* felt slipcover

Posted on September 29th, 2007 by maitreya. Filed under Sewing/Fabric Crafts.

I’m a big fan of Obsessive Consumption, both because I think her projects are interesting, and because her drawing style is really appealing to me. I only recently noticed that she’s been publishing a monthly zine, so I splurged (lol, irony) and bought all the backissues. They’re so pretty they deserved a slipcover, so I glued together another box with my precious thick felt I got in Switzerland last summer.


3 Responses to “felt slipcover”

  1. Tsoniki Says:

    That is a seriously cool box! I’m headed to the blog you mentioned and your other posts with the box in hopes of finding instructions. LOL

  2. Tsoniki Says:

    Back – LOL I’ve seen the other boxes and remember you saying wait for the book! I’m tired, obviously. :P

  3. Christine Says:

    This is beautiful, just picked up felting and can only make tiny projects. What an inspiration.
    On my way to her blog!


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