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A simple and elegant wet felt project that takes only a
few ounces of fiber and silk gauze. Merino
wool top is perfect to keep the shawl or scarf lightweight.
Instructions are $5.00
see nuno shawls and scarves made by Barbara
|Designer Suzanne Pufpaff says, "Shawls are a perennial favorite
as a clothing accessory. A handmade shawl can be a fashion statement or
a gift. It can be a great way to keep warm on those in between days or nights
when a substantial garment would be too much." This is a quick
and easy way to make a shawl in a day using a square of silk gauze, a few
ounces of fiber and a few sprinkles of dye.
The dye step may be skipped and use the white silk as is. The picture at left shows the cover photo of Suzanne's instructions. You follow the layout and design steps which have very good graphics for placement of the fiber and rolling the scarf to felt the fibers. You need 2 to 4 ounces of fine grade wool for a shawl.
Separate Instructions for Nuno Felt Scarf below.
|Silk gauze for Nuno Felt Silk Shawl.
The 3 mm silk gauze is 45 inches wide by 45 inches long. $9.95
Jacquard Dyes are great to dye silk. Instructions for Nuno Scarves
|Silk gauze for Nuno Felt Silk Scarf.
The 3 mm silk gauze is 10 inches wide by 66 inches long. $5.99
|This very soft Scarf is a 63% silk and 37% wool blend fabric with hand hemmed edges. The weight is 12.5mm with a diagonal weave for a flowing drape. Shrinkage is less than the silk gauze or silk chiffon. The size is 11 inch by 60 inch and can be dyed or painted with any product made for silk such as the Jacquard Dyes. 63% Silk and 37% Wool Scarf is $14.99||
For Needle Felting
|Simple and Elegant Laminated Felt Scarves
by Suzanne Pufpaff, also known as Nuno Scarves.You may never have dyed
or felted fiber before, she gives you all the steps to create a scarf Uniquely
The dye step may be skipped and use the white silk as is. The picture at left shows several scarves done on the white gauze and on dyed gauze. You follow the layout and design steps which have very good graphics for placement of the fiber and rolling the scarf to felt the fibers. Instructions are $5.00