A Beginner’s Impressive Wet Felted Vessel

Wet Felted Pod by Trina Fincher featured on www.livingfelt.com/blog

We love this vessel! Trina used her own fiber and followed our free tutorial for wet felting over a resist.

“Thanks for adding me to your group! Here is my first attempt at a wet – felted pod. Thanks to you’re awesome instructional video!”

– Trina Fincher, Ohio

Fun Felted Beach Scene

Needle and Wet Felted Beach Scene by Jan White featured on www.livingfelt.com/blog

Jan shared a few of her “first attempts” at wet felting, this one made us feel like we had sand between our toes! Check out the detail — down to the shading on the palm trees.

“I’ve fallen in love with felting. … Needle felted, then wet felted, then some additional needle felting finer details”

– Jan White, Kansas

Cute Felted Sheep at the Lighthouse

Felted Sheep by Pam Ruiter featured on www.livingfelt.com/blog

Hi Marie, Home from Big Sable Point Lighthouse in Ludington, Michigan.

Michigan Lighthouse by Pam Ruiter featured on www.livingfelt.com/blog

I now have internet so I can send the picture of the one felted sheep that I made while at the lighthouse. Getting a jump on fall craft shows and this sheep are big sellers for the holidays.

I can not wait to start on my Little Pokey Hedgehog.

Pam Ruiter, Michigan

Adorable Needle Felted Teddy Bears

Needle Felted Teddy Bears by Kevin Scott Nobles featured on www.livingfelt.com/blog

These bears are so wonderfully vintage in style and beautifully handcrafted! The LF crew is touched and humbled by Kevin’s kind comments, and swooning over these bears 🙂

“It’s been a beary good weekend! Two needled felted teddies and one German mohair. Good therapy for a busy week…

I’ve been making mohair bears for about 20 years but just picked up needle felting about 6 months ago and I Love it. I also love having Living Felt and Marie and crew in my hometown.

Love the store, products and Marie’s inspiration.”

– Kevin Scott Nobles, Texas

Fantastic Felted Vessel

Felted Vessel by Camelia Wogu featured on www.livingfelt.com/blog

What a fantastic use of color and texture! This vessel is truly a work of art! You can see her use of luxury fibers including Tussah Silk, Cocoons and Silk Hankies.

“I was off from work for a total of 5 days. So of course I felted every breathing moment. Experimenting and just having creative fun”

– Camelia Wogu, California

Join Us for Peace Felt 2017!

Peace Felt 2017 featured on www.livingfelt.com/blog

Peace Felt 2017 is Happening!

Each year, the United Nations opens its regular meeting of the General Assembly by declaring the International Day of Peace. The UN encourages people to participate in practical acts of peace to put the meaning into action.

Living Felt encourages its followers to participate in Peace Felt in order to send a message of peace. We hope that by sharing these creations, we’ll show that the collective desire for a peaceful existence really makes a difference in the way people move through the world. In this way, participants are publicly displaying their willingness to actively participate in loving kindness and good will to all.

We are pleased to announce there WILL BE a Peace Felt 2017! Here are some important dates … please make note of them:

Registration Official Open Date: June 15th
Registration closes: August 15th
Partner Matches Announced: August 31st
Mail Peace Felt Art to Partner by: September 15th

Please start thinking of a Peace Felt that is from your heart and hands, and can be mailed anywhere in the world!

Please visit www.peacefelt.org for complete information.

*make sure to read dates and how to register