Felting in a looser style by carding wool fibres first demonstrated at wet felting workshop.

Carding produces fluffier separated strands of wool fibre. Colours can be blended by using carders. One particular method for starting a wet felted landscape.
Lay down carded fibres of sky, distant hill line and green field. One of the techniques shown at Felting in Devon workshop.
Use curly locks to fashion sheep shapes. Wet felting a landscape with sheep at Felting in Devon workshop.
Add more colours to sky and create nepps by snipping tiny bits of red and yellow wool to suggest flowers in foreground. Wet felt a landscape at Felting in Devon workshop.
Cover with bubble wrap, add warm soapy water, gently massage, use felting tool, roll up inside bamboo mat and towel and roll 50 times in each direction. Beginning the actual wet felting process after the design stage is completed. Felting in Devon workshop.
Check project and add more fibres to cover white pre-felt. Wet felting a landscape with sheep at Felting Workshop.
Remember to flip felt over and press back stray fibres to create a clean edge. Before above.

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