Felted Flower Samples for a Class Next Week

I got a request for a felted flower class after some people in my guild saw a  picture of some very delicate flowers on Facebook.  It is going to be a short class done in the evening. I haven’t made any in a while so I had to do a sample.

I made a stem

rolling stem  stem

I also did some stamen. I wrapped them in plastic wrap so they wouldn’t stick to the rest of the flower while I was rubbing and rolling.

stamen

For the body of the flower I used a silk hanky and added a very thin layer of merino  wool.

silk hanky add some wool

and this is the result

finished flowers I also made some little rose like flowers to show them.

roses

Flowers are fun to make and do not take long.  I am going to work on some other methods and see what they want to do at the class. We will make them 2 different way in the class do to time constraints. I will take pictures at the class to show you how the students do.

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14 Responses to Felted Flower Samples for a Class Next Week

  1. Susan says:

    I am looking forward to the class

  2. Leonor says:

    What lovely flowers, Ann 🙂

  3. ruthlane says:

    I’m sure they will have fun. Flowers are an easy way to get started in felting and the thin petals will be gorgeous!

  4. koffipot says:

    Very pretty flowers Ann. 🙂

  5. Marilyn aka Pandagirl says:

    They look so delicate — very pretty Ann!

  6. Lyn says:

    The flowers are very pretty Ann and I’m sure the students will enjoy making them!

  7. zedster66 says:

    Very nice, Ann 🙂

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