I love Felting !!

Cuba, NY, United States
I belong to a private association, the Global Information Network Members and Affiliates help each other in all areas of life. This association has made a HUGE impact on my life every single day! I am also fiber artist, working in the ancient craft of felting. If you have any questions about felting, I would love to be of help! I use various felting techniques and I sell my works at My Art Fire Studio and My Etsy Studio and sell my photography at My RedBubble Studio and My Zazzle Studio

Felt4Ewe's Zazzle Store

Felt4Ewe's Artfire Studio

Tuesday, July 6, 2010

Small investment, HUGE Profit!

I now belong to an association named the Global Information Network. It is an organization that is all about personal growth through sharing information between members. This organization has truly transformed my life!

Right now, the organization is sponsoring a Summer Bonanza, which allows anyone who joins in the month of July, to reap tremendous profit, simply by being a member. Click on the title of this post to go to an audio with a complete description of the entire offer. You WILL earn 115% on what you invest, in a matter of 24 months! If you decide you'd like to take advantage of this phenomenal, ridiculously easy investment, please join this month! You will need a code to join. Enter code: powerwithin

I want to share the wealth, and the other truly unbelievable benefits of belonging to the Global Information Network! Again, this is the Summer Bonanza, and is only being offered this month, July, 2010.

Don't let anyone steal your dreams, including yourself!

Thank you, and may you prosper in all ways in life!

If you have any questions, please post a comment!

Monday, November 23, 2009

Giving to my fellow felters!

If you haven't joined "Working With Felt", you should! It's a wonderful place to meet other felters, share ideas, learn, expose your works, teach others, and participate in challenges. The current challenge is Christmas Freestyle with Sara Millis, for which anyone can participate. You'll create a Christmas Stocking, using any felting technique, style, etc. you wish. Have fun and spread holiday cheer! Just click on my post title to go to "Working With Felt" now.

Sunday, November 22, 2009

Writer's cramp?

It's been a very long while since I've posted anything on my blog! I'm calling it writer's cramp. I won't go into details of why I've had such a long duration of writer's cramp, but I'm here now. Not sure why I picked today to be the day I got back to it either, it just happened. So hello again everyone!

I'm looking forward to the joyous season of giving and I'm hoping I'll be able to give more than I receive. To start off my spirit of giving, I have a promotion at my Artfire Studio, http://www.artfire.com/users/Felt4Ewe . Feel free to check it out.

For Thanksgiving, I will be working my "real" job, so I'm cooking our bird on Tuesday, with all the trimmings. I LOVE Thanksgiving dinner, and always make plenty so it can be repeated several times and dinner guests can take some home with them. On Monday I'll do lots of prep work, and bake pumpkin and apple pies. We'll have a couple of friends joining us for Thanksgiving dinner, and I am so grateful that I can share this wonderful meal with them. I wish that our families were able to be here, but the memories of a multitude of Thanksgivings shared with all of them will be on my mind this year; they are not forgotten!

I hope for all to have a happily memorable Thanksgiving this year.

Moving forward, I'll be writing about the giving spirit of the season. It may be about things I'm doing, or about the giving spirit of others that I appreciate. Many of you out there will be in the giving spirit as well, and I'd love to hear about how you're devoting yourselves to the spirit of giving this season. Joyful, Joyful giving to all!

Friday, March 6, 2009

Nuno Felt Spring Scarf Challenge

I belong to a social network on ning, called "Working with felt", and recently they introduced a nuno felt Spring Scarf Challenge. I wanted to spread the word, and invite other felters, or those wanting to learn this technique, to join in. You need to become a member of the site to participate, but it's a great way to share, learn, and enjoy felting! Go here to join and view the challenge: http://workingwithfelt.ning.com/forum/topics/have-a-go-challenge-create-a

I'm not sure I'll get time away from my day job to participate, but hopefully I can!

Wednesday, February 18, 2009

I was Artfire fiber artist of the week!

Valerie's Gallery did a post, and listed me as Artfire fiber artist of the week, featuring my felted artworks, on her blog at http://feltedtreasures.blogspot.com/2009/02/artfire-fiber-artist-of-week-felt4ewe.html

I was so pleased to find out about it when I received a google alert in my e-mail. Big ol' bunch of kudos to Valerie for including me at her blog!

Tuesday, January 27, 2009

Is Congress the ultimate bureaucracy?

After listening to news today about the meeting President Obama had with members of our legislative branch, I'm beginning to think that Congress is the ultimate bureaucracy. President Obama appears to be doing his part to be non-partisan, to consider all ideas and come up with the best plan to help improve our ailing and failing economy. He talked, also listened, and even took envelopes which contained specific ideas Congress members would like to see happen with the stimulus package. Much of what came out of that meeting is under consideration by the Obama administration. But what I've seen come from Congress, is that the members seemed to be able to have meaningful discussion with President Obama, but they don't seem to be able to do this amongst fellow members. They all talk, it seems no one listens, and then in the end they still disagree. Democrats write legislation and seem to expect the Republicans to just go along and approve it. The Republicans automatically disapprove because they weren't in on the writing of the bill, or because none of their ideas or concerns were considered. So why do they even discuss it? What are they accomplishing? Both parties must change their ways, must begin to hear each other, must be willing to bend. I just wonder what is going on in their minds and behind closed doors that we don't hear. Who are they representing? I don't feel very well represented by Congress. How about you?

And so I found this saying that sums up my view of Congress today:

Dealing with bureaucracy is like trying to nail jelly to the wall.
- John F. Kennedy

I say the word "Congress" can very easily be inserted to replace the word "bureaucracy", and have the same impact.

Interesting who the author is, isn't it?

Thursday, January 15, 2009

New Web Ring for Felters!

I've just created a ring on ringsurf for felters. If you're a felt-aholic, please join Felt-aholics ring! Great way to find each other and get your blog or website noticed! There are lots of fiber arts groups, and some for just needle felters, but not so many for all felters. I decided we should have a place to share our sites. It's pretty bare right now, but I'm sure it will grow, and I'll get to adding photos soon.