Fabulous Needle Felted Fox

Needle Felted Fox by Shelly Schwartz featured on www.livingfelt.com/blog

What a fabulous little fox!

“I needle felted this fox using wool I purchased from LivingFelt. He is listed for sale on Etsy. I felted him over a wire … using bright white and black onyx Merino-cross fast and toffee Corriedale. I love the wool that you have available and look forward to making many more critters with your products. I have other needles, but mostly I use 38 star and 40 triangle needles. Thank you for always inspiring me with your weekly emails.”

– Shelly Schwartz, Michigan
etsy: rainabedaina

Realistic Needle Felted Sheep

Needle Felted Sheep by Jeanette Justus featured on www.livingfelt.com/blog

A wonderfully realistic felted sheep!

“I needle felted this Sheep for a woman in Colorado and put the family brand on it. I almost exclusively used Living Felt’s core wool, with areas of their bright white wool. For realism, I used the core wool because I didn’t think a Sheep would be bright white. For the curly parts, I soaked the wool in water, and twisted it.

I thought there was something neat about a Sheep made of wool.”

– Jeanette Justus, Wyoming

Sweet Felted Dragon-flies

Felted Dragonflies by Kiersten Violette featured on www.livingfelt.com/blog

What an original and darling idea! Kiersten has a very sweet style and uses a lot of MC-1 Batts in her Friendly Feltees creations.

“This is my latest of little creatures I make called “Dragon-flies”. I’ve been dieing to do a purple one. He turned out about how I was hoping.”

Kiersten Violette, North Carolina
facebook: Friendly Feltees

Precious Felted Fawn

Felted Fawn by Bonnie Gerkensmeyer featured on www.livingfelt.com/blog

With no formal introduction, heart melting images of this precious little fawn appeared on our fb page. Some of the items Bonnie has gathered from our shop include: CW-1 Core Wool, Armature 12g and 14g, NZ Corriedale in Camel, MC-1 Batts in a variety of shades onyx, dark chocolate clay, caramel, latte, cafe au lait, cinnamon and more.

Artist: – Bonnie Gerkensmeyer, Ohio

Realistic Needle Felted Cat

Needle Felted Cat by Irene Clark featured on www.livingfelt.com/blog

Incredible realism with a sense of humor! This incredible needle felted sculpture was shared in our fb group by Irene Clark.

“Hi all, here is my new creation — this kitty is frequently spotted under our bird feeders and he take joy in annoying my indoor cats. But outside of that, he is a very sweet fellow smile emoticon:) I called this “What bird?..”

This cat is made from MC-1 batt and gray merino [carbon] (21.5 microns), all from Living Felt. It is felted on wire armature, the feathers are those of real quail, the eyes are glass, hand-painted by me.”

– Irene Clark, Wisconsin
web: feltaccompli

Gorgeous Needle Felted Heron

Needle Felted Heron by Sandra Atkins featured on www.livingfelt.com/blog

We SO fell in love with the gorgeous heron Sandra Atkins needle felted from our fibers, and this one was made just for us. It is a bit of a “relief” with the heron having dimension off the background.

Needle Felted Heron by Sandra Atkins featured on www.livingfelt.com/blog

Despite losing power and emergency evacuations, this brilliant work of art was birthed and now hangs at our office in Austin, TX.

Needle Felted Heron by Sandra Atkins featured on www.livingfelt.com/blog

Needle Felted Heron by Sandra Atkins featured on www.livingfelt.com/blog

The background is needle felted Living Felt MC-1 batting in Storm Gray various colors of Merino Top, and Merino Silk Blends make up the bird, and lovely dyed locks add texture.

Artist: Sandra Atkins, South Carolina

Spectacular Felted Monkey Sculpture

Felted Monkey Sculpture by Megan Nedds featured on www.livingfelt.com/blog

Megan Nedds shared her most recent and quite spectacular sculpture in our facebook group. It is so fun for us to have seen the inspiration images, help select colors and now see the finished work!

Felted Monkey Sculpture by Megan Nedds featured on www.livingfelt.com/blog

“Cece the White-Fronted Capuchin is finally finished! She is life-sized, with a head and body length of 13 inches, and a height of 13 inches from her hands to the top of her head. She has hand painted glass eyes, and polymer clay fingernails. She took approximately 100 hours to complete. I used many Living Felt merino top colors, Sand Dollar, Mushroom, Mocha, Oak, Milk Chocolate and Bitter Chocolate.”

– Megan Nedds
fb and etsy: The Woolen Wagon

Felted Monkey Sculpture by Megan Nedds featured on www.livingfelt.com/blog