• 20 to Make: Needle Felties

    Susanna Wallis has designed 20 cute and funny characters as step-by-step projects that will appeal to all skill levels.

    All you need to get started is a felting needle, a foam pad and wool, so there is no great outlay on equipment, and beginners will be able to create the needle felties once they have mastered the basic techniques. Experienced felters will also love the inspiring characters: a rocking robin, Russian dolls, a snowman, a sheep, a fuzzy fish and much more.

  • 50 Sunflowers to Knit, Crochet & Felt

    With 50 original designs to choose from, including a host of colourful sunflower blooms and buds in many sizes, as well as leaves, vines, and little sunflower-loving critters, you'll find many ideas to spark your creativity in this delightful book of sunflowers to knit, crochet and felt.

    Author Kristin Nicholas includes an inspirational chapter on how to work with colour to create bold, bright and beautiful sunflowers. You'll also find a mixture of attractive ideas for using your sunflowers in a range of ways, from customizing clothing and accessories to creating elegant gifts and homewares.

  • Adorable Felted Animals

    Adorable Felted Animals shows you how you can create more than 30 endearing dogs, cats, birds and other animals using a little wool roving, a felting needle and a few simple techniques. It's easy, creative, and very relaxing.

    These cute felted animals including dogs, cats, birds and other furry animals, range from the wonderfully realistic to enchantingly cute. The animals range from about 50–100 mm high, and instructions are included for turning a few of your felt creations into fun dangly accessories. A full lesson takes you through one of the projects from beginning to end, covering all the basics to ensure that you have all the skills you need to make any critter you want.

  • Arne & Carlos 30 Slippers to Knit & Felt

    Here are 30 cosy slippers to knit and felt. Every design uses double strand soft wool yarn for extra cosiness and is felted for a snug fit.

    Step-by-step instructions and delightful photographs make the projects wonderfully easy to follow and every project comes with a choice of three different pattern sizes. The styles range from classic Norwegian motifs and traditional moccasins to vivid floral and playful rabbit patterns. Embellish them with pompoms, fringes or edging to make them uniquely your own.

    Any one of these comfy pairs will make a delightful winter treat for you or someone special.

  • Art in Felt & Stitch

    In this visually stunning book, the author reveals how you too can create beautiful pictures using felt.

    She takes you through every step of the process, including the materials and tools, the feltmaking process itself and how to put together four fabulous felt paintings of your own. There is guidance on stitching, including both hand- and machine-stitching, as well as how to use colour and introduce texture in the form of different fibres and threads.

    There are numerous examples of Moy's work through the book, and by the end you will not fail to be inspired to create gorgeous felt paintings of your own.

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  • Beginner's Guide to Needle Felting

    Susanna Wallis demonstrates how to create wonderful pictures and 3-D objects using wool and simple needle-felting techniques. Learn how to make charming cards (flowers, heart), rural picture, jewellery, birds, tea set and a female figure from wool.

    A visual primer shows the basic techniques, tools and materials. Step-by-step captioned colour photos guide you through 6 inspirational projects.

  • Big Little Felt Fun

    Fans of the popular Big Little Felt Universe will rejoice at this fun sequel, featuring 60 all-new designs!

    The charming projects include a picnic basket, complete with utensils and a sandwich; Russian nesting dolls; a baking set with mixer, frosting bag, and cupcakes; and three dinosaurs with a lava mountain.

    Easy-to-follow instructions and colourful photos make this perfect even for beginning felters.

  • Boho Felt Crafts

    Let Rachel Henderson and Jayne Emerson inspire you to create your own boho paradise made from felt with fresh green faux succulents, cheese plant leaves and needle-felted cacti.

    Wall hangings and mobiles are a great way to change the look of a room quickly, and there are some great ideas here: try a leaf door curtain, a felt bead chandelier or a daisy wall hanging to bring a handmade touch to your décor. There are lovely gifts to make, too, including a cute folk key ring and a felt ball bouquet, and don't forget to try needle felting and make a vibrant needle-felted bird.

    With beautiful illustrations guiding you every step of the way, you will feel confident in embracing a wide range of techniques for working with felt, a versatile and inexpensive material with endless possibilities.

  • Clover Refill Needle Fine

    These great needles are for use exclusively in conjunction with the Clover Felting tool. These barbed needles are relatively thin but strong and will help give a finer edge to your textile work.

