Wet Felted Fall Fairytale Hat

Wet Felted Fall Fairytale Hat by Judi Francis featured on www.livingfelt.com/blog

“Fall Fairytale,” a perfect hat for for a perfect fall day!

This gorgeous hat was custom made just for us by Judi Francis of Felting With a Point in Pennsylvania. Judi made a similar hat for The Pence Gallery and we just had to have one!

Wet Felted Fall Fairytale Hat by Judi Francis featured on www.livingfelt.com/blog.

It is lovingly wet felted using Merino Top in Oak, and our Autumn Leaves Designer Pack. We love all the rich details and the precious little lady bugs!! This beautiful wearable art is currently on display at our shop!

Artist: Judi Francis, Pennsylvania
You can find Judi on fb under: Felting with a Point

Beautiful Wet Felted Hat

Wet Felted Hat by Steve Whalen featured on www.livingfelt.com/blog

Steve Whalen is felting with his wife, Erin, and we were so happy to receive this submission for this hat he made! His hats weigh 4.5 – 5oz and are wet felted over a resist, and then shaped on a hat block. This one is made with Living Felt MC-1 Felting Batts True Violet and accented with Multi-Colored Merino Top Cranberry.

A note from Erin:

“I consider myself extremely lucky to have a hubby who spins, weaves and now, wet felts! We’ve taken several wet felting classes together and have since modified and improved our techniques.

We’ve recently started making wet felted hats over a resist. This is my husband’s latest hat. I’m a little biased, but I think his work is fabulous! It’s amazing how straight he can get the brim. (Real men DO wet felt – LOL!!)”

artist: Steve Whalen, Wisconsin

Awesome Fire Mountain Designer Pack Felted Ensemble

Nuno Felted Scarf and Wet Felted Hat by Sonja Weeks Oswalt featured on www.livingfelt.com/blog

We challenged the ever-adventurous Sonja Weeks Oswalt of Tennessee to felt up anything she felt inspired to with our Fire Mountain Designer Pack, and she made this awesome ensemble.

Fire Mountain Designer Pack featured on www.livingfelt.com/blog

She added approx. 2oz of additional fiber so she could make all 3 pieces. The scarf is nuno felted and the silk was initially dyed with Kool-Aid. The wrist warmers were wet felted over a resist, we have a free video lesson for this, and the hat was first wet felted flat and then shaped over a hat block.

Nuno Felted Scarf and Wet Felted Hat by Sonja Weeks Oswalt featured on www.livingfelt.com/blog. She used the Fire Mountain Designer Pack.

The wrist warmers can shrink quite a bit!

Wet Felted Wrist Warmers by Sonja Weeks Oswalt featured on www.livingfelt.com/blog


Wet felted hats over gertie ball

Felting With Friends- Wet Felted Hats

Wet felted hats over gertie ball

For their fun girls getaway, these women decided to make some wet felted hats! Suzy Whitney taught her friends how to wet felt a hat on a gertie ball– what a fun weekend idea!

They look like they had a lot of fun- hats make a great holiday gift. 🙂

If you would like to make your own felted hat, try out our Living Felt needle felting a hat kit.

brown and green needle and wet felted hat

Needle Felted Structured Hat

brown and green needle and wet felted hat

Jeanne Cote of Quebec needle and wet felted this wonderful hat using the Living Felt Needle Felting a Hat Kit. She used Merino Cross Batt Bamboo and Willow for the color options.

We really love how she wet felted so much structure into it.

Jeanne says, “I love felting, it is sublime!” We agree with you Jeanne!

If you would like to see your own creation on this blog, send us pictures at submissions@livingfelt.com. You will also be entered into our weekly $25 gift card drawing!

Beautiful Ocean Inspired Needle Wet Felted Sculptures

Beautiful, Unique, Ocean Inspired Sculptures

Beautiful Ocean Inspired Needle Wet Felted Sculptures

These beautiful and unique sculptures were needle and wet felted by Peter McMasters of Wisconsin.

The middle white piece was made with Alpaca and Mohair fibers. He needle felted it then finished the look by wet felting it.

All of the other pieces were made in sections. First the tentacles were felted using a variety of wet felt techniques while still leaving the ends dry to needle felt right into the base of the sculpture. The object in the lower left is felted around glass, so the wool could be cut away to reveal the glass underneath.

Peter usually felts wearables- hats (made using Living Felt Needle Felting Hat Forms), scarves, and purses- but upon invitation to the Iowa Sculpture Festival he decided to show them what wool is really capable of- magnificence!

Thank you for sharing your remarkable sculptures with us, Peter!

To see more of his creations, visit his website at: http://www.sprywhimsy.com/