Cute Felted Sheep at the Lighthouse

Felted Sheep by Pam Ruiter featured on www.livingfelt.com/blog

Hi Marie, Home from Big Sable Point Lighthouse in Ludington, Michigan.

Michigan Lighthouse by Pam Ruiter featured on www.livingfelt.com/blog

I now have internet so I can send the picture of the one felted sheep that I made while at the lighthouse. Getting a jump on fall craft shows and this sheep are big sellers for the holidays.

I can not wait to start on my Little Pokey Hedgehog.

Truly,
Pam Ruiter, Michigan

Realistic Needle Felted Sheep

Needle Felted Sheep by Jeanette Justus featured on www.livingfelt.com/blog

A wonderfully realistic felted sheep!

“I needle felted this Sheep for a woman in Colorado and put the family brand on it. I almost exclusively used Living Felt’s core wool, with areas of their bright white wool. For realism, I used the core wool because I didn’t think a Sheep would be bright white. For the curly parts, I soaked the wool in water, and twisted it.

I thought there was something neat about a Sheep made of wool.”

– Jeanette Justus, Wyoming

Needle Felted Cow With Bell

Needle Felted Barnyard Friends by Irma Hoani

Needle Felted Cow With Bell and Pig

 These incredible barnyard friends were needle felted by Irma Hoani of New Zealand! She felted them for the Hamilton Doll and Bear Show.

Needle Felted White Sheep

Needle Felted Cow With Bell

 She needle felted them using Living Felt Merino Cross Batt Tulip, Cotton White, Black Onyx, Cotswold White Locks and Black Beads.

Neelde Felted Cow With Bell, White Sheep and Pig

 Here’s the whole felted family!

Needle Felted White Rabbit

Thank you for sharing your wonderful creations with us, Irma! We look forward to seeing more!

Felted Painting

Needle Felted Sheep Painting

 

Felted Painting

Arlette Seib of Canada shared her wonderfully needle felted wool painting with us!
We love the textures and the richness, plus applaud the composition.

“I’m just getting started with needle felting. I’m very grateful to have discovered Living Felt at the start of this journey. This is my second painting done with wool.”