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I have thought long and hard about blogging. I follow a variety of blogs covering a vast array of topics, ranging from design to metalsmithing, from felting to gocco printing. One thing I love is to come across a great tutorial that gives you a glimpse of the day to day workings of an artist. To see a work in progress is something that I cherish. Watching it come to life step by step.

I hope to be able to provide you with just that… a hint of what goes on in my day to day life making the things I love. Stay tuned for more…. and feel free to let me know what you might like to see!

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  1. Hello Cynthia,
    I have found out about your amazing and inspiring work thanks to the FeltUnited website.
    I must admit that I am trying not to turn green with envy because I wish I had such a beautiful studio somewhere in Norway too, sigh!
    Keep up the excellent work, best wishes, Paola

  2. Thank you for your kind words Paola. FeltUnited is a labour of love. I hope you join in!
    I just took a look at your photography, beautiful!
    Warm regards,
    Cynthia

  3. Found your blog by way of email on the Feltmaker’s list. I loved your response to ****’s post. I, too, was laughing so hard that I almost fell off my chair. Isn’t it nice to know that we all have those days!

    Anyway, the real reason I’m writing, is to tell you how much I love your work, and how envious I am of your beautiful studio. So neat and tidy. Please tell me that it doesn’t always look that way. Mine looks like a tornado blew through and unfortunately it’s spreading throughout the whole house! Yikes, better get cleaning!

    Take care,
    Dawn

    • Yes Dawn, we all have those days! Trust me ūüôā
      Thank you for the lovely compliments. No, the studio is not always that tidy! I am a messy artist. I think it comes with the territory.. at least that is my excuse! I often have a pile of projects underway all at the same time – while felt is drying I am often developing photopolymer or have the kiln running full tilt in the middle of room. Having an open studio is a blessing in that it makes me get everything organized regularly. I am hoping that the need to takes photos for this blog may help me keep things a little more organized on a daily basis.
      Take care, and thanks for the interest in my work,
      Cynthia

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