Needle Felting Fairy Tale Pumpkins Kit
Yes, that is right! You can make TWO of these fabulous fairy tale pumpkins with our kit. OR you can make more tiny ones, OR you can make one GIANT one🙂 you get to decide!!
The truly lovely Virginia Flowers and her absolutely fabulous felted pumpkins – she started with our kit!
What an awesome sculpture!
“Winnie the warty witch, needlefelted with wetfelted clothes, stripy sock reused for her jumper and stockings. Casting spells by rubbing her whiskers and has a very unwitchy plum lock, in her hair.”
Kathleen Anne James, United Kingdom
A gorgeous work of art, function and fiber!
“I have always loved rocks so when I found out how easy it was to wet felt rocks from wool I decided to use them to make a pillow. The moss is embroidered on.
I used the wet felting batt to make a core for the rocks and various merino colors for the outside of the rocks.
Thank you for the inspiring, encouraging messages you send with each of your orders!”
Liz DeVree, Michigan
These are so original and oh so cute!
“I thought I’d try something a little different for Halloween this year. These were so much fun to make! I used floral wire for the infrastructure and Living Felt’s Merino [Cross] wool for the sculpting with some polymer clay for teeth and bone. I bend the wire legs at the bottom so I can staple them down to the birch base, and then felt over them so the staples don’t show.”
– Kimberly Czar, Massachusetts
What a sweet energy these two have🙂
“I just wanted to share this little Tricker Treater made with LF Onyx batt wool and vintage button.
The mummy boy is felted core wool with bleached recycled sari ribbon wrappings.”
– Joyce Hazlerig, Texas
etsy: Gypsyharte Arts
The Mummy lives!!
“Wire frame, covered in core wool, 32 gauge armature wire for hands, one craft bobble eye and one glass eye. Meet my mummy.”
– Patti Bronecky, California
This sculpture has exceptional detail AND personality! The use of clay on the guitar was spot on, and read how she made the glasses!
“Here is my first sculpture of a person..Jerry Garcia of the Grateful Dead!
It was inspired by my brother, who is a huge Greatful Dead fan, and he urged me to create this for his fan club. I used 12G Armature Wire, CW-1 Core Wool, MC-1 batts in the colors ‘Fleshtone’ [ Now Sand], ‘Linen‘, ‘Bonsai‘, ‘Black Onyx‘, and ‘Willow‘, Lincoln Natural Locks in Lamb Gray, 4mm brown glass eyes, 20G Gun Metal Gray craft wire for glasses, and Premo clay in brown, black, ecru and silver for the guitar. I also used some brown ribbon for the guitar strap.
I taught myself a great way to make eye glasses. I used a dowel to wrap the wire around and then just bent the sides to form the arms. They turned out just right and I only used a small, single piece of craft wire. This was sooooooo much fun to make!!!
My plan is to make Frankenstein next, and I just ordered more supplies for him!
Thanks for your fantastic store and products!”
Nori Bucci, New York
More of Nori’s work at noribuci.com
Last week our theme was “blue and orange”, and our friends STUFFED our fb group wall with photo after photo….Tipsy is not only a fabulous little sculpture, but a cute story too!
“Here is my favorite BLUE piece that I’ve made so far! This was a gift for my cousin who lives in Ireland; it’s a model of her Volkswagen bus named Tipsy. I wanted to surprise her with it when I went to visit her for two weeks. It flew with me from Atlanta, to Boston, to Dublin, and then continued with me on the 3-hour bus ride all the way to Co. Donegal. I got to travel all over Ireland in the real Tipsy and it’s a trip I’ll never forget!”
-Shannon Olcott, Georgia
We love this wooly rendition of Frankenstein! Created by the talented Cherie Davidson! She has really found her niche in felting custom art dolls.
“I’d like to share my latest little guy with you all… meet “The Monster.” He stands 15-3/4″ tall, and is solid wool (no armature). His hair is suri alpaca. I used size 38 needles mostly, but finished and detailed with 42. Everything except his green jacket and the touches of raw wounds/scars are made with Living Felt Monochrome Studio Pack.
The light gray gave him a great pallor, and the heathered gray blend made terrific “metal” staples and neck bolts. The light blue-gray was perfect for a not quite right/sickly shading of his skin. His jacket is a blend I hand carded to get a deep, dirty green. I used some of the black from the studio pack to get the deep tones. He was a joy to create!”
– Cherie Davidson, Washington
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