The beautiful Silk Satin Devore incorporated into this felt hat takes it to a higher level. The fabric is repurposed from a beautiful dress I found in a consignment store on a trip to Florida. Not too many silk dresses at consignment stores in western Montana. The trim was inspired by a felt jewelry class I am currently taking from Deb Koesters. Always more to learn.
Silk Satin Devore Felt Hat & Scarf
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I have been working with natural fibers to create fiber art for 30 years. My main focus is on felting and creating felt hoods to create one-of-a-kind millinery hats. I also love make seamless felt garments, and a wide range of felt items. After all, you can make almost anything out of felt. View more posts
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I have this one of a kind scarf to my best friend for her birthday. Judy mailed it directly for me and added a card describing her techniques.
Here is my friend’s reaction:
You are too much!
I got my birthday present and LOVE,LOVE, LOVE it❣Wow! Judith is an amazing artist. I’ve never seen anything like this gorgeous scarf, a magnificent piece of beautiful wearable art.
Carol went gaga over it. She immediately looked up the artist and is going to order a scarf for her sister.
Thank you for such a thoughtful gift!
You know I love my scarfs. I have never had one as beautiful.
Thanks so much for the kind words Margaret. So glad your friend was pleased.