Delightful Felted Fall Creations

Needle Felted Fall Creations by Susan VanLith featured on www.livingfelt.com/blog

Such delightful fall creations and so wonderfully felted!

“Here’s my first attempt at needle felting…even though it’s still warm here, fall is in the air! Made from LF core wool, MC-1batts (including fairytale pumpkin) and LF corriedale :)”

-Susan VanLith, California

Lovely Felted Fall Pumpkins

Felted Fall Pumpkins by Becky Lynn featured on www.livingfelt.com/blog.

Aren’t these lovely?! How about the bright white one?! Wow!

“These little ones are off to find a new home. Decided to take the plunge and try selling some of my creations in a local museum gift shop. All of the felting is done with Living Felt wool!”

– Becky Lynn, Pennsylvania

Galahad Fan Art Sculpture

Felt Galahad Sculpture by Sasha Blaschka featured on www.livingfelt.com/blog

Fan Art in Felt…You just gotta love it! Sasha really did this character justice!

“Galahad is an enchanted suit of armor and main character of the “Galahad & The Far Off Horizon” comic anthology, created by Hansel Moreno & Julian Adkins. This sculpture is made of wire, wool (mostly Living Felt’s MC-1 Batt in Carnival!), and polymer clay (with a pinch o’ magic, shh)! Capturing the proportions of this character was a fun challenge; I learned a lot from this project!”

– Sasha Blaschka, Texas

Stunning Felted Pig Portrait

Felted Pig Portrait by Beth Walker featured on www.livingfelt.com/blog

Beth’s Animal Portraits in Felted Wool are So Stunning! You can definitely see some MC-1 Batting in this pic, background is wool felt.

“I think I’m calling this one finished. This is a rescued pig who passed away, and was the face of the sanctuary.. I did this for the owner and I hope I did her justice.”

– Beth Walker, Alabama
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Beautiful Needle Felted Cross

Needle Felted Cross by Sandy Wogaman featured on www.livingfelt.com/blog

“My son is being ordained into the Lutheran church next month. Ministers often wear crosses when they preach, so I needle-felted one with Living Felt merino cross. The wet-felted rope has a needle-felted closure. I very much enjoy both processes, and usually do both in each of my projects. Thank you, Marie, for all the videos and all the information you so graciously share.”

– Sandy Wogaman, Minnesota