Stunning Felt Dog Portrait

Felted Dog Pet Portrait by Doris Waschinski featured on www.livingfelt.com/blog

This portrait is nothing short of stunning! Visit our fb friends group for pictures of her work in process.

“My portrait of my Zima is finished. It feels so good to have this almost living memorial. I can pet her 🙂 Thank you Living Felt for the inspiring tutorials. I would never have attempted this without your help.”

– Doris Waschinski, Canada

Fluffy Felted Dog

Felted Dog by Melanie Litchfield featured on www.livingfelt.com/blog

Isn’t she a beauty?! We just love all that fluff!!

“You all are so nice and I am glad to be in this group of fiber artists …a nice break from finger stabbing ;-}. Here is a commission piece I had trouble giving up but making a new Samoyed now. This girl is made of layers of corriedale and then added fur of different specialty fiber including silk and merino.

She has glass eyes and is about 8″ tall. The core and corriedale wool is from LivingFelt.com and they also carry silk and merino fibers.”

– Melanie Litchfield, Connecticut

4 Exceptional Felt Paintings

These are exceptional examples of painting with wool, and we are so thrilled to see what our friends are making with our MC-1 Felting Batts.

Needle Felt Painting by Christine Raak featured on www.livingfelt.com/blog

What a beautiful work of art and an exciting day!!

“I’m so excited! I sold my first needle felted wool painting!! All of the wool I used came from Living Felt, and I used a little bit of embroidery floss, too. Plus, this was only the second painting I did! I’ve felted snowmen, fairies, acorns, pumpkins, etc. I even did an Olaf (from the film Frozen)! But I think I found my calling with the paintings. They’re rewarding, relaxing, and satisfying, and when I finish one, I can’t believe it came from my hand. Thank you Living Felt and all of you for the guidance, encouragement, and inspiration!!”

– Christine Raak, Illinois

Needle Felt Lake Painting by Suzanne Cabrera Towry featured on www.livingfelt.com/blog

The colors and the depth of detail just draw you in! We are ready to put our paddle in the water and head for the opposite shore.

“Made for my sister. It’s a felting painting of a lake we love to visit in the Eastern Sierra Nevada mountains in California.”

Suzanne Cabrera Towry, North Carolina

Loon Family Needle Felt Painting by Marjorie Talacko featured on www.livingfelt.com/blog

A wonderfully captured moment and great color reflections in the water.

“After seeing a loon family while kayaking, I was inspired to needle-felt this loon family. I enjoyed working with the color of the sunset behind and the reflection of the birds in the water.”

– Marjorie Talacko, Massachusetts

Boston Terrier Needle Felt Painting by Pauline Crouse featured on www.livingfelt.com/blog.

A very artful work, you can feel the soul of this little pup!

“My most recent commission titled Lucy. I love doing dog portraits. This is my first Boston. Though not perfect I hope I captured her character. I used a backing of commercial felt with MC-1 and some New Zealand Corriedale.”

– Pauline Crouse, Mississippi
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Felted Painting Dog Jack Russell by Fiona Gill of Marmelade Rose

Captivating Felted Paintings!

 Felted Painting Dog Jack Russell by Fiona Gill of Marmelade Rose

Fiona Gill of Marmelade Rose shared a felted painting of a little Jack Russell and one of a Robin, both on our  facebook page.
She is indeed talented! She sells her work Cherrydidi in Keswick and Chapel Gallery in Hawes, both have websites.
She will also be exhibiting at Art in the Pen at both Carlisle and Skipton, Yarndale at Skipton and Staithes Festival of Art.

Felted Painting of Robin Bird by Fiona Gill of Marmelade Rose

On her facebook she also offers reprints of her felt paintings as greeting cards
— a lovely way to have and share this wonderful art!

Marmelade Rose on facebook