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Wet Felting with a Washboard

The old fashioned wash board is quickly becoming my most used felting tool. I use it for the final fulling process when wet felting. What it does is it straightens out the top layer of wool and smooths it out creating a harder surface of felted wool. When wool hasn’t been felted enough it […]

Wet Felted Hats

I got a hat block for Christmas – Lucky Me 🙂 This one is a cloche style of hat block made of styrofoam from Gillian Gladrag . These hat blocks come in 4 sizes:

Metric Inches US UK Punti

55/56 21 5/8 6 7/8 6 3/4 4 57/58 22 1/2 7 1/8 7 […]

How to Felt a Cat Bed

My cat loves wool and crawling into small places to nap. I have many bags of wool so I thought I should make him his own special place to hide from dog and curl up.

Felted Cat Bed

I am using the wet felting method to make this cat cave. This project will […]

Felt pillow

This is a project to felt and sew a hand felted cushion cover.

Materials used: Wool roving for making felt approx 1 yard of cotton fabric 16 inch zipper 19 inch pillow form

Hand made Felt

To make the felt top for this pillow, I made a large piece of felt approx 24 […]

Felted Waterlily

A great way to use up some of your handspun stash is to knit flowers and felt them. Here is an example of a waterlily that I knitted. The pattern came from a book I purchased from Amazon – Knitted Flowers, 20 to make. The pattern calls for double knitting weight yarn. I substituted […]

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 […]

How to Make Wet Felted Easter Eggs

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

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