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5 Responses to Tutorials

  1. Laura Burch says:

    Hi! I’m a needle felting artist; I live in Israel. I notice that there aren’t any tutorials here yet; I have quite a few on my blog if you’d like to refer to them: http://www.lauraleeburch.com/blog/category/tutorials/


    • zedster66 says:

      Thanks a lot for that Laura 🙂
      Yeah we need to get working on some needle-felt tutorials 🙂

      We do plan to feature other sites and tutorials from around the web so we’ll have a proper good look at your site and tutorials.
      Thanks for stopping by 🙂

  2. Irene Freitas says:

    Many thanks for your tutorial on working with sanding machine.I like very much to felt but unfortunately I can not do it vey often due to some problems I have with my arms and shoulders,but I just bought one of this machines and I hope that it will help me.I have made vey nice and long big scarves in nunofelting and I use different types of wool and mulberry silk .After I try the machine I will comeback with feedback and photo from the result.
    Best regards
    Irene Freitas – Portugal

    • ruthlane says:

      Irene – I do hope that the sander works for you and helps in the felting process. We’d love to hear how it goes. If you join our forum (button on right side bar), you can share photos and felting experiences with the rest of our community. It’s free and easy to join. Best of luck!

  3. Marilyn Nelson says:

    Good luck Irene, if your arms get tired you can also use your feet to roll. Some of our members have also had success using foot massage rollers or bead boards to facilitate the fulling process. I look forward to seeing your work. Please join us on the forum.

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