This magical little needle felted elf would brighten anyone’s day! We see lots of MC-1 in this little sculpture…well done!
“After the week I’ve had, I think it’s time for a little music and dancing! (with a little help from Living Felt and their awesome wool!)”
– Kristin Johnson-Ray
This pieces is just fabulous! We love the use of color in the shading.
“This is a commission I recently completed. It was a challenge. The client wanted a white horse with a sky and cloud background. The difficulty came in while trying to make sure it was obvious the horse was white while not blending into the clouds! Also it’s not a huge piece so those tiny details and curves , especially of the legs were really hard to get!!”
– Heather Yerkey, Wisconsin
This little hen really brightened our day!
“Finished a spring piece this time! I am calling her Spring Hen-na. It was fun playing with all the Living Felt [mc-1] springtime colors.
…I am usually more inclined to use my Earth tones and such, so this was a fun project with lots of color for me. And it’s snowing here again in N Michigan so it made for a bright splash of color to contrast the blur of white outside.”
– Carol Krajnik, Michigan
These little bunnies just stole our hearts!
“Is it Spring yet? These bunnies say yes!???? I used pecan, charcoal, aspen, and the new light flesh color [pale peach] batt plus others I don’t recall:)”
Kara Kirchner, Illinois
etsy: Kara Felts
JoAnn recently got the Color Me Happy Bundle, good thing too because she is working on a commission for like a jillion bunnies! She keeps posting them in new colors 🙂
“Orange cream MC1 makes the cutest bunny!!!! Hats off to Living Felt for such a quality product in so many luscious colors!!!”
JoAnn Stratakos, Pennsylvania
We love this beautiful Cardinal couple. Cherrie says her 91year old father made the frame for her and she enjoyed the collaboration 🙂
“I love using the MC-1 batts to paint my wool pictures.”
– Cherrie Hampton, Oklahoma
Jaylyn Wins a Felting Goody Box!
Materials used: Living Felt MC-1 ‘Vintage Red’, Merino ‘Begonia’, MC-1 Cross color for hair, dyed locks for the Edwardian style dress I was aiming for, and an old paper flower crown that I used to wear until it broke. Posing on antique doilies that a relative tatted several generations ago
– Jaylyn Morehouse, Texas
fb: Beneath the Greenwood