Ruth Wins a Felting Goody Box!!!
Ruth posted this wonderful hat adorned with the flowers she felted during our live felt-a-long last Wednesday. Aren’t they fabulous?!
– Ruth Dykstra, Illinois
Wet Felting Flowers!
felt a long with us!
Last Wednesday we had a lot of fun wet felting flowers during our fb LIVE broadcast! Already a few of our friends are sharing the flowers they felted along with us!
Even more are showing up as people watch the replay. You can too, right here on youtube.
Next Wooly Wednesday:
May 2 @ 2pm Central Time
Felting Simple Cards & Pictures with MC-1 Batting
- blend colors for lovely transitions
- needle felt or wet felt
- add embellishments & details
Catch it live on Living Felt Friends
“HERE IT IS HERE IT IS!!!! Im so d@#n proud of my witch hat! Thank you Marie Spaulding for your tips and tricks and help! And sandra for helping me with the resist! :)”
– Sammiej Brinkman, Netherlands
Astounding, Remarkable, Brilliant! Sonja shared in our fb group how she made this INCREDIBLE hat!!! It took a lot of finagling, but she really pulled it off!
“So i made a hatter jacket to go with the hatter hat. Nuno felt and i have a love hate relationship.
I love the potential but never seem to have enough control (or space). This uses silk chiffon dyed with coffee, asparagus merino, merino luxury batt in forest, and the Autumn leaves artist pack. I adapted the pattern from a Russian dress pattern. Please excuse my sad hatter makeup and selfie timer portrait session.”
– Sonja Weeks-Oswalt, Tennessee
“Thank you for taking the time to give me some tips over the phone. Using all of Living Felt’s supplies helped my bonnet making much easier. I used Living Felt resist material, mesh, olive oil soap (which I love), bamboo mat (was larger than the one I had).
The wool I used was MC-1 Merino-cross fast felting batt [Caramel].
Thank you for your wonderful customer service!”
-Sandy McQueen, Indiana
We challenged the ever-adventurous Sonja Weeks Oswalt of Tennessee to felt up anything she felt inspired to with our Fire Mountain Designer Pack, and she made this awesome ensemble.
She added approx. 2oz of additional fiber so she could make all 3 pieces. The scarf is nuno felted and the silk was initially dyed with Kool-Aid. The wrist warmers were wet felted over a resist, we have a free video lesson for this, and the hat was first wet felted flat and then shaped over a hat block.
The wrist warmers can shrink quite a bit!
This absolutely exquisite child’s outfit including a felted hat and a felted cape
in an ocean-sea theme was created by Ekaterina Tasminskaâ in Moscow, Russia.
Her work is breathtaking, and can be seen on the Russian Master’s site (similar to our etsy).