The advantage of needle felting without water is that you can easily make three-dimensional objects such as balls or animal shapes.
A friend sent me a handmade card that inspired this one. Her card was beautiful, but one-dimensional since she used a large punch to create the flower on a bonnet with decorative paper. I loved the card, but wanted more dimension so I felted a flower and
Kids and adults alike will love this Beautiful Butterfly Bowl and Caterpillar Purse. Felt crafts like this are easy to make and fun to display anytime of year. Once you've mastered the skill of felting, you'll find it hard to stop!
If you want to make a Needlefelted Silk Scarf but don't know how to start, check out this video on how to felt. You don't have to create a silk scarf - simply add to a piece you already have an upcycle it into something completely unique and new.
Do you love felting? This Warm & Comfy Felted Chair looks great and is fun to display. Learn about this exciting technique through this fun home craft tutorial.
This adorable Halloween project combines two hot trends - needlefelting and paper crafts. Versatile STYROFOAM brand foam makes an ideal base for both techniques.
Create a trio of textured hearts to hang in this needle felting project perfect for beginners. The look is perfect for country homes.
Looking for bead making ideas that don't involve clay or metal? Dig into your stash of fabric and create Needlefelted Wool Beads. This is truly an artistic piece that you can wear every single day. Use the beads to create a bracelet or necklace.
This cute felt needlecase makes a great gift for an experienced stitcher or sewer, or someone just learning how to sew. Embroidered french knots at the center of the flower are an extra special touch.