects....how could there not be, they had a wonderful teacher! Congratulations on this first class, it looks like all of the students learned a new art form and also made a friend with a common interest and love. Thank you for coming and visiting my blog and for the sweet things you say about my little grandson ♥
    (((HUGS))) Susanne

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    1. Thanks Susanne. Impressive and creative students indeed. Fun to share and raise the creativity of wool craft.

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  13. These are just stunning!

    Visiting you from the Newbie Party :)

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  14. Just gorgeous Terrie, the color, the texture and of course all the beautiful ladies making them. What a great teacher you are:) Thanks for sharing.

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  15. Thanks for your wonderful workshop. I learnt a lot from you and want to learn more and more about the wool felt. Please keep me post if you hv workshop.Thankyou, May

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  16. It looks like everyone had a great time. What beautiful creations!

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  17. Terriea--It looks like your students were as ambitious as you were when you were making four rings at a time on our last day in Portugal!
    Clearly, you have a talent for teaching feltmaking! Congratulations!! XXO-

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    1. Thanks Heather. Yes, a teacher a student! Wanna to make the most out of it. Enjoyed so much. Hope we can do again in Portugal next year!

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  18. What a great achievement, Terrie. It looks like your students are really happy and their work is amazing, must mean that you are a good teacher.

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  19. Wow!!! Totally fabulous!! What a wonderful large room to accommodate all the people! So thrilled for you to be teaching and sharing your wonderful art!

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  20. thanks for your comment about my boat. me and my family are living next to blue danube and i felted this little ship as an allegory for our family-life - the title means secure/snug in the wild waters of life. all my best regards, I will go on reading here - delia

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  21. Wow!!! What a wonderful turnout and creative work from your students. Thanks for sharing.

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  22. Hello Terry,
    I absolutely love your work and your students works! I wish I could be able to make something like this for myself!

    About the problem you have with "word verification": I had also this problem and I solve it this way: when Google ask you to connect with your mail and password, don't click on "stay connected".... By the way, I don't understand why they need all this word verifications. I've close it from my blog many time ago and I don't have any problem, no spamm is coming. Google has already a filter for spamming, there is no need for another. Try it and you'll see.
    Regards, Carmen from Italy
    http://marnero.blogspot.it

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  23. Beautiful. I have a link party on Wednesdays, and I would love it if you would link this and any other posts. It is called Wednesdays Adorned From Above Link Party. It runs from Wednesday to Sundays.
    http://www.adornedfromabove.com/2012/09/simple-anti-aging-moisturizer-and.html
    I hope to see you there. I am your newest follower, and I would love for your to follow me also. Have a great Day.
    Debi Bolocofsky
    Adorned From Above
    www.adornedfromabove.com

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