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Wet Felt

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12 Wet Felting Projects to Try

Resources for 12 wet felting projects to try on your own. Learn to wet felt and do some fun projects with this collection of tutorials.…

The Felting Workshop: From Inspiration to Art

After finally leaving Barra, with the help of my new friends, I made my way to Garsdale Head in North Yorkshire where I had reserved a room at a B & B – Garsdale House. The workshop was i…

Creating beautiful felted backgrounds

Hello there readers! I get lots of compliments about my wet-felted background pieces and often get asked how they are made. So here’s a blog devoted to giving you an insight into the wet felting process and the tools that I use. To begin with, here are all my tools: 1. Liquid soap 2. Water spray bottle 3. Hand washboard 4. Bamboo mat 5. Roller 6. Net 7. Bar of soap 8. Wool yarns 9. Coloured wool roving 10 White wool roving 11. White vinegar spray I begin by throwing an old towel over my work…

How to finish felt edges and fix mistakes • Fibercurious

In this guide, I cover how to finish your felted edges, during the wet felting process. I also provide tips on how to prevent uneven edges that have become wonky or wavy, and 8 ways to fix them if they do occur.

Learning to print on (wet) felt – Felting and Fiber Studio

I’m learning to print onto felt so I thought I’d show you some work in progress. I’m following Lindsey Tyson’s course ‘Transfer Printing onto Felt and other Fabrics’ so I’m focusing here on w…

Wet felting with a book resist….

A few weeks back I read Ruth’s review on the Felting and Fibre Studio about the fascinating wet felted items that members had created using a “book resist”. I’d never heard…

30 Minute Felt Project: Brachyura

These 30 minute felt projects are an opportunity to come to the creative table with no expectations- just a short intensive, mind-wide-open exploration...It can be easy as a craftsperson to get stuck

Nuno Felting with Cheesecloth | Tips and Tricks | The Tin Thimble

Join Sharon and Hannah as The Tin Thimble talks tips and tricks for nuno felting with cotton cheesecloth and achieving a more casual look.

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It's quick, it's a flash back and you'll love learning how to wet felt a slap bracelet with Anna Walker, the felting facilitator at the FELTit Experience!
Creation of a luxurious stole, using wet felting technique, using natural materials: merino wool, natural silk, viscose fibers, yarn with sequins.
There's a common misconception in wet felting: that you need hat blocks to felt a hat. You don't! Felt is an extremely melleable material. That's one of it's most amazing properties. You can give it (nearly) any shape BY HAND! In the "Wet Felted Hats Masterclass" I show you how to felt a selection of classic hats, but I also go deep into important felting techniques, that you can use in other projects. More details here https://vandafsousa.mykajabi.com/masterclass-wet-felting-hats-the-classics
Learn about the tools and materials used in wet felting and how to use them.