Felt it?

I’ve recently been experimenting with the anatomy felts.

Having produced a spinal cord section, I wondered if that could be miniaturised such that it could be produced in a workshop. I appreciate a felting workshop to produce a miniature spinal cord section is a niche market but…why not.

The first thing is colour choice. With 6 ascending tracts and 7 descending tracts there is a lot of wool to sort out. I wanted to keep some sort of colour themes so went with purple for ascending and oranges for descending.

Just over an hour later and 1 have a section of a spinal cord safety encased in a deep frame from ikea and ready to find a home with a friendly neuroanatomist across the pond.

Now all I need to find is a bunch of neuro nerds who might want to join in the fun.

Author: Anatomy Fundamentals

Janet Philp has spent a lifetime exploring fitness and wellbeing. Starting in group exercise, travelling through rugby to representing the UK at martial arts before including Yoga, meditation, Budokon and personal instruction. Her passion is anatomical function and educating people to use their bodies to their full potential.

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