Fabulous Needle Felted Dolls and Doll Clothing

Needle Felted Dolls by Ruthann Brasington featured on www.livingfelt.com/blog

These felted dolls are fabulous and their clothes are just magnificent!

“I needle felted these and have them to a dear childhood friend. They are her grandchildren made from MC-1 batts except for the hair. The little girl’s hair is from locks and the boy hair is silk.”

– Ruthann Brasington, South Carolina

A Very Lovely First Felted Doll

First Needle Felted Doll by Andrea-Arnoldy on www.livingfelt.com/blog Andrea-Arnoldy-1stDolla

Andrea Arnoldy of New Hampshire shared her VERY FIRST needle felted doll on our facebook  page last week…WOW!”This is my first felted dolly! I only started felting two months ago, so she was a lot of fun.

Made with core wool and then colors from cross batts from LF [Living Felt].
Wire armature only in arms and legs.”

Andrea clothed the doll by needle felting thin sheets of MC-1 Wool
and pressing it with an iron. She added the embellishments to the dress
before putting it on the doll and felting it in place.

Darling Decorated Bears from The “Teddy Group” in South Africa!

The "Teddy Group" with their bears

The "Teddy Group" with their bears

Needle Felted Bear Coats

Needle Felted Bear Coats

Needle Felted Bear Coats

Needle Felted Bear Coats

Carol Travis, of South Africa, led a work shop for her fellow Teddy Bear enthusiasts with such adorable results!  Thanks for sharing felting with your group! Hope to see more of what you create!

“After ordering and getting my wool from you,  I wanted to do a workshop with the ladies who had never done it before, to show them how exciting needle felting is.  It was decided to do a teddy waistcoat for the first try.  We used felting wool as decoration onto plain craft felt, and then added some special knitting yarns to use as accents, which were needle felted onto the waistcoat.  I was so ‘chuffed’ that the ladies really enjoyed themselves.  There were a few ‘poked’ fingers and one broken needle, but we all had so much fun.   They are all eager to do another workshop, so I am working on some ideas.  Thank you for the ‘materials’ to help to make my ideas come alive. Many Thanks and hugs”
Carol Travis ~ Durban, KwaZulu Natal, South Africa

Darling Decorated Bears from The "Teddy Group" in South Africa!

The "Teddy Group" with their bears

The "Teddy Group" with their bears

Needle Felted Bear Coats

Needle Felted Bear Coats

Needle Felted Bear Coats

Needle Felted Bear Coats

Carol Travis, of South Africa, led a work shop for her fellow Teddy Bear enthusiasts with such adorable results!  Thanks for sharing felting with your group! Hope to see more of what you create!

“After ordering and getting my wool from you,  I wanted to do a workshop with the ladies who had never done it before, to show them how exciting needle felting is.  It was decided to do a teddy waistcoat for the first try.  We used felting wool as decoration onto plain craft felt, and then added some special knitting yarns to use as accents, which were needle felted onto the waistcoat.  I was so ‘chuffed’ that the ladies really enjoyed themselves.  There were a few ‘poked’ fingers and one broken needle, but we all had so much fun.   They are all eager to do another workshop, so I am working on some ideas.  Thank you for the ‘materials’ to help to make my ideas come alive. Many Thanks and hugs”
Carol Travis ~ Durban, KwaZulu Natal, South Africa