Our Links

Zed’s Blog

Ruth’s Blog

Ann’s Blog

Rosiepink free tutorials

How to Make a Wet Felted Pod / Vessel using a resist

How to Make Felted Soap and Pebbles

How to Make Flat Felt (Wet Felting)

How to  Use Hand Carders

Hand Dyed Scrim Tutorial

How to Make Felt Beads and Simple Jewellery

How to Make a Seamless Wet Felted Purse/Bag

Felt-making with Children

Felt Making Tips for Beginners


The Complete Photo Guide To Felting — Ruth Lane


Creating Felt Artwork a Step by Step Guide (PDF) — rosiepink

BEYOND NUNO: A Guide to Using Fabrics in Wet Felting (PDF) — Felt by Zed

The Right Fibre – Felt by Zed

How to Make 3D Felt Vessels Using Flat Resists (PDF) — rosiepink




The Olive Sparrow

Adeles Locks of Love


Paradise Fibers


Unicorn Fibres



Paula Burch’s All About Hand Dyeing

13 thoughts on “Links/Resources

  1. Looks fantastic, well done and I am looking forward to using the resources and inspiration that seem to be in abundance on this site.

  2. Hi….I’m new to the group and it’s the first time I’ve posted. I’m doing my first craft show…I’m a new felter….and I saw a list somewhere of things to tape, pencils, cards, etc. I’m wondering if I can be sent in that direction…if anyone knows of a basic helpful list…thanks, Michelle

  3. Michelle – my best idea would be to join our forum and ask the question there. We don’t have a list on here of that nature yet. If you follow the Marketplace Monday posts, I will eventually get to that kind of information.

  4. Oh, I’m sorry… I thought I was….and yes I will follow that. Thank you for your help!

  5. Michelle, go to the forum button on the side bar. You can sign in there, once you’re approved, you will see a list of topics on the main page. Just choose one that seems appropriate to what you want to ask and then write a new post. Hope that helps.

  6. Your site is absolutely lovely. Many thanks for all your tips. I am a relatively new felter and found your site very helpful. Gerti

    1. Hi Patty, I have never heard of a commercial prefelt for cobweb felt for sale. I think it would be best to make your own if possible. Cobweb felt depends on a very light layout of wool, to make it prefelt, you stop felting when it is just holding together. I hope that helps.

We'd love to hear your thoughts!

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.

%d bloggers like this: