Spectacular Felted Tiger Portrait

Felted Tiger by Adrienne Assinewai-McGee featured on www.livingfelt.com/blog

What a spectacular work of art!

“Forest Guardian” 8 inch hoop, all Living Felt wool and whiskers kindly donated by our cat Stryder. This was inspired by someone else’s tiger creation posted on here [Living Felt Friends Group] awhile ago (sorry forgetting names! ??). I loved it so much and wanted to take a crack at it myself later so here’s the end result!”

– Adrienne Assinewai-McGee, Ontario Canada
RavenStar Studio

Fun Felted Giraffe

Felted Giraffe by Wendy Fifield featured on www.livingfelt.com/blog

It seems Wendy is willing to go anywhere with her art to achieve truly unique and interesting pieces! We love this giraffe!

“A giraffe done in my series of animals. Love how the sari threads worked for the mane. Used living felt merino blend for the body [amethyst] and some gastly rough pink roving someone gave me for the spots but it worked on this.”

– Wendy Fifield, Canada

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

A Felty-Full Week of Workshops!

It has been a felty-full week at LF!

Needle Felted Simple Animals Workshop at Living Felt featured on www.livingfelt.com/blog

Last Saturday, we had full workshop for needle felting simple animals. We had 11 bunnies and a fox … missed a few pics, but here is a glimpse at our fun bunch of humans and furry felties!

Needle Felted Gnomes Workshop at Living Felt featured on www.livingfelt.com/blog

On Friday, we had a fabulous time Needle Felting Gnomes! What a great job these gals did!!

Needle Felted Gnomes Workshop at Living Felt featured on www.livingfelt.com/blog


Wooly Wednesday Broadcast at Living Felt featured on www.livingfelt.com/blog

We had so much FUN visiting with you all! If you missed it…you can still see it in our fb group…AND You can pause it and comment. Your comments will be in line with other comments that came in at the same time!

We answered questions, and gave demonstrations, we gave away fun prizes and did show-n-tells of things made by our community members…it was a blast.

Our plan was to do this once a month…but after this week, we are going to “shoot for” 2x a month. 🙂

Next Wooly Wed. is scheduled for WED, FEB 1st at 2pm CST
Broadcast is in our fb group: LIVING FELT FRIENDS

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

Beautiful Felted Whale Sculpture

Needle and Wet Felted Whale by Wendy Fifield featured on www.livingfelt.com/blog. She used merino silk blend Ocean and silk hankies.

What a beautiful sculpture and fabulous blend of fiber and found objects!

“Here is my latest project “Whale of a Good Time.” Sometimes you find a perfect piece of wood and this one called out for a tail. I needle felted core wool for the tail over wire so it could be flexible. I then wet felted with merino silk blend Ocean and a variety of green roving adding in locks, wool bits and silk hankies for texture. The tail was then wired onto the driftwood head and glued into place. (I use a fabric glue called E6000) Love all my products from Living Felt!”

– Wendy Fifield, Canada