Next exercise we layered wool roving and silk . This was a bit harder to do because we had to get the wool fibers to migrate through the silk.
Our next attempt used wool and silk "slubs". That's not what the silk is called, but I have forgotten already the correct name. This is what happens when you don't take time to make complete notes.
Notice that tail-like piece on the right? That was an exercise in creating felted tassels or rope. Our final exercise was to create some dimension. It is surprising what you can create with a bit of water, wool and bubble wrap.
Looks like a honeycomb. Here is a side view.
Until this workshop I had not attempted any felting, wet or otherwise. I enjoyed it, but will have to try needle felting to make a fair comparison.
Till the next time, create like no one is watching.