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The focus of »FilzGeschichten« by Annette Quentin-Stoll and Robert Quentin lays on ornaments, surface design with models, felt and embroidery and felted imitations of objects of the nature. The 4 seasons guide the stories and objects – a journey through the whole year!

ISBN: 978-3-87512-760-7 Cover Download Autor: Annette Quentin-Stoll, Robert QuentinSeiten: 192 pEinband: Hardcover, thread stitchingSprachen: German, English

The book

Spring, summer, autumn and winter – the seasons lead through the book »FilzGeschichten«. Annette introduces many new textile creations combined with text passages and visual instructions that invite the readers to try to felt the creations for themselves.

The focus of this book is on ornaments, surface design with models, felt and embroidery and felted imitations of objects of the nature.

An Advent calendar with 24 different star-shaped objects completes the winter chapter.

»FilzExperiment« and »FilzSpiel« (»the felted play«) have gotten an offspring with »FilzGeschichten«.

About the Authors

The textile artist Annette Quentin-Stoll studied textile art in Schneeberg at the Westsächsischen Hochschule Zwickau. Since 2001 she has worked as a freelance artist and tutor for textile design. Together with her husband, photographer Robert Quentin, she has two children. Her works were presented in numerous international exhibitions; some were bought by a museum for public collections. »FilzSpiel – The Felted Play« (2008) was Annette Quentin-Stolls first gallery book. In 2009 »FilzExperiment« and in 2013 »FilzGeschichten« (Felt Stories) followed. Whereas »The Felted Play« is bilingual in German and English, the other books mentioned are in German only, but the amount of amazing images will speak to those who already have knowledge and experience with felting techniques anyway. In autumn 2017, the next gallery book by the artist couple will be published.

Robert Quentin has worked as a photographer since 2004. In his studio gallery books, among other projects, in collaboration with his wife Annette Quentin-Stoll come to life. His daily life, is filled with photography, as well as experimental permaculture, inventions of upcycling projects, or enlightening life concepts and drillings of thin wooden panels.

Additional information

Weight 0.22 kg
Dimensions 16 × 16 cm

Annette Quentin-Stoll, Robert Quentin


192 p


Hardcover, thread stitching


German, English