Birds of a Feather Exhibit: Red Crested Cardinal

Red Crested Cardinal by Diana Matusik Densmore featured on www.livingfelt.com/blog.

Red Crested Cardinal, Diana Matusik Densmore

“In 2012, my mom and stepfather married in Hawaii … there was one moment where we were sitting outside at a restaurant, and one of these little goofballs bounced up to us, cocked its head, and just gave us the most endearing little look. We had a good laugh from that character, considering we were also watching roosters chase each other up and down the adjacent golf course. Little dinosaurs, they are … It’s a sort of ‘stylized realism,’ a combo of realistic design and cartoon-ish simplicity”

wire armature, core wool, MC-1 Batting, NZ Corriedale in crest

Diana Matusik Densmore, Florida
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Birds of a Feather Exhibit: Eastern Screech Owl

Felted Eastern Screech Owl by Sonja Oswalt featured on www.livingfelt.com/blog.

Eastern Screech Owl, red morph, Sonja Oswalt

“One of my favorite things as a graduate student in Wildlife and Fisheries science was to go spotlighting owls at night. I got to see many of these little guys, and learned to hear and mimic their song. I don’t get in the field much now, but I love these adorable native birds.”

Felted Eastern Screech Owl by Sonja Oswalt featured on www.livingfelt.com/blog.

CW-1 Core wool, MC-1 batt in browns and greys, Living Felt corriedale wool

Sonja Weeks-Oswalt, Tennessee
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Birds of a Feather Exhibit: Blue Heron

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

Blue Heron, Sandra Atkins

“When we moved to our new house in SC we discovered that the builder put a big ugly electrical box in our hallway. I had been needle felting 3D figures for about 18 months and decided to try a 2D wall hanging to cover the box.

Since we live on the marsh, a heron was the natural choice for my subject. The electrical box was fairly large and at the time I didn’t have a large foam mat so I had to do the piece in sections.”

prefelted background; all natural fibers (mostly from Living Felt) including core wool, merino top, silk blend and locks, plus some karakul fiber in the grasses from a local VA breeder

Sandra Atkins, South Carolina
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Wintry Felted Snowmen

Felted Snowman by Marjolein Wolverson featured on www.livingfelt.com/blog

Marjolein made her base shapes out of core wool, and then wrapped then in 19.5 micron prefelt, they look wonderful!

“My mom’s present is well on its way! Thank you LF for Lilly white prefelt! It’s that wonderful, I don’t want to use it!”

– Marjolein Wolverson, UK

Felted Snowmen by Woo Hofford featured on www.livingfelt.com/blog

What fabulous little night lights these would make!

“Wet felting projects done this past weekend thanks to a prompt order of lily white merino top and some white tussah silk from Living Felt–thanks guys!!”

– Woo Hofford, Pennsylvania

You can make your own felted snowman using our Needle Felting Snowman and Ornaments Kit. This kit is packed so full of FUN that we can barely get it closed!! It includes enough wool and other supplies for 1 snowman and two ornaments, or 2 snowmen or more ornaments!

Delightful Felted Fall Creations

Needle Felted Fall Creations by Susan VanLith featured on www.livingfelt.com/blog

Such delightful fall creations and so wonderfully felted!

“Here’s my first attempt at needle felting…even though it’s still warm here, fall is in the air! Made from LF core wool, MC-1batts (including fairytale pumpkin) and LF corriedale :)”

-Susan VanLith, California

Irresistible Needle Felted Alpaca Picture

Needle Felted Alpaca Picture by Sandi Atkins featured on www.livingfelt.com/blog.

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
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Realistic Life-Size Squirrel

Felted Squirrel by Tessa Bold featured on www.livingfelt.com/blog

Wow — He looks so real! 🙂

“A life-size squirrel made from Living Felt wools. Core wool over a wire armature and then three different colors of Corriedale for his coat. And of course my favorite horse hair whiskers! I gave him a little wire chest loop so he can hang on a nail like this or hang on a wall like he’s climbing. A great way to display him to keep him away from the cats and dogs who are already freaking out over” there’s a squirrel in the house!”

– Tessa Bold, Texas