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Making Felted Sheep

Another flash back post. some needle felted sheep. I hope you like them. With the start of show season gets closer I realise I only had a few sheep left. Time to make sheep parts. I have to make bodies … Continue reading

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Felting Tools Part 2

Here is part 2 of Jan Scott’s felting tool post. It was much prettier in the word doc format but I don’t seem to be able to transfer that to the blog. I have a large selection (24 years of collecting) … Continue reading

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Felting tools (most of which were not originally meant for felting) Part 1

This is a guest post from Jan Scott. It is in 2 parts as she has many felting tools now. She is great at thinking out of the box. One of the problems with delving into Felting is that there … Continue reading

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Hosting an Open Studio

The last few weeks have been a bit of a blur, the end of May was spent preparing for my inaugral participation in this event and the the first two weeks of June were the open studio event itself. It … Continue reading

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New bags finshed , old bags stitched.

I finally finished felting the new little bags and they are ready to be stitched. Here they are drying along with a book cover.   Here they are all dry I couldn’t get a good shot of the nuno inside. … Continue reading

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Next Steps Putting Together the Bags.

Last time I showed you the parts of the bags ready to be put together.   https://feltingandfiberstudio.com/2018/06/04/making-some-more-little-bags/ Now I will show you how I do it. First I wet one side. I use the resist to press the wool down and … Continue reading

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Alpaca Antics

When I began wet felting, merino was the only wool that I had had experience with, and I wanted to try new fibres.  I knew that there happened to be a working alpaca farm not far from were I live so I decided … Continue reading

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