50% of the price of this product will be transferred to humanitarian aid to Ukraine.
One of the ways to support Ukrainians and help to resist the Russian army is to buy from artists who send money to local humanitarian organizations. I will provide a financial report on the transfer of money on demand.
A Felted Pumpkin pillow is a great addition for interior decorating and sure to make a wonderful toy for your kids. Not just in Autumn, but year-round as orange is the color of happiness.
The Pumpkin pillow video tutorial would be interesting and useful for your future work.
100 g orange carded wool (or sliver, roving) up to 26-28 microns
20 g green carded wool (for pumpkin stem)
Viscose (rayon) or silk/ linen/ hemp fibers of your choice 10g
Cheesecloth 20" x 41" ( 50 x 102 cm)
Holofiber 300g+ depending on size
Long upholstery needles
For resist - thick plastic sheet or thin foam underlayment
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Love this woolen stuff, the colors are so soft and beautiful. Workmanship is outstanding.
Absolutely beautiful work. She is brilliant. Took my dream what I gave her in a picture and made it real. Thank you so much
This artist is highly recommended. Everything will be done to make customer happy. The yarn, and wool soft and light , as cloud . I hope Natalia will make another order for me. I fill addicted to her art already
designer, fiber artist
Glad to see you in my warm Textile Universe!
My name is Natalia. I am a fiber artist – weaver, knitter and felt maker.
For 16 years I have made various warm, beautiful and unique things using organic wool and fine fibers only. Every item in my store is eco friendly, handmade and one of a kind.
I work manually, with minimal mechanization of the process, without any electric or felt machines and that fills every textile object make with very positive and warm energy.
I collect materials for my work from all over the globe. The wool comes from Australia, New Zealand, the UK, Peru, Italy, Spain, Hungary, Iceland, Norway, Mongolia and other countries. I get silk from China, Japan, Uzbekistan and India, antique lacework, buttons and beads from France, Germany, the Netherlands, Latvia, Lithuania… This is my boundless geography of fiber art.
An eco-friendly and cruelty free approach is particularly important to me in making my felted and woven fabrics, and I am proud of it.
Let's live in a green, clean and wonderful world!