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NEEDLE FELTING - Turning Wool Fibers into Felt

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Love to Sew shows you the process of dry needle felting.

Dry Needle Felt Projects

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This beautiful white pumpkin was made by dry needle felting technique from white alpaca fibers.

This beautiful white pumpkin was made by dry needle felting technique from white alpaca fibers. Beautiful strands of yarn were felting in and a real pumpkin stem was used.

 

Puppy paw print made from the dry needle felting technique from natural llama fibers.

This puppy paw print was made from two different natural llama fibers bought from a local farmer. If you really like the art of needle felting check around with your local farms and see if they have llamas. You will be surprised about how happy they would be to give or sell you some hair. Most llama owners are very proud of their animals and would love to share. These two llama fibers came from two very sweet llamas I got to meet in person, Calliope, and Liazon!

 

This adorable yellow bird was made by needle felting, the dry technique, and was made from dyed angora goat fibers.

This adorable yellow bird was made by needle felting, the dry technique, and was made from dyed angora goat fibers.

 

A needle felting sculpture, an awesome ice-skate tree ornament.

Ice-skater Roobi spends her free time sewing and tried her hand at needle felting and made this awesome ice-skate tree ornament.

 

This cute little green and white felt turtle was made from angora goat fibers by the dry needle technique. The artist told me her angora goats are precious little animals and eat everything from bushes to even poison ivy!

 

Adding yarn to needle felting projects is easy to do with a steady hand.

Check out these trendy colorful Christmas trees the needle felting artist sculpted. She add beautiful colored yarns in the trees to give more color.

 

Intricate details can be shown in most needle felting projects using a sharp needle and steady hand.

The intricate details that the needle felting artist did at this llama show was amazing.  Photos do not do justice as to how beautiful her needle felting work is.

 

 

 

 
 

 

 

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