Back by popular demand! Richard Duncan first developed a blending board in the 1990′s, which was introduced during a demonstration at Black Sheep Gathering. It was met with great enthusiasm, but put on the back burner for later production. Fortunately his patterns survived so that the Duncan Blending Board is once again available.
The Duncan Blending Board is the biggest in its class with 17” x 14” of blending area. The blending cloth is 72tpi, a medium size cloth, great for any type of fiber. Blending boards are made for the artist in you. You will have control over producing repeatable patterns using a variety of fibers, glitz, bits of fabric or yarn or perhaps just using up the leftovers from other projects. Use our blending brush to paint on all your fibers, then use the finishing brush to give it a carding action. You can remove your finished project as a rolag or a small batt.
Made of 3/4″ cabinet grade birch plywood; the board has a solid feel and is made to last. A carrying handle makes the board easy to transport and easy to hang up for storage. Metal strips finish the board and cover the staples, keeping fibers from catching. On the base, you’ll find double rubber feet making it sturdy and stable on most any surface. You’ll also find metal squares on the face of the board if you feel the need to clamp down the board.