Notes on Wet felting 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 “Notes on Wet felting pictures”

Free Tutorial: Wet Felting a Rainbow Kit with children Buy the kit for £10 + p&p. 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 pieceContinue reading “Free Tutorial: Wet Felting a Rainbow Kit with children”

Free Tutorial: Felted Soaps

Buy a bag of colorful merino wool tops for £7.50 +p&p. If you like my blog and want me to post more free felting tutorials, please follow my blog or send me your email. Contact me at: Text: 0783843639 Felted soap is simply soap wrapped in wool that has been matted together. It’s aContinue reading “Free Tutorial: Felted Soaps”

Felting Expressive Landscapes workshops

Three Felting Workshops in Kennerleigh with Judi Binks Experienced fibre and felting artist, Judi Binks, will show you her technique for designing and creating unique and expressive landscapes in felted wools and silks. “Felting Landscapes in wools and silks” with Judi Binks. week course on Wednesday mornings starting in Kennerleigh Village Hall from 10am toContinue reading “Felting Expressive Landscapes workshops”