This Feltarelle 1 combines different types of wool and felting techniques. In this case, for example, the Shibori technique is used. You could call it painting with wool. The name feltarelle is derived from watercolor (aquarelle).
Both the “canvas” and the actual image are made from, by ourselves, selected and carded fleeces. Sometimes this comes from shepherds or shearers from the neighborhood, sometimes we take something with us from our holidays. In this way we always know how to get our hands on fun but especially unique materials for our products.
A feltarelle from No Trace is provided with a recycled frame. Sometimes these are old existing frames, sometimes they are made of residual wood. The hanging arch is supplied separately so that everyone can decide for themselves what the top will be.
Each feltarelle is a unique product. An outcome can never be guaranteed. However, if you have a request for a certain size, use of a certain technique, wool type or color scheme, you can of course always, and without obligation, contact us.
We are happy to help you shape your ideas.
If you are looking for more wool products, be sure to take a look at our felt coats and bird picking houses. The natural care products of Salix Moon Apothecary, Wilma Naturprodukter and Grandpa Soap Company are also worthwhile. All these products can be found in the store of No Trace Crafts & School.