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How to Make a Wool Felted Necklace

Instructions for how to make a felt necklace – with a bit of crochet and wool roving. […]

Felted Posey Pot

Recently I purchased a feltmaking kit from my favourite local sewing shop – Clothkits. The felting kit was made by Gillian Gladrag.

The felting kit contains all you need to get started with feltmaking – a large bamboo mat, a piece of netting, and an assortment of dyed wool roving.

I also […]

Seed Stitch Hat Knitting Pattern

A free knitting pattern for a hat knit in seedstitch, […]

Needle Felted Little People

How to needle felt little people […]

How to Make Wet Felted Easter Eggs

Instructions for making quail size Easter eggs using a wet felting method. […]

Easter Feltmaking

Felted projects and patterns for Easter […]

Needle Felted Christmas Ornaments

A quick and easy way to make your own needle felted Christmas decorations is to use a cookie cutter as a form. This is a good project if you are a beginner at needle felting. In order to do needle felting you will need a small piece of foam rubber or a pillow on […]

Thanksgiving Feltmaking Crafts

Thanksgiving Oven Mitt Make this handfelted oven mitt

Thanksgiving Decoration Swap Hand felted turkey and fall leaves.

You Tube – How to Felt a Pumpkin

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Thanksgiving Beadwork

Thanksgiving Knitting Patterns and Projects

Thanksgiving Crochet Patterns

Thanksgiving Cross Stitch […]

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