- Cover the table with towels or something absorbent. I now use a large welping pad which I bought on-line at Petco - got this terrific tip from Dawn Savage who I met at Jean Gauger's butterfly jacket workshop in Portland in May, 2013.
- Put down your bubble wrap or non skid rug pads which is what I now use. A great tip from Jean Gauger.
- Place painters plastic on top of the rug liner.
- Place your resist on top of the painter's plastic.
Work in process on the vest. The resist is between the layers and will be removed after extensive rolling.
Another reversible seamless nuno felted vest made using hand dyed fabrics, re-purposed garments and fabrics, pre-felts, vintage sari silk and more. I made the buttons from little stones which I collect on my travels. It looks just like granite so I'm calling it "Climbing Half Dome".
The vest is wetted out and ready for rolling. The resist is between the layers and will be removed once the garment starts to shrink and it has initially held together.
Another reversible seamless vest made with one layer of roving sandwiches between two layers of silk. One vintage button is used for the closure.