VARious Things

December 28, 2013

Passion for Felted Slippers

It seems that recently I'm in slipper felting... So - felted slippers. The decoration was made of two different buttons: vintage find from my grandmother's treasury box and some new one that resembles the moon surface. 
Available at

November 9, 2013

Keep It Warm

When the autumn ends, when the winter is so near, my arms need warmth and coziness...

The arm warmers are available on Etsy

September 23, 2013

Autumn Harvest

This autumn harvest - some of my pumpkins and more...
I really love love love gardening! Pumpkins, various kinds of basil, beans, courgettes, onions, and much more were in my garden this year. Hope the next year my harvest will be even larger - huge thanks to perhaps the best seed seller in the world - SEEDPARADE

August 30, 2013

Where the Wind Blows...

Just where the wind blows...You can feel it, you can touch it, you can even smell it....

photo: me, Vaida Petreikis
felted dress: Aurelija Masiulionyte (available at )

Aurelija is really great felt artist and person, who inspired me and encouraged me for felting experiments. So... Some news are coming soon - maybe dresses, maybe something more.

June 16, 2013

Sorting the Fibers...

Sometimes my floor looks quite interesting.... :)
Just after sorting dyed banana fiber.

April 2, 2013

Spring Flowers

"It's spring fever. That is what the name of it is. And when you've got it, you want - oh, you don't quite know what it is you do want, but it just fairly makes your heart ache, you want it so!"
 ~Mark Twain

Thanks to Anda Toma for the feature!


April 1, 2013

Grey Labyrinth

Get lost in more mazes of folded fabrics, books, ceramics, and silver, all in subtle shades of grey.
as moods & appetites tell us:
• For her Wound Collection, Marit Fujiwara took old books and magazines, twisted by being exposed to the elements, and transformed them into dresses that look like they’re made of pearly-grey, delicately folded silk.
• Bronia Sawyer’s Book Birds have feathers made of tightly-rolled old books.
• Jun Mitani is a computer engineer who also creates origami, like this Rosette that appears to be spinning in perfect symmetry.
• Wendy Edsall-Kerwin’s Cuff is oxidized silver folded into a leaf-like shape.
• Carol Barclay’s Porcelain Bowl has a pearly-white glaze and wavy rim reminiscent of a sea shell.
• Susanne Hu’s Bag looks like an origami boat made from soft folds of charcoal fabric.
• Anita Leechor’s Earrings are lightweight and playful origami balls dangling from silver chains.
• Anita Feng’s Raku Sculpture recreates the dynamic power of a tsunami wave.
• Manuela’s Bangle is made of grey or black bookbinding paper, folded into a geometric pattern of interlocking squares.
• Vaida’s Shawl is hand-felted into dramatic, charcoal grey ruffles that envelop your shoulders.
• Sandra Zacharia’s Earrings are spirals of sterling silver that are burnished and hammered to give them a worn look.

My shawl - the other look

February 16, 2013


Simple, minimalistic bracelet with small hand felted bead.
Purely my style. 
Love to make such kind of things.
Love to wear such kind of things.

February 4, 2013

Mountain Mama

My work was featured by Brandi Powell. Thanks!

As stated there:
"These felt fin­ger­less gloves by Vart look so cozy and soft. The fact that they are some­what mar­bled makes them even more ver­sa­tile. These would be the per­fect addi­tion to a win­ter wardrobe."

Don't forget to visit their shop on Etsy:

As well as the other shops presented in this blog post:
1. Racey­tay , 2. Vart (me), 3. Pigeon Toe Ceram­ics , 4. By Beep .