Feltmaking is an ancient technique. You add warm soapwater to the wool, press and rub the wool and the fibres will tighten into a felted textile material. With my felt techniques you can felt sculptural objects by building up a form from dry wool using the felt needle to fasten the wool. You can then… [Read more...]
On this FREE course you will learn how to needle-felt a hand that you can use for many different needled dolls. The hand is attached to an arm that is made in a new technique that I have developed. It makes it very movable and good for using the dolls as “actors”. The online course… [Read more...]
I have developed a number of felt techniques and on my courses we work with these techniques in different ways. Click here to see a list of future courses (the list is only available in Danish). The courses can include one or more of the following elements: Sculptural felting These courses can be organized in different ways.… [Read more...]
I had my first exhibiton in 1986. I have had exhibitions at museums, in galleries and at different events, including: Gallery Röda Tråden, Malmö, Sweden. Gallery Kirke Sonnerup Kunsthåndværk. Kunstindustrimuseet (the Danish museum of arts and crafts), Copenhagen. The art association, Nordic Brown Boveri, Copenhagen. Gallery Dragsholm Castle. Musée du Feutre, Mouzon, France. Gallery Rådhusgalleriet,… [Read more...]
Doll Of The Month
At the beginning of every month I publish my doll of the month with a description of how it was made and with a lot of pictures. Some of the dolls are for sale.
I have published a number of books about different feltmaking techniques and many of the books - including my latest books - are available in English.