Behind The Name
...Another Name

One day Jeliza-Rose found herself adrift. The world had changed, she had to change, too. Exploring the landscape she discovered substances of unimaginable luciousness - the softest of feel, rich colors and shimmering fabrics that could be melted together to be reborn into things so beautiful to wear. She smiled.

Fortunately for us, Jeliza-Rose, a recovering architect, found no need for all the building codes, engineering and tedious drafting that that she used with such competency. She could instead be submerged into pure creativity and design. Now rather than sheltering people in large spaces, she finds joy wrapping one person at a time in practical works of art.

Felting is an ancient way of creating fabric without weaving. It takes physical effort to work natural fibers with water and soap.