Felted Wool

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Do you ever wonder how professional textile artists achieve a smooth, even finish to their needle felted artwork? Does your work look a little fuzzy, blobby or matted in comparison? Read on for three effective tips to get you felting like a pro.1. Stab Sensitively!Have you ever looked at your work and though "that looks a bit...stabby"? Have the holes made by your felting needle really left their impression on your work? The chances are that this is because when you stab down with your…

Lara Benschoter
felted seam technique Betz White

Hello, Felt-sters! I have for you today a quick technique tutorial. I received this tool a few months ago at CHA from the lovely people at Clover. It works pretty much like the other tool I use, but able to pinpoint (ahem) a tinier area. I think it works great for a technique I'm calling

Estela Caceres
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Last year around this time, I wrote a lengthy post sharing ways to create a natural, low-waste laundry routine. I included all sorts of suggestions, ranging from 1) buying clothes made of natural fibers to 2) using a clothesline, 3) switching to natural soap, 4) ditching fabric softeners, and 5) a

Julia Deans
Inspiration, Patchwork, Crafts, Ornament, Wet Felt, Wool Art, Felt Art, Wet Felting Projects, Hand Felted

Hello there readers! I get lots of compliments about my wet-felted background pieces and often get asked how they are made. So here’s a blog devoted to giving you an insight into the wet felting process and the tools that I use. To begin with, here are all my tools:1. Liquid soap2. Water spray bottle3. Hand washboard4. Bamboo mat5. Roller6. Net7. Bar of soap8. Wool yarns9. Coloured wool roving10 White wool roving11. White vinegar spray I begin by throwing an old towel over my work desk. This…

Lynn Taverna

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