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.
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
“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
“HERE IT IS HERE IT IS!!!! Im so d@#n proud of my witch hat! Thank you Marie Spaulding for your tips and tricks and help! And sandra for helping me with the resist! :)”
– Sammiej Brinkman, Netherlands
Teresa made this scarf from our beginner friendly Wet Felting a Cobweb Scarf kit.
Choose your colors, get your basic wet felting supplies together and have fun creating a wearable work of art!
Looking at this gorgeous scarf, you would never know it was her first time doing this!
artist: Teresa Campbell, Alabama
Sammie Choy in Honolulu shared her super fabulous nuno felted neck warmer following our free video tutorial. Look at all of the texture in this beautiful piece and how wonderfully her chosen colors play together.
“I really enjoyed watching your tutorial and decided to follow your color scheme. Here’s my version.”
Sammie Choy, Hawaii
If you prefer written instructions, this is the same process outlined in detailed photos and written direction for 3 different wraps in our PDF tutorial available here.
We had a lovely time meeting and visiting with Maria Cohen from Florida. Maria came in to hang out for a while and work on a felt painting. She brought with her this awesome “show-n-tell” that really impressed us.
Maria Cohen Nuno Wrap 06 2016
This pretty shawl is nuno felted with Living Felt MC-1 batting onto cheese cloth.
Maria used very thin layers and it is beautiful and drapey with a nice hand. It could be converted into a table runner or functional item also.
Primary colors in this piece are MC-1 Indigo and Boysenberry.
Nuno Felting Tutorial — Free!
This very detailed tutorial is step by step across a set of videos to demonstrate the process for nuno felting a simple, yet highly textured neck warmer.
More experienced felters may want to fast forward thru steps as everything is covered here! Watch the video and let us know what you think with your thumbs, with comments or post questions! Please share it if you feel inspired!
Also available is a step-by-step PDF for a different neck warmer, a matching shawl and another shawl (3 projects in one pdf). That is here: http://goo.gl/Cp0nVg
The PDF is 30+ pages, 150+ photos and two resolutions. Download the HiRes if you want to zoom in or want super sharp pics, the other one is much smaller if you need that.
Wishing You LOTS of Fun, Creative Time & Inspiration!
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