This kit will help you learn how to:
- build a firm foundation for your sculptures,
- work with wire armature
- use glass eyes
- create strong whiskers
Finished bunny sits about 10″ high to tips of ears 🙂
You can get a Standard Kit with all the wool and supplies needed a Deluxe Kit which includes a 10×7 foam and Special Variety Pack of 4 needles or if you have all the supplies, just get the PDF Download!
We are very grateful to bunny artist, Sharon Weinmeyer for sharing her mad bunny skills for this kit!
These are a few of Sharon’s bunnies 🙂
Up until now she has sold her bunnies in person, but Sharon just opened an etsy shop where you can check them out: TheFeltedHare
We love this collection of wonderful bookmarks!
“I had fun making the bookmarks and learned a lot about wet felting in the process – these are just some – I didn’t finish all because hand finishing the edges takes so much time! I also finished the cobweb scarf kit I got from Living Felt this month and my felting mentor was very impressed with the supplies in the kit and how it turned out!”
Colorado Springs, Colorado
Johanna Koons started felting about two years ago. She wandered into a store that sold felted Santa Clauses, angels, gnomes, felting materials and beads.
“My sister and I have an inside joke where we give my father little gnome figurines, so I bought him a felted gnome, but also a felting kit so I could felt my own gnome for him.”
After felting that gnome, Johanna discovered that she really enjoyed the medium and started incorporating felting into her art practice.
She says this about felting,
“Unlike other art forms like ceramics or even painting, felting does not require me to work in a special studio. I can felt almost anywhere I want. I also love how much control I have when felting. I can easily get the effect I envision without mechanical errors.”
She likes to experiment with many different art forms, but primarily paint, bookmaking, and now felting.
“I made these three dolls for an exhibit I did looking at women’s life trajectories. I wanted them to celebrate older women and the stories they have collected. They are inspired by Jordanian dolls, Kimt, and a knitted Yves Saint Laurent wedding dress from 1965.”
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