A subreddit for needle felting tutorials, artwork, and discussion.
Hello, and welcome to /r/Needlefelting. Needle felting is a craft that uses barbed needles to sculpt wool into plants or animals or whatever else you can think of! If it's related to needle felting it belongs here, whether it's what you've felted previously, questions and help with your own feltings, or discussion about felting in general.
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Hello, I am a passionate needle felting enthusiast, offering tutorial videos and written materials about needle felting. Currently, they are not in English; however, they include English subtitles. I am seeking someone with a love for needle felting and the expertise to assist in creating new content.
I will provide all the necessary materials and tools and am willing to offer a reasonable monetary reward. If you have a keen interest in needle felting and possess the required skills, I hope you can help me refine and recreate these instructional materials. Additionally, I am open to the possibility of a long-term collaboration. Thank you for your attention and support.
This is only the second thing I've felted and I'm enjoying it so much. I have a lot to learn, but she loved it, so I'm happy 🥰
I really like getting started with core wool, to the point that I can get fairly good details with it and it's not the most time consuming. BUT when I use thin merrano (or merrino) color wool to cover the core it take an eternity, is uneven and blurs out my details.
Does core wool at all come in colors and anyone ever try dying it?
This will hang on my Christmas tree to keep progress for next year. Fingers crossed everyone! Any tips and criticisms welcome !
He is making cats for everyone for Christmas. I spin, and I’m so excited to share my love of fiber with him!
Okay so, I have a bunch of white acrylic yarn that I’d love to dye. Thing is, I was wondering if after I dyed it, could I brush it out to create colored roving for needle felting? It’d be so great to create custom colors! Or, should I brush out the yarn first and then dye it? Has anyone tried anything like this? has it worked for you, hasn’t worked for you?
I’m working on a parakeet right now and I am a huge beginner so please be nice!
These are my first four felt figures I’ve done. I’ve gotten obsessed. You all have such amazing pieces. How do I get my finish smoother?
I had done some needle felting years ago. My 12yo daughter and I worked on these for our seasonal bowl. We used a wool dryer ball for the base.
She did the star, she has a very aggressive style and already broke 4 needles. It was a lot of fun and possibly the most manageable handcraft for my arthritis.
Looking forward to lots more projects with her.