Wet Felting a Simple Fairy Tale Pumpkin
BFF Free Felt-a-Long
Thurs Sept. 28th at 6pm CST
This class is designed for beginners who have already wet felted a flat piece of felt, we will be wet felting with Merino Top over a Resist.
You can also see the video for our previous felt-a-long: Intro to Wet Felting in our fb group
Aren’t these lovely?! How about the bright white one?! Wow!
“These little ones are off to find a new home. Decided to take the plunge and try selling some of my creations in a local museum gift shop. All of the felting is done with Living Felt wool!”
– Becky Lynn, Pennsylvania
This fun tutorial was made available late morning just last Saturday, and the pumpkins have been rolling in ever since!
Tag us #livingfelt and #mariespaulding on facebook and instagram so we can see, celebrate and share yours!
Get the Free Wet Felting Fairytale Pumpkins Tutorial here.
What a precious family captured in pictures, and in felt.
“I had to say goodbye to my barn owl family, made on commission for a friend. These two “lovebirds” and family were in her brother’s barn and he captured this precious picture by leaving a video camera on. I think his pic should win an award! I hope I did them justice. I’m happy to say my friend loved them, and as usual, my hubby said, “I want that” so guess what I’m doing again! Hopefully it won’t take me as long the second time.”
– Linda Brodersen, Michigan
This irresistible Alpaca was needle felted by Sandi Atkins in South Carolina. She sent it to us as a surprise gift from the Alpaca fibers she won during one of our recent Wooly Wednesday broadcasts, and MC-1 plus CW-1 Core Wool. We love him!
Sandi Atkins, South Carolina
What a realistic little robin!
“Two more wool paintings. A monarch butterfly and a robin. There’s a robin’s nest in the tree right outside my door that I’ve enjoyed watching. I just started needle felting earlier this month but it’s safe to say I love it! … These were made with Living Felt MC-1“.
– Sarah Ann Jump, Indiana
We love this gorgeous underwater scene! “Dance of The Eagle Rays” is a wool painting, shared on our facebook group and featured in an online exhibit.
Artist: Susanne Weber, Austria
online as: susifilzt