There were 3 of us who demonstrated the technique but we each used a different way of doing it.
These are the pieces that I made.
The first one is made from pieces of a silk dress.
The patterned fabric was the dress and the plain pink was the lining.
I used the lining as the base and then added the wool tops in two layers and then added the printed fabric on the top.
I used bubble wrap for the felting process and felted it until I had achieved the desired effect.
Here is the reverse of the above piece.
What I intend doing is stitching around the patterns with perle thread in the same colours as the patterns-----and then using the back as the front.
The patterned piece will be base for my design element.
These two pieces are made out of a silk scarfe which was black with off white flowers.
The base fabric is black cotton Voile and the wool tops are black as well.
I intend stitching on these but I am unsure as to how I will do it yet.
I thought that I would make a landscape scene--the top piece is blue silk with white wool scattered to look like clouds.
Next are the hills/mountains and then the foreground.
I used wool tops for this and some throwsters waste as well.
I used white wool tops between the two layers of silk.
The scarfe was a bit torn in places but it felted really well.
I think this will be a needle case.