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  • Wet-felted booties and slippers can easily be made to fit perfectly with templates made using your home printer. These cute, felted slippers feature eyelets and laces and are sure to be a real hit with friends or family.

    How to Make Wet-Felted Booties or Slippers With Laces

    How to Make Wet-Felted Booties or Slippers With Laces

    by Sally Gulbrandsen11

  • Use a Mo√ęt and Chandon top hat-shaped ice bucket to shape the top hat made in this wet-felting tutorial. The end result is as good, if not better, than a hat created using an expensive vintage wooden hat block.

    How to Wet-Felt a Double Brimmed Top Hat

    How to Wet-Felt a Double Brimmed Top Hat

    by Sally Gulbrandsen12

  • Felt dryer balls can be made very quickly in a tumble dryer using re-usable children's plastic play balls, a tumble dryer, and Merino wool. Help save the environment by completely eliminating dryer sheets from the planet.

    How to Make Wet Felted Dryer Balls the Easy Way

    How to Make Wet Felted Dryer Balls the Easy Way

    by Sally Gulbrandsen10

  • Learn how to make a simple yet beautiful 3 D Wet Felted flower with Merino Wool Roving. This very easy Step by Step image tutorial makes it so easy that even a child could be taught to do make one.

    How to Make a Wet Felted Flower/A Free Tutorial

    How to Make a Wet Felted Flower/A Free Tutorial

    by Sally Gulbrandsen20

  • How to use a needle felting tool with additional woollen fibers to rectify problems such as thin spots which can occur during Wet Felting. Helpful tips, images and techniques are shared here.

    Wet Felting and What to Do When Things Go Wrong?

    Wet Felting and What to Do When Things Go Wrong?

    by Sally Gulbrandsen36

  • A hot water bottle helps to provide warmth, comfort and pain relief in times of need. The natural woolen fibers of this cozy wet felted cover will add a new dimension to the degree of comfort.

    How to Make a Cozy Wet Felted Hot Water Bottle Cover

    How to Make a Cozy Wet Felted Hot Water Bottle Cover

    by Sally Gulbrandsen8

  • This step-by-step wet-felting tutorial will guide you through all the stages of making a wet-felted pixie hat. For convenience, a pdf template has been made available for download for this fun hippy festival hat.

    How to Make a Wet-Felted Pixie Hat

    How to Make a Wet-Felted Pixie Hat

    by Sally Gulbrandsen18

  • No need to make fingerless gloves when you can kitchen gloves to produce gloves which have fingers and thumbs. This step by step Free Tutorial will guide you every step of the way.

    How to Make Wet Felted Gloves With Fingers

    How to Make Wet Felted Gloves With Fingers

    by Sally Gulbrandsen43

  • Felting with a resist will produce a seamless hollow shape which can be used to make hats, decorative vessels, Pods, pots, vases, cat caves, bird houses, bags, purses, mitts, booties and slippers

    How to Use a Resist Shape to Make a Wet Felted Hat

    How to Use a Resist Shape to Make a Wet Felted Hat

    by Sally Gulbrandsen46

  • Play and fun are two essential ingredients for introducing creative fun for children. Add a ball, some wool fibers, hot soapy water and you have found the perfect craft project for a child to do.

    How to Wet Felt a Hat on a Ball

    How to Wet Felt a Hat on a Ball

    by Sally Gulbrandsen24

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