Needle felted small siamese cat named Jaques

Jaques, the Needle Felted Siamese Kitty

Needle felted small siamese cat named Jaques

This adorable needle felted Siamese kitty was made by Meghan Conley of Washington! He looks so well felted!

Needle felted small siamese cat named Jaques

Meghan’s Grandmother owns an adorable Siamese kitty named Jaques; so she needle felted a version of him for her 92nd birthday!  What an amazing present!

Needle felted small siamese cat named Jaques

 Meghan needle felted Jaques using Living Felt Merino Cross Batt Earth Tones Pack, Clover Needle Felting Tool 8901, and Clover Small Brush Mat.

Needle felted small siamese cat named Jaques

 Meghan tells us, “I’m quite proud of Jaques and I know my grandmother is going to adore him!” I bet she did! Thank you for sharing, Meghan!

Needle Felted Brown Bunny Family

Needle Felted Bunny Family and Cat by Jude Brown of Australia

Tan Needle Felted Cat with Bell

This charming little bunny family and kitty, named Cody, were made by Jude Brown of Australia! We think this kitty has a great face- especially with the brown around his eye. His nose is really well defined too!

Cody is made from Living Felt Merino Cross Core Wool, New Zealand Corriedale Natural Dark and Natural Light.

Needle Felted Brown Bunny Family

Jude says this is the first attempt at needle felting a bunny. We think Jude did a great job! The baby bunnies are adorable! Especially that one with the floppy ears- so cute~!

The bunnies are needle felted them using a Living Felt Core Wool base and New Zealand Corriedale Natural Medium on the outside.

Thank you for sharing, Jude! We look forward to many more creations!

Needle Felted Cat Puff

Needle Felted Kitten Wins at the Fair!

We just fell in love with PUFF! Kathy Gable of York, PA sent us photos of this darling needle felted cat and we just had to share her with you.

“Puff is named after the very first cat I had when I was little – and yes, I read Dick and Jane readers (their cat was named Puff!). This Puff is needle felted over 24 gauge wire, first using Living Felt core wool and then white and dyed wool from my stash to make the stripes. The eyes are plastic cat eyes. Puff just won a red ribbon at the great York Fair this year. “

Congratulations to Kathy for her prize winning needle felt kitty :)

Connie-Haddock-Halloween12b

A Sweet Scene for Halloween

Connie Haddock of Moline, IL delights us with her wonderful creations, like this fabulous little halloween scene
just perfect for the holiday!

Connie shares, “It turned out better than I ever could have hoped.  I used Living Felt core wool and batts in Fall colors, Black and Espresso Bean, plus polymer clay and other media.  (I LOVE doing mixed media projects!)  And I again want to say that the Creative Success Affirmation CD is wonderful.  The affirmations are uplifting and the music is beautiful.  What an awesome product to offer your customers.

 I wish all of you joy, love, peace, and, of course, Happy Felting!!”

You might recall that Connie placed 3rd in our 2nd Annual International Felting Contest
in the Dr. Seuss Inspired category –> see her creation LILLY LOO

Needle Felting: A Very Fine Feline! by Patricia Bierer

Needle Felted Cat

Needle Felted Cat

This pretty kitty was needle felted by Patricia Bierer of Muskego, WI. He looks great in colors from the Monochrome and Earth Tones studio packs!

“This cat is 24in long, completely all felting, as is his  little bear.  I have a wire armature in him.  His name is Rambo!”  -Patricia Bierer

Creative Creatures from Fabulous Felter Stephanie Laberis!

Needle Felted Nautilus

Needle Felted Nautilus

Needle Felted Nautilus

Needle Felted Nautilus

Needle Felted Cat

Needle Felted Cat

Wow Stephanie! I love your project ideas. That nautilus is truly stunning, and “Chi” is so cute! I love your attention to detail. You really capture personalities and authenticity in your work. Thanks for sharing with us!

“First are Peppermint Nautilus ornaments that I made for a soft sculpture group show in Chicago. I made three total but could only snap photos of one before the deadline, whoops! I used glass eyes and a wire armature so that the tentacles can be posed. I plan on making a couple of larger ones and posing them on lolipop sticks to resemble a peppermint lolipop.

Second is a feltie of a character named Chi, from the anime “Chi’s Sweet Home”. I gave her to my boyfriend for Christmas, since he also likes the series and has a cat that resembles Chi! She was one of my hardest projects yet – I tried to stay on model as much as I could and had a tough time doing the thinner outlines on her face. Her head is as hard as a rock from working it so much!

I’ve been referring people from my art blog and galleries to LivingFelt, so hopefully you will see some new faces around!”

Awesome Animals! Needle Felted by Sue Sizemore

 

needle felted animals

needle felted animals

 

Susan Sizemore of Vancouver, WA has started felting her own little animal sanctuary! Each one has such personality! Try making your own friendly pet with one of the one-of-a-kind animal kits!
“These are my latest little felted animals. I use living felt needles, felting flat grey foam pad, their round black beads for eyes on most of my animals, and wool.  I have bought lots of different types from them over the last few years , my favorites are the earth tone batts, and the grey black and white batts. I have used several different types of wool on these in the photo. Each one is approx 2 – 3 1/2″ .”
Sue Sizemore ~ Vancouver, WA