feltwork


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feltwork

 [felt´werk]
a complex of closely interwoven fibers, as of nerve fibers.

felt·work

(felt'wŏrk),
1. A fibrous network.
2. A close plexus of nerve fibrils.

felt·work

(felt'wŏrk)
1. A fibrous network.
2. A close plexus of nerve fibrils.
See: neuropil
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Each exhibition in Gallery 3 will be varied, ranging from the embroidery and textile creations of O2 Textiles, the funky feltwork of Ruth Packham and the inimitable work of Ruth Jen Evans' and her "Welsh Ladies".
PORTHCAWL | Feltwork by Pat Johnson at Silures Gallery until Sunday.
Scuba divers collected benthic animals and samples of benthic substratum (a feltwork of mud and sponge spicules) at depths of 10 to 25 m from a site beneath the multiyear surface sea ice adjacent to the station.
PATRICIA Hopwell's feltwork inspired by the sea and coastal life continues at Venue Cymru, Llandudno until February 28.
Feltwork, ceramics and jewellery were exhibited in the Upper Waiting Hall as part of the Craft=Skills for Life pilot project, which explores practical craftwork as an aid to learning and achievement.
ARTWORK: Holmfirth artist Olivia Barnden with two pieces of feltwork, Reindeer and Carol Singers
As I said before, I raised sheep before and used their wool for feltwork, but could never master the art of using a drop spindle.
Other elderly householders have been put under pressure by workmen saying fascia, roofing and feltwork needed repairing.