As prescribed by Paulina Constancia

Dose #49 – BAAutiful 2: Wool Ball Felt Pouf

As I did my research on cool products from wool, I chanced upon this piece of furniture.  The design is so simple yet so beautiful.  Rows of wool balls in a a variety of hues – how very cool is that!

Dose #48-54 : ” BAAutiful” (A Special Year of the Sheep series)
Dose # 49 – BAAutiful 2: Wool Ball Felt Pouf


Dose #49: Wool Ball Felt Pouf

Spotted at: Pfeifer Studio

Description:  This contemporary cube pouf is created by artisans in India who hand felt sheep’s wool into small balls before attaching them to create a patterned design. It is perfect as a footstool or extra seating and is densely packed with shredded cotton to create a soft, firm seat.

Imagine the Possibilities: if you can turn any of your scrap (yarns, fabric swatches,etc) into balls you can make yourself a lounging cube; and if you are quite handy why not make yourself a storage cube and embellish it with your scrap balls.


A little about Pfeifer Studio: “a place where you’ll discover something that will inspire and delight you. Pfeifer Studio is exclusive design at great prices, but our collection is not available at your local design shop or in an Interior Design showroom. We are designers working with our own manufacturers to bring products directly to you for one reason: to deliver them at a better price.” – – Pfeifer Studio

“Our mission is to inspire you to create your own space and style. We strive to curate a highly edited, inspired collection of handmade products and traditional crafts from across the globe, and your home is their final destination.” – Pfeifer Studio

rx-logo-11So do… be inspired by this use of wool balls.  Whatever kind of art or crafting you do, don’t throw your scrap.  Collect them. Sort them. Find some use for them.

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