We love all thing cats in this house and my girls have always had at least three hanging around them as pets. They play a big part in the girls lives showing great interest in their food, homework, creative play, clothes … where ever my girls are you’ll find a cat! So … Continue reading
One of the things I love about Halloween is all the creativity that goes along with it from costumes through to table settings and every year a few more decorative pieces are added to our collection. This year I’ve made a gorgeous Felt Halloween Garland to drape over our mantle. Not only does it … Continue reading
Don’t throw away those felt scraps use them to make one or more of these fabulous no-sew felt crafts that I’ve pulled together for you. There’s something here for everyone from kid crafts through to stylish interior accessories. Who needs needle and tread when you have a glue gun! Book of … Continue reading
Don’t throw away your long thin felt scraps. Instead with a little patience and a glue gun you can turn them into these stunning Scrap Felt Geode Coasters. They are perfect for protecting your table top surface and they help keep your cuppa warm. Oh and they look gorgeous as well! … Continue reading
I made these cute little Felt Valentine Envelopes as a guest post on RedTedArt a few years ago and they are still one of my favourite valentine crafts. They are perfect little tokens of love filling both the tummy, heart and eyes. For me Valentines is about small gestures and these fit … Continue reading
I’ve been playing with my roving wool again and made these super cute felt spider craft decorations that are perfect for using over Halloween. They’re also really easy as they’re formed around a polystyrene ball so it’s easy to get a good shape each time. You’ll need a 4cm polystyrene ball, black … Continue reading
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This rather wonderful Native American Small World Play set was part of my eldests home work this week. This term her class have been studying a bit of American history centered around Native Americans and the Pioneers. She’s was very taken with the Native American culture they touched on and wanted to make … Continue reading
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This Needle Felt Easter Bunny is another simple project that uses a cookie cutter shape for a template (you can find my other projects here). It’s a step up from the heart and pebble shapes and will require more sculpting of the wool to keep and define the shape. You … Continue reading
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This is a lovely little project for adults and kids. You need a square of felt as the base, some wool tops, a fine needle and a needle felt pad/foam base). I used a white 9″x9″ 30% wool piece of felt as the base that I put through the washing … Continue reading
Instead of giving a pebble found on the beach as a token of love for valentines day how about giving a Needle Felt Heart Pebble to the one you love. Take a nice sized lump of roving wool in a natural pebble colour ( I like earth browns and greys). … Continue reading