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Where I live
Kalispell, Montana
About me and my connection to fiber art & mixed media
I'm a fiber addict - I love to use a variety of fibers, fabrics, yarn, and whatever else comes to mind at the time to make one of a kind pieces. I wet felt, dry felt (needle felt), machine felt, FME, sew, embroider, and love to learn new techniques. So many ideas and so little time...
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Posted on November 27, 2007 at 6:23pm 0 Comments

I'm not sure that I'll manage to keep two blogs up and running. So please visit my blog here: http://ruthsfiberphotos.blogspot.com

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At 12:22pm on February 20, 2009, lulu5156 said…
What lovely work! I really enjoyed seeing your lovely pieces . . .
At 2:07pm on December 3, 2007, Annica Lindsten said…
I'm glad you like it! :-)
At 2:36am on December 3, 2007, Annica Lindsten said…
Hi Ruth,
Nice to find you here!
At 4:18pm on November 26, 2007, Adri de Vries Tadema said…
Hi Ruth,
I love the doll on the typewriter!
Is it felte?
Adri
At 9:21am on November 25, 2007, Maitri Libellule said…
Hi again Ruth, I think you found me!

And aren't Yorkies adorable. One of my dogs walks the most darling one and my aunt had one. I live with 5 parrots, 4 beta fish, one dog and three pug. Ha ha ha, pugs are not really dogs. They are some kind of curious little alien beings. A portion of the proceeds of my fiber work goes to Pug Rescue.

I see your discussion on dyeing wool. I will be dyeing a lot of wool this winter. It seems the perfect thing to do over winter when it's too cold to garden and you can dye while you sit down and do your fiber work, hopping up to check the dye pot every little while. Have fun! I love dyeing!

Blessings to you and yours,

Maitri
 
 
 

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