Fabulous Nuno Felted Neckwarmer

Nuno Felted Neck Warmer by Sammie Choy featured on www.livingfelt.com/blog

Sammie Choy in Honolulu shared her super fabulous nuno felted neck warmer following our free video tutorial. Look at all of the texture in this beautiful piece and how wonderfully her chosen colors play together.

Nuno Felted Neck Warmer by Sammie Choy featured on www.livingfelt.com/blog
“I really enjoyed watching your tutorial and decided to follow your color scheme. Here’s my version.”

mahalo,
Sammie Choy, Hawaii

If you prefer written instructions, this is the same process outlined in detailed photos and written direction for 3 different wraps in our PDF tutorial available here.

Awesome Nuno Felted Shawl

Nuno Felted Shawl by Maria Cohen featured on www.livingfelt.com/blog

We had a lovely time meeting and visiting with Maria Cohen from Florida. Maria came in to hang out for a while and work on a felt painting. She brought with her this awesome “show-n-tell” that really impressed us.

Nuno Felted Shawl by Maria Cohen featured on www.livingfelt.com/blog

Maria Cohen Nuno Wrap 06 2016

This pretty shawl is nuno felted with Living Felt MC-1 batting onto cheese cloth.

Nuno Felted Shawl by Maria Cohen featured on www.livingfelt.com/blog

Maria used very thin layers and it is beautiful and drapey with a nice hand. It could be converted into a table runner or functional item also.

Nuno Felted Shawl by Maria Cohen featured on www.livingfelt.com/blog

Primary colors in this piece are MC-1 Indigo and Boysenberry.

Nuno Felted Shawl by Maria Cohen featured on www.livingfelt.com/blog

Nuno Felted Shawl by Maria Cohen featured on www.livingfelt.com/blog

Realistic Felted Farm Animals

Needle Felted Owl by Sonja Weeks-Oswalt featured on www.livingfelt.com/blog

This is a brilliant little sculpture, made with such care for detail.

“I’ve been working on this life sized Eastern Screech owl red morph and his perch branch for several weeks. Each feather was needle felted individually and attached. I used the corriedale safari pack.”

– Sonja Weeks-Oswalt, Tennessee
Conspiracy of Love

Needle Felted Pig by Erin Carlson featured on www.livingfelt.com/blog

Erin Carlson shared this realistic little guy for farm week … wow! His colors are MC-1 Flesh Tone, Caramel and Willow.

Erin Carlson, Pennsylvania
Fiber Art by Erin

Felted Rooster by Suzanne Towry featured on www.livingfelt.com/blog

What a gorgeous work of art!

“‘Hot Summer Rooster’ made with Living Felt’s vibrant MC-1 and NZ Corriedale wool roving. :)”

– Suzanne Towry, North Carolina

Gorgeous Felted Mermaids

Felted Mermaid by Una Sassa featured on www.livingfelt.com/blog

Una Sassa began felting with us in the Spring of 2015; she jumped right in with our wet felting slippers kit and CD tutorials for needle felting dolls. Since then, her dolls have brought many smiles and tons of inspiration!

Una shared that she used MC-1 Cotton and MC-1 Midnight Blue on this doll.

– Una Sassa, England

Needle Felted Mermaid by Theresa LaBrecque featured on www.livingfelt.com/blog

Theresa LaBrecque needle felted this very original mermaid on Facebook…isn’t she lovely?

Felted Mermaid by Patti Bronecky featured on www.livingfelt.com/blog

Patti says she is practicing realistic hands and this sweet gal has Merino Top for her hair.

“This was inspired by the mermaid art submitted by Anne Zimmerman.”

Patti Bronecky, California

Felted Mermaid by Anne Zimmerman featured on www.livingfelt.com/blog

In case you have not seen images of Anne’s Mermaids, here is one. She has shared a few of them with us over the years and all are equally wonderful.

– Anne Zimmerman, New York

Felted Mermaid by Ruth Yoder featured on www.livingfelt.com/blog

Ruth Yoder shared her beautiful Mermaid, Lorelei, on our facebook page, wow!

Felted Mermaid by Sonja Weeks Oswalt featured on www.livingfelt.com/blog

Sonja shared hers as well! We think she is a fairy mermaid!

“I just finished this mermaid doll. She is about 12” tall and is fully poseable, including her fingers. She is core wool covered with flesh tone Mc batt, and materials from the fairy artist pack. Her hair features your amazing Teasdale locks. She is hand beaded with hundreds of mixed glass beads, swarovski crystals, and natural stones on her bra, tail, and wired into her hair.”

– Sonja Weeks Oswalt, Tennessee