Taken from Arlene’s Adventures In Felt and definitely worth reading. This post will stay up for 7 days. Wool Firstly, you need wool. The wool will be dependent on what you will be making. I first started wet felting vessels. With vessels, the type of wool is not so important as long as it feltsContinue reading “All you need is wool, water and soap!”
What can you do with all those little bits of fluff and fibre left over from your finished project? Don’t throw them away! Store them in safe and dry place and wait for inspiration in your isolation… Felt Balls You can turn the smaller ones into jewellery, like bracelets, brooches and earrings. Felt a CaterpillarContinue reading “Five Great ideas to use up your Felt Stash”
It is great fun making felted balls – especially with the help from enthusiastic children! The balls can be used to make jewellery, toys, mobiles, embellishments, costume and more. Merino wool is particularly good for making felt. It has a long fine fibre which felts readily and is available as natural, and in a choice ofContinue reading “Fun Felting a Caterpillar”
I had a really interesting query from Kelly about framing felt paintings, so I’m going to copy the answer I gave her for all of you to read. The picture above is not important, but the frame and mounting is shown quite clearly. *(The picture above is double mounted with a frame inside the mainContinue reading “How to frame your felted pictures…”
My favourite reason for wet felting is painting ! I love trying to recreate the effects of water colour paints when I’m wet felting a picture. To achieve this painterly effect, I lay down a few, thin layers of wool at a time and leave at least three areas of white space. Gradually, I buildContinue reading “Wet felting a picture”
I’ve put together some lovely colour combinations to inspire you to design your own scarf or neck warmer. Each pack comes with one of my hand made ceramic sheep stamps. Some of you have already made scarves or neck warmers in my felting workshops and I know how much you love the softness and huesContinue reading “Wet Felt a Scarf Kit in Merino and silk fibres.”
https://feltingindevon.com/felting-a-rainbow-for-kids-a-free-online-tutorial/ Visit my blog page above for updated version of this Rainbow Tutorial. The Wet Felting a Rainbow kit for Kids comes with a selection of 7 vivid colours of Merino wool all cut to size and some white wispy wool for clouds or a dove. A piece of white pre-felt on which to arrangeContinue reading “Free Online Wet Felting a Rainbow Kit for Kids”
Sharing is caring! If you like my blog and want me to post more free felting tutorials, please follow my blog or send me your email. I will never make it public. Contact me at: firstname.lastname@example.org Text: 0783843639 Felted soap is simply soap wrapped in wool that has been matted together. It’s a gentle exfoliator,Continue reading “Free Felting Soaps Tutorial”
wet Felting a landscape picture of moorlands, sheep and a dramatic sky.
Nuno is a long process and because we’re creating fashion accessories, attention to detail and finish is essential.