Busy Summer at the Felting Studio

It has been such a busy summer here at our fiber teaching & retail studio, and at the woodworking shop too! When Robbin is not teaching a class on felting, she is either making kits, creating samples for upcoming classes, filling orders of felt scarves and wraps for her galleries, hand-dyeing silk scarves, attending to visitors and customers, or experimenting with new designs. And Harry has been very busy making many new Palm Washboards, from the Original, to the Mini, the Rounded, and the Edge. He has been making his one-of-a-kind shawl sticks and shawl pins too! Robbin and Harry have also been working behind the scenes on a brand new addition to the Palm Washboard family. Shhhh….this secret tool is not out of the bag yet, but here is a hint — it is BIG!

Below are a few pictures of Robbin’s recent nuno-felted and wet-felted cowls and scarves, as well as Harry’s latest woodworked creations.

Hand-dyed silk scarves, scarves, and cowls by Robbin Firth


Robbin Firth’s recent nuno-felted and hand-dyed scarves
Recently made by Harry Firth of HeartFelt Silks – Palm Washboards, and one-of-a-kind shawl pins made of many kinds of Minnesota hardwoods.

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