Beautiful Nuno Felt Flower Scarf

Nuno Felted Flowers Scarf by Irene Clark featured on www.livingfelt.com/blog

We love how beautifully this scarf and the flowers came out!

“Attempted nunofelting a large flower onto a silk gauze. I am happy with it as a first attempt. I only did one end of the scarf so I can learn something before I start the other end.

I followed Marie Spaulding’s instructions [to avoid puckering] – cold water, rub and roll, no wad or throw, no cold/hot rinse.

I only added one improvisation, which is ironing while still wet from the reverse.

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Update: my pansies scarf is now officially finished on both sides, I am adding more progress and finished photos. Thank you for your lovely feedback!”

– Irene Clark, Wisconsin

Fun Fine Felted Hat

Felted Hat by Sue Ranbarger featured on www.livingfelt.com/blog

This is a fine and FUN HAT — we love the shape and design.

“This hat was made using Living Felt medium hat block and the extension. Living Felt Black Onyx MC -1 Batt with alpaca sandwiched in between layers. It was wet felted then more batt was needle felted over top which added strength and a finished look. The hat band was left over felting and Lincoln Locks are the embellishment.

Thank you for supplies and knowledge you provide.”

Sue Ranbarger, Michigan

Lovely Nuno Felted Scarf

Nuno Felted Scarf by Fatima Mensen-Potter featured on www.livingfelt.com/blog

Fatima shared her lovely scarf in our group LIVING FELT FRIENDS, this is just one of the beautiful pictures she shared.

“Nuno scarf made with @Living Felt kit. Easy to make and so beautiful.

It comes with a very good instruction sheet.”

– Fatima Mensen-Potter, Florida

Felted Fashionable Accessory

Felted Fashion Scarf by Kathleen Simon featured on www.livingfelt.com/blog

“Am invited to show my wall hangings at a gallery in Winston so had to make something to wear to “stand out” as a felter. Kinda like all those gorgeous designs you see on Pinterest with descriptions you can’t read cause who knows what language it is. Anyway this was my attempt at “fashion”. Thank you Marie for all your Wooly Wednesday “tips””

– Kathleen Simon, North Carolina