Before and After

BEFORE



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AFTER



I hope you enjoy looking at this transformation as much as I enjoyed cutting it up and reclaiming it...

I am keeping this one for myself :)



Today we have have been graced with a rainbow and then a fierce hail storm, I love days like these.....

m x

9 comments:

yvette said...

Miriam, I can understand the joy and your being proud about the before and after, it's gorgeous!
Yes the piece on my blog is nunofelt..pongé and handyed merino and silk mixture
have a good time today
yvette

Sherrin said...

yay! this one's great Mimbo! :o) (btw, you're commenting as Tom at the moment...?)

piecesofyou said...

What a transformation! I especially like the seam detailing on the back

crafty said...

Fab! I love the before and after.

Gina said...

Ohhhh... wow! You are a superstar. I have no idea how you got from A to B, that's quite amazing to me. I picked up some tops for felting last week at Savers but I think I need some tips from you, particularly about shaping them, and how to felt them properly!!
PS I was away last Sat, will drop in this Sat if you're working. Or even if you're not!

polly pratt said...

Hi,
This looks fantastic,not surprised your keeping it. I took a photo of that rainbow it looked amazing so clear. See you tomorrow.

T said...

How creative Miriam. Glad to see you are keeping it for yourself, it is beautiful.

Gina said...

Hi Mim! Yes, I met Mel at Olive grove on Friday, when I dropped in because I really wanted to see this amazing transformation of yours in the flesh. I was a little sad to hear you were keeping it for yourself because I wanted to see if it worked for me... but hey I can always commission you to make me something right!
I'd bought something of Mel's before, but when I saw her at the markets I splurged on one of her lovely tunics. Genius.

Bird Bath said...

I've only just started to experiment with felted jumpers this week - I am in awe of this vest. The birdie stitching and asymetrical design are especially awesome. So inpiring!