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Rachel Richardson - Artisan

Knitcraft
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Knitcraft

I am a creative soul who loves to craft. I have an education in design, and I am a seller of craft goods. Whether it's drawing with pen and paper or designing on the computer, I always like to have a project on the go. My favourite crafts being Pyrography and needle felting.

My experience in pyrography and needle felting has been honed through years of practice and experimentation. Seven years ago I tried pyrography and fell in love with the craft. I love the handmade feel it gives to a project. Over the years I have produced pieces that have been featured on the Hobbycraft blog and in store to advertise products. I have also had the pleasure of completing several pyrography commissions for clients, which has given me the opportunity to create personalised and meaningful designs that reflect their unique styles and preferences.

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Needle Felted Grinch Head
This fuzzy Grinch head was created using a polystyrene head as a base and built up with core wool. Then when the shape was right, detail was added with coloured wool roving.
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Needle Felted Snowman and the Snow Dog
Using a polystyrene wreath as a base wool roving was wrapped to create the night sky and snowy ground. Using core wool, the 3D snowman and snow dog was made and detail added using coloured wool roving.
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Pyrography Elephant
This beautifully detailed elephant was created onto a plywood canvas. The design was transferred from paper to board using Tracedown, then burned with a pyrography pen tool.
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