Delightful Felted Monster Sculpture

 Felted Monster by Shelly Schwartz featured on www.livingfelt.com/blog.

Shelly has been felting with us a few years and treated us to some wonderful felted critters! This one is pure delight!

“I sculpted this guy for my daughter to look like her drawing of a monster. He was sculpted with caspian, oatmeal, orchid pink, and majestic blue and black onyx for his eyes. He has a wire armature …I also added a couple of small rock to weigh him down a bit to help him stand better.

She is already asking me to sculpt one of the other four monsters she designed. Thank you Living Felt for making it possible for me to create all of the things I want to try….”

– Shelly Schwartz, Michigan

Free Tutorial: Felting Animal Claws and Fingers

Free Tutorial: Felting Animal Claws and Fingers by Marie Spaulding featured on www.livingfelt.com/blog

This short tutorial will show you Marie’s method for making tiny but realistic fingers and claws for your needle felted critters.

As with all of our PDF tutorials, “Add” this item to your shopping cart, and look for the blue download link in the emailed copy of your order confirmation. You can also find the link in the online copy of your order confirmation.

Get the free tutorial here!

Needle Felted Gray Wolf

Needle Felted Sculptures By Alissa Groff

Needle Felted Gray and White Cat Zippy

From first tries to more recent projects, Alissa Groff has needle felted all of these beautiful and creative sculptures. She started  felting with Living Felt in high school, over six years!

This cat, named Zippy, is a present for her sister as a replica of her own kitty.

Needle Felted Gray Wolf

Needle Felted Stitch

Needle Felted Dory Fish

Needle Felted Ioryogi Bear Dog

Needle Felted Hedwig Owl

Needle Felted Piglet

Needle Felted Mimby Dog

Dory was the first sculpture Alissa made free hand followed closely by Stitch and Piglet.

Great job, Alissa! Keep up the good work!