Cobweb Felted Scarves

Continuing in my cobweb felting mode... I'm having a challenge getting the density of wool as lacy as I want it! I'm always afraid of pulling the wool apart too much when I'm laying it out, and often end up not separating the fibers enough. 

This scarf is just about right though, being very sheer and airy. My base wool was a blended white and black roving, to which I added strips of teal and a fine mohair yarn.

This scarf is available at Waverly Artists Gallery

The one below is a bit denser than I wanted but I think it's still a pretty scarf. I added some silk fibers (the shiny, wiggly stuff) for some pop, and more of the black  mohair yarn. For a more subdued look, the 'B' side is kinda cool too!

This will be available at Village Art Circle for Final Friday




An evening of art spiced with live music, good food and lively conversation. Join us!

Village Art Circle

Chinese Brush Painting Exhibit: January 30th - Feburary 25th

To celebrate the Year of the Ram (pronounced Yang), the Village Art Circle proudly hosts its 2nd Chinese Brush Paiting Exhibit.  The show will feature paintings of member artist Loretta Moskal and her students.

Ashworth Village, 200 S Academy Street, Suite 130

Waverly Artists Gallery

New Work for the New Year
Over the holidays our artists have been creating new work and freshening up the gallery so be ready for some changes! 
Some of our new work will include special small paintings for your Valentine's sweetheart and a brand new series of paintings by Gary Bradley exploring the Cotton Farms of North Carolina.

302 Colonades Way, Suite 209.
At Waverly Place Shopping Center (corner of Tryon and Kildaire Farm Rd), behind the flag poles.