Nuno-Felted Phone/Eyeglass Case with embroidery



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I used some random left over scraps of pre-felt and silk strips when making this. It was a perfect palette for doing random embroidery when completed.

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I love that green and purple together. And I like the organic look of the embroidery.

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Wonderful! It looks like a science experiment on the forest floor (or something like that).

I love the way the silk strips look - I might have to steal that idea. :slight_smile:

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That is so pretty! Love the colours and the embroidery you did!

Great work! Thanks for sharing.

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Well, I had to google “Nuno felting”. :grin:

Seriously impressed with yours!!!

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This is so beautiful! The color palette is fantastic. Well done.

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I love the organic look of the details!

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Yummy texture and colors!

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Gorgeous work, and I love the colours too!

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It’s lovely, and feels lively. It reminds me of a garden. :bug::leaves: Beautiful place to be.

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Beautiful! I love your botanical themed eyeglass case.

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Greens and purples is my favorite color combination and I absolutely LOVE this. Excellent work and lovely design.

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All the details are so gorgeous! I love that it’s such a beautiful but functional piece.

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Lovely! Really love the organic feel of the whole piece!

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Lovely, great colors and love the embroidery

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I love seeing the underside for sure! All the happy little stitches and feltiness! and the colors are MY JAM!

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Here’s the front and back of another nuno felted piece. I haven’t made it into anything, just have the cloth (which is cotton) & the felt. It makes for a nice cushioned cloth which is why it is so nice for eyeglass or phone cases.

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It should lend itself well to some embroidery.

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Really cute case, I love the random embroideries, and the colour combinations

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It’s so interesting to look at, like leaves and… bacteria? Amoeba? So cool.

Sort of a forest floor petri dish! :wink::deciduous_tree: