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My First Blog Post

Be yourself; Everyone else is already taken.

— Oscar Wilde.

69th Birthday in St Jean d’Angely

This is the first post on my new blog. I’m just getting this new blog going, so stay tuned for more. Subscribe below to get notified when I post new updates.

Contact me by email:feltingindevon@gmail.com

Hi, I’m Judi and I’ve decided to finally do the things in my life that I never got around to earlier, like felting and printmaking and ceramics. Generally, all the creative activities and I am having so much fun.
I’m so old, I no longer care if I make mistakes and miss perfection. I have  come across some really brilliant activities and I’m writing this Blog because I want to share these with you – as you might like them, too. I’m not the brightest or the best at any of them, but that’s not going to stop me!

Inside, where I live, I still feel youthful. I look in the mirror and I can see I’m somewhat deluded. I find that when I’m doing stuff like felting and painting I feel happy and absorbed. I guess some of you feel like that, too.

FeltingMy very first felt made with Jean Fenton

So far, I’ve come across wet felting, needle felting and nuno felting. There’s probably other types too but I’ve not yet met them. It’s all good.


Why? The colours of the wool rovings and cute little curly tops and the slinky silky fibres are a delight to just collect and put in a box. Better still, is getting them out, laying them down, lathering them up with soapy water and rubbing the hell out of them to work the magic. If it goes wrong, blame the soap or the temperature – when it turns out well, take a bow baby.Nuno felted scarfSlinky silky fibres

Because felting is such a good thing, I’m impelled to share the joy with you. I’m going to run a few felting workshops in Kennerleigh.

Another time, I’ll be posting about ceramics and my ceramic garden totems.Box of blue rovings

Words for today…from ee cummings i carry your heart

here is the deepest secret nobody knows
(here is the root of the root and the bud of the bud
and the sky of the sky of a tree called life;which grows
higher than soul can hope or mind can hide)
and this is the wonder that’s keeping the stars apart

i carry your heart(i carry it in my heart)

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10 comments

  1. annielynrosie EDITLooking forward to following your new blog Judi!Liked by youREPLY
  2. Felting in Devon EDITThank you so much. XLikeREPLY
  3. Alex EDITI look forward to following you in your creationsLikeREPLY
  4. asahaw EDITLook forward to following you in your creations, as I can spend hours creating!AlexLiked by youREPLY
  5. asahaw EDITI look forward to following you in your creations, as I can spend hours creating!
    AlexLikeREPLY
  6. kerrysmallbusiness EDITPlease keep blogging – I love your first post.Liked by youREPLY
    • Felting in Devon EDIT😘Hi Kerry, thank you so much. What a lovely person you are, spreading the joy! Funnily enough, I’m just writing a post about my sari silk slivers and some of the projects I’m planning. Do keep in touch and share your thoughts and creations. Judi LikeREPLY

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