Title Image
Felt Designer & Seeker

I studied civil engineering in the National Technical University of Athens and I hold an MSc in Quality Assurance and a degree in translation.

I have been working with wool since 2011 and I create using the traditional technique of Felting and its successor, the modern Nuno Felting technique which combines wool with silk and other fabrics. I travel abroad regularly in research of the endless possibilities that felt possesses. I have studied near famous felt masters such as Rutsuko Sakata, Andrea Graham, Claudio Varone, Anneke Copier, Kate Ramsey, Anita Larkin, Ricarda Assman, Fiona Duthie. I design and create entirely by hand scarves, shawls, foulards, vests, arm and neck warmers, jewellery, felt soaps, as well as many decorative and utilitarian items.

Special acknowledgement to my brand is its being recommended in Homo Faber Guide curated by The Michelangelo Foundation for Creativity and Craftsmanship, an international non-profit organisation for the preservation of master craftsmanship and promotion of Europe’s most talented artisans.

I was co-founder of the Design Team SKOUMOKY with showroom near the New Acropolis Museum from 2013 to 2016, and in 2015 I founded SHEEPCOUNT – Felt Design.

In 2020 I started my collaboration with ZEUS+DIONE, the high end Greek fashion brand, by embellishing garments and accessories with felted and nuno felted items in various collections.

Benaki Museum, Theocharaki Foundation, Macedonian Museum of Modern Art, Museum of Greek Folk Art are among my collaborations.

SHEEPCOUNT creations are sold in selected concept stores, fashion, boutiques, hotels and art shops.

The Felting Process
Materials and Equipment
Care Instructions

Nuno felted scarves are created with water and soap, so don’t be afraid to wash them.

Just hand wash your scarf with mild detergent or soap and lukewarm water, gently squeeze while rinsing and dry it preferably on a flat surface.

For a sleeker look iron on the right side at temperature for wool/silk.

DO NOT put in the washing machine because wool will lose its softness and brightness.