Bunny, Baby & Puppy…by Heather Hart May 9, 2010
Look at these wonderul feltlings by Heather Hart of Albuquerque, NM!
If you’ve followed our blog a bit…you’d know that Heather is relatively NEW
to needle felting. In fact, she just discovered in in Early Dec. 2009…yet
she continues to wow us with her wonderul creations!
That is one of the reasons we LOVE felting….it is so easy to learn and
apply to your own style and flavor!
Critters! by Dianne Parmelee April 16, 2010
Dianne Parmelee sends us these wonderful photos from Woodbury, CT
That Easter Bunny looks like a prize winning piece! And the kitty with his pet fish :O) just won our hearts!
MATROYSHKA – Russian nesting dolls by Lori Campbell April 4, 2010
“Hi Marie :), Here is a little project I did using your merino cross quick felt batts in a couple of my favourite shades!
A trio of nesting Matryoshka dolls, wet and needle felted. The largest stands approx. 3″ tall. Made to be loved and played with! –Lori Campbell, http://beneaththerowantree.com” CANADA
Lori made these darling little nesting dolls — and you can make eggs the same way! by wrapping wool around plastic
easter eggs and wet felting them. This is a great washing machine project! (see how to make washing machine balls here in our free felting patterns section) Wrap the wool around the egg,
push them down into some nylon stockings and tie a knot to hold it in tight or use rubber bands (my preference
because you don’t have to try and undo the knot!) Put several into the leg of one stocking, and toss it in the washing
machine with a load.
She then cut them open, blanket stitched the edges needle felted on the design!
Just Ducky ~ by Lisa Graham March 28, 2010
Lisa bought the Living Felt Just Ducky needle felting kit and made this adorable duck!
Look at those FEET! … he is so cute
“This Duck Kit was so much fun to do! Thanks for the great idea.” Lisa Graham
Am I fuzzy? — Bunny by Jan Carr March 27, 2010
OK so he’s a little blurry … but he was too cute to leave out! This is Jan’s first project and she’s excited,
we just LOVE that thrill of success and inspiration that comes with joyful first results in felting.
“Thank you for you wonderful kit. I have already ordered a few packs of new colors, and am going to see where they take me.” Jan Carr
Off to Market w/Needle Felted Easter Eggs ~ Beth Ketterer March 18, 2010
Beth Ketterer of Glenshaw, PA sent us this photo of her sweet needle felted easter eggs.
The colors are from our Merino-Cross batting line which work great for overlaying over a core wool.
You can see she has decorated them nicely with yarns.
I especially love the card ~~ a note of harmony and oneness
on her website.
What to do with your old egg cartons — Thanx to Shawn! March 8, 2010
Shawn sent us this great pic of her wonderful needle felted egg folks! This really made me smile
She sent us the following email entitled “Felt Creations (or what I do with all the wool you keep sending me):
“Thank you for all the supplies you keep sending to me for my very addicting habit!
These are my most recent creations. I wish I could take credit for the entire concept, but I got the idea for egg people from http://www.etsy.com/shop/asherjasper
Your selection is great! and thank you for always sending everything so quickly!”
Have a great day, Shawn Straub
Needle Felted Bunny February 28, 2010
“Hi! I took your bear class online and made this happy bunny from your instructions. I haven’t joined the body yet but I just love her! “Annie
And what a great bunny she is! We especially love the little grassy knoll she has for her Easter egg, and the flowers add an element of extra sweetness.
A Collection of Needle Feltings February 7, 2010
Barbara Traficonte sent us this collection of her recent needle felting projects.
I love how cupid’s little heart top looks like it’s falling off!