Announcement   Hi Everyone,

Thanks for making my Etsy Shop such a success!
And I especially want to thank you all for buying my Flying Vulva Decals.

I have some new Show Your Soul Postcards and have restocked my Show Your Soul posters too.

And I'll be making more of all kinds of potholders too. It's hard to keep them in stock (which is a good thing for me, thank you all)

As always, each of my potholders is an original and unique creation. They each have insulated batting and a layer of cotton batting in them for all your potholder needs.
My potholders vary in size and shape although they're all around the same size about 9"x9".

I also have a variety of Jon Katz signed photos for sale. And I'm always adding to that selection.

I'll have more of my wool to sell in the fall when I get it back from the Vermont Fiber Mill. I have my sheep shorn twice a year.

If you have any questions you can always email me at maria@ fullmoonfiberart.com
Also, check out my blog and website, Full Moon Fiber Art at fullmoonfiberart.com

Announcement

Last updated on Aug 7, 2018

Hi Everyone,

Thanks for making my Etsy Shop such a success!
And I especially want to thank you all for buying my Flying Vulva Decals.

I have some new Show Your Soul Postcards and have restocked my Show Your Soul posters too.

And I'll be making more of all kinds of potholders too. It's hard to keep them in stock (which is a good thing for me, thank you all)

As always, each of my potholders is an original and unique creation. They each have insulated batting and a layer of cotton batting in them for all your potholder needs.
My potholders vary in size and shape although they're all around the same size about 9"x9".

I also have a variety of Jon Katz signed photos for sale. And I'm always adding to that selection.

I'll have more of my wool to sell in the fall when I get it back from the Vermont Fiber Mill. I have my sheep shorn twice a year.

If you have any questions you can always email me at maria@ fullmoonfiberart.com
Also, check out my blog and website, Full Moon Fiber Art at fullmoonfiberart.com

Maria Wulf

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Maria Wulf

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About

My work is my voice to the world.

I started making my art full time about 10 years ago when I was 44 years old.
I was going through many life changes including a divorce and realized that I was in the "Full Moon" of my life. Meaning that If I didn't do what I really wanted to with my life at that point I never would.
So I started a website and blog (fullmoonfiberart.com)and began selling my quilts, inspired by the Gee's Bend Quilters of Alabama.
I decided I wanted to make potholders, so the people who couldn't afford my quilts, could have a small piece of my functional art.
I work with old clothes and fabrics that people send me or that I find in thrift stores. I often use a mix of vintage and newer fabrics.
After a few years I quit my part time job to work full time at my business.
My work as evolved as I have. Reflecting what is happening in my life.
I began making my "Intuitive Patchwork Potholders". Every potholder is unique, I don't follow any patterns, but trust my instincts to create each one. When I got my free motion sewing machine I started drawing on my potholders. These too are all individually drawn by me on my sewing machine. Some have saying and some have images.
You can read and see more of my work on my blog fullmoonfiberart.com.
I love the idea of having a potholder shop on ETSY. A place just for my potholders, which have sustained me through the tough times and always give me a place to express myself and make connections with other people.

Production partners

  • A&M Printers

    Cambridge, NY

    A&M Printers do so much of the commercial and art printing in our small upstate NY town of Cambridge. I use them to make postcards, notecards and posters of my work.

  • Eco Bags

    Ossining, NY

    Eco Bags is a fair trade, fair wage company. You can see more about the on their website eco-bags.com

  • House Of Hearts

    West Bengal, India

    House of Heart was founded by Soma Seal. It is a co-operative of women from a village in West Bengal India, dedicated to rising the status of women through economic empowerment.

  • Jon Katz

    Cambridge, NY

    Jon Katz is my husband. A writer and photographer, we live together on Bedlam Farm. His blog is bedlamfarm.com.

  • M&M Digital Printing LLc

    Glens Falls, NY

    M&M printers are a local business for us. They were able to print our bumperstickers when no one else could.

  • Sara Kelly Graphic Design

    Cambridge, NY

    Sara Kelly is an artist and a graphic designer. She handles most of of the commercial graphic design business in our small upstate NY town of Cambridge. She's also a wonderful painter. She helped me design the poster, choose the right typeface and colors and get it ready for the printer.

  • Sticker Mule

    Amsterdam, NY

    Sticker Mule is an online company that translated my original stitched drawing into a decal and then created the decal.

  • Vermont Fiber Mill

    Brandon, VT

    Deb at Vermont Fiber Mill process my wool two times a year when we have our sheep shorn. She and her husband also raise Alpacas.

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