This kit will help you learn how to:
- build a firm foundation for your sculptures,
- work with wire armature
- use glass eyes
- create strong whiskers
Finished bunny sits about 10″ high to tips of ears 🙂
You can get a Standard Kit with all the wool and supplies needed a Deluxe Kit which includes a 10×7 foam and Special Variety Pack of 4 needles or if you have all the supplies, just get the PDF Download!
We are very grateful to bunny artist, Sharon Weinmeyer for sharing her mad bunny skills for this kit!
These are a few of Sharon’s bunnies 🙂
Up until now she has sold her bunnies in person, but Sharon just opened an etsy shop where you can check them out: TheFeltedHare
A perfect hat for a darling little Pixie! You can get your own Wet Felting Hats Tutorial here.
“So, this is my very first felting project. A wet felted hat for my little girl. Not bad for my first try!”
– Kristy Leblanc, Ontario
This little hen really brightened our day!
“Finished a spring piece this time! I am calling her Spring Hen-na. It was fun playing with all the Living Felt [mc-1] springtime colors.
…I am usually more inclined to use my Earth tones and such, so this was a fun project with lots of color for me. And it’s snowing here again in N Michigan so it made for a bright splash of color to contrast the blur of white outside.”
– Carol Krajnik, Michigan
What a delightful little fairy, and so well done!
What can say spring better than a fairy? I had a fairy calendar of Cicley Mary Barker’s fairies and just had to give it a go!! I wet felted the base tapestry with just a few wisps of color, then needle felted all the details. Phew!
– Anna Repke, Illinois
These little bunnies just stole our hearts!
“Is it Spring yet? These bunnies say yes!???? I used pecan, charcoal, aspen, and the new light flesh color [pale peach] batt plus others I don’t recall:)”
Kara Kirchner, Illinois
etsy: Kara Felts
Enjoy this little video tutorial, an excerpt from our last Wooly Wednesday broadcast!
Aniko posts her gorgeous works with very few words, but she almost always includes process pics! Worth a look in our group Living Felt Friends.
– Aniko Kucsera, Germany