Having not made a new piece of felt since (gulp) April/May, I finally got on with it! It is based on a view out to sea at Saltfleetby, on the Lincolnshire coast, looking over the mud which was covered with purple sea lavender. I added some silk thread at the front to emphasise the clumps of plants. This photo shows the piece in all its soft fluffiness, before being felted.
After felting, it loses the fluffiness but becomes more defined. I think it has a bit of an Impressionist feel to it. The horizon went a bit more wobbly than I would have liked, but that's the joy of felt making - the wool decides what it is going to do, despite the maker's best efforts to coax it into position. I think it needs a bit of embroidery although I haven't decided quite what yet. I shall make another one and then choose the one to go to America as part of the Peace Felt project.
Having started making felt again, I need to continue as I have missed it over the last few months.