This pieces is just fabulous! We love the use of color in the shading.
“This is a commission I recently completed. It was a challenge. The client wanted a white horse with a sky and cloud background. The difficulty came in while trying to make sure it was obvious the horse was white while not blending into the clouds! Also it’s not a huge piece so those tiny details and curves , especially of the legs were really hard to get!!”
– Heather Yerkey, Wisconsin
This awesome piece showed up in our fb group and we all fell in love! I had to scroll back up to see who made it…turns out, it is our newest Living Felt Fairy – Tanya! She has been with us a few months and picked up needle felting…isn’t this beautiful?!
“My 1st finished piece! Felted on 8×12 100% wool felt. It may end up in a frame or a little clutch purse… not sure.”
– Tanya Cisneros-Conreaux, Texas
Meet Smoky — a precious felted PUP.
Would you believe that at first Sonja was a bit timid about giving a realistic dog portrait a try? Wow … absolutely beautiful!
– Sonja Weeks Oswalt, Tennessee
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Check out this animated and gorgeous giraffe!
“Just finished my giraffe. I used to many many colors and I finger blended many of them for the texture. I also worked upside down from the reference pictures on some of tough spots. Used three different reference pictures. This was so much fun.”
– Barb Sackel, New York
What a lovely felted scene, lots of texture, an organic feel and top stitching for added detail!
“My Indiana Prairie wet felt and needle felt wall hanging. I used dried Ironweed stems for hanging. It is my third attempt and what would I do without Living Felt tutorials?”
– Carolyn Powers, Indiana
Three Trees wall hanging using wet felting techniques for the background and needle felting for adding detail to the tree and leaves.
It measures 16″ x 46″, including the hanging tabs.
“I’m a lover of aspen trees. My first ‘felted tapestry’ was a commissioned piece quite large and a little daunting. The end result was stunning, so I continue to experiment with the process resulting in more ‘tapestry work with the aspen theme.”
You can see this and more in her etsy shop:
Sue Potter of British Columbia, Canada has been vacationing at her cabin — and look what she’s been up to! This lovely little wallhanging paints a very sweet and inviting scene, needle felted and wet felted. The detail in the trees, and the reflection of the mountains in the lake are just magnificent.
A lovely hillside with pine trees. Notice how well she captured the closeups and the distant images — just wonderful!
Fairy near the water with a gorgeous sky, are those orbs above the fairy? They look light and wonderful.
Fairies at night, what a wonderfully captured scene and a great night sky!