I can make about two of these flowers per day. I will eventually stop churning out felt flowers and move on to something else. (I’m anxious to start working with polymer clay again.) But there’s something very seductive about fiber. I guess it’s the tactile quality… and the colors, of course. If you’re in Chicago the first of this December, you’ll be able to purchase these little lovelies at my booth at the One of a Kind Show.


4 responses

  1. Hi Debra–Just joined your mailing list…I have “friended” Ronna Sarvas Weltman, who entered a post about you on Facebook about 10 days ago. I wasn’t familiar with your work (I’m a professional polymer clay artist as well) and was intrigued with her recommendation of your work. Went to your site and was really “blown away” by your pieces. They are absolutely fabulous, and original. I’d love to see them “in person.” I also adore your felt flowers (above) and use of felt with polymer. You have a wonderful color sense, as well as an engaging sense of whimsy! Where are you located? I live in Connecticut (near NYC) and visit most of the craft shows in the area. Do you have plans to do a show on the East Coast this year? Are you going to be doing the “One-of-a-Kind” show in NYC? Laura Appelman


  2. These are beautiful. I prefer to visit Chicago when there is no chance of snow so I’m afraid I’ll miss the show in December. Are you selling them anywhere else?


  3. Thanks, Lisa! I’m not selling them anywhere else yet because I need inventory for the show. But maybe if I have enough I’ll sell them online eventually.


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