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

Free Needle Felted Mushrooms Tutorial

 

Free Needle Felted Mushrooms Tutorial featured on www.livingfelt.com/blog.

These sweet little mushrooms are lots of fun. Decorate or pose them any way you like! It’s a perfect beginner project, and you can use this as a building block for future projects.

Get the free needle felting mushrooms video tutorial here.

 

Needle Felted Fairy Garden

Needle Felted Fairy Garden by Kimberly Czar featured on www.livingfelt.com/blog

“As mother earth awakens this spring I find I am inspired by all the little things that are starting to grow. have done some hanging toadstool ornaments before but thought it would be fun to put a few together in a garden. I used all merino cross batts as I find the shorter fibers easier to work with when making smaller items.

I started with an unfinished 2 1/2″ wooden bowl. I stained it dark and then painted with white acrylic over that and sanded it to get a more aged, earthy feel. I felted a thick, tight base of wool and glued it to the inside of the bowl, and then built everything on top of that base.

I used a similar technique for the snail, gluing some densely felted wool to the inside of the shell and using the loose ends to attach the shell to the snail’s felted body. on the VERY narrow bits – like the snail’s eye tentacles, I employed a bit of wet felting technique after getting them as tight as I could with my needle I dampened them with warm, soapy water and rolled them between my fingers, compressing them as much as possible, and then doing the same with a towel, leaving some loose ends to attach to the head once they were dry.

I used my 42 triangle needle almost exclusively on this and find that the right needle makes a big difference when working on small details.”

– Kimberly Czar, Massachusetts
on etsy: czardesign

needle felted bunnies for Easter basket

Needle Felted Bunnies & Sweet Treasures

needle felted bunnies for Easter basket

It has been Felted Easter … and Especially BUNNIES all week here at Living Felt
and we have received a ton of pictures from our felting friends around the world.
These little cuties come from Jen Moss of Canada.

needle felted bunnies for Easter basket

Jen needle felted these tiny little bunnies out of wool…perfect for your Easter Basket!

Needle Felted Toadstool House Mushroom Waldorf

Jen felts more than just Bunnies! So stop by her etsy shop
for more delightful creations.

custom needle felted fairies in Waldorf style on etsy

You can even have a custom needle felted fairy made just for you!

Visit Jen’s Felted Jems…on etsy!