    Special barbs on these needles interlace textile fibres. The finer needle pierces thinner material much more easily and accurately.

    The pack contains 5 needles that can be used together or individually.

  • Complete Photo Guide to Felting

    This richly illustrated how-to book is a comprehensive reference for various felting techniques, including needle felting, wet felting and nuno felting. With these easy-to-follow, step-by-step directions and hundreds of full-colour photos, you'll be able to explore these easy projects that provide fun opportunities for you to try the techniques.

    Galleries of unique felted designs and creations by renowned fabric artists act as beautiful examples and inspiration to pursue the hobby yourself.

  • Fa La La La Felt

    Created by successful online designers from around the world, these 45+ festive Christmas projects will bring joy to crafters everywhere.

    Projects include a sweet garland of little birds, super-cute matryoshka doll ornaments, beaded tassel drops, 11 stockings, animal crackers... All can be made with simple sewing techniques, and there are also no-sew and eco-smart options. Templates and basic embroidery instructions included.

  • Fabulous Felt

    Here are 30 easy-to-make, stylish decorations all made from felt. The projects include mug hugs, hanging decorations, seasonal decorations, pillows, ornaments, wall-organisers, brooches, children’s toys and more.

    The book includes templates, a comprehensive techniques section, guide to embroidery stitches and beautiful hand-drawn illustrations to accompany every project.

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  • Fabulous Felted Scarves

    Two leading artists give you a taste of feltings limitless possibilities using captioned colour photos to take you step-by-step through their diverse felting processes and on to unique his and her neckwear projects, such as a:

    • Scarf that evokes the texture of wood bark
    • Bubble-textured boa
    • Handsome braided muffler
    • Wedding shaw

    Projects made from various wool and silk roving, roving also used to capture delicate lace, organza, ribbon.

  • Felt Dogs

    This book shows you how to make 12 super-cute little dogs, including pugs, poodles, terriers and miniature dachshunds, using needle felting techniques.

    Suited to both experienced felters and beginners, step-by-step photos guide you through every stage of the process, and tools and techniques are clearly explained. Each breed of dog has its own dedicated assembly instructions with measurements and actual size photographs.

  • Felt Magazine #17
    Felt magazine aims to inspire a new generation of fibre enthusiasts with comprehensive projects, articles and an inspirational gallery. It includes a mix of easy, intermediate and technical projects to suit a wide range of skill levels.

    Projects in Issue 17 include:

    • Victorian Rose Ruffle Scarf by Marina Shkolnik
    • Sari Nuno Wrap: Doubly Deconstructed by Sara Quail
    • Nuno Mosaic Hat by Martien van Zuilen
    • Sea Urchin Brooches by Helen MacRitchie
    • Designer Wool Wrap by June Hope
    • Pine Needle Felt by Leiko Uchiyama
    • Bugs Rule by Irina Harry

  • Felt Magazine #18

    Felt magazine aims to inspire a new generation of fibre enthusiasts with comprehensive projects, articles and an inspirational gallery. It includes a mix of easy, intermediate and technical projects to suit a wide range of skill levels.

    Articles in Issue 18 include:

    • Home is where the art is – Sue Hale
    • Above the 26th Parallel – Marijke Tromp
    • Meet the Maker: Robbin Firth
    • Hinterland – Gladys Paulus
    • Shelter – Kirsty Wallace
    • If the shoe fits – Martien van Zuilen
    • Meet the Maker: Val Hornibrook
    • 14th Southern Hemisphere Felt Convergence – Ellen King
    • The Story of Wool - FIGS

    Projects in Issue 18 include:

    • Wool Lock Rug – Robbin Firth
    • Cat Cave – Rita Juodkiene
    • Silk Carrier Rods – Sara Quail
    • Cosy Cushion – Jennie Curtis
    • Cracked Earth Vessel – Dawn Edwards
    • Radiant Lampshade – Martien van Zuilen

  • Felt Magazine #19

    Felt magazine aims to inspire a new generation of fibre enthusiasts with comprehensive projects, articles and an inspirational gallery. It includes a mix of easy, intermediate and technical projects to suit a wide range of skill levels.

    Articles in Issue 19 include:

    • In Focus by Julie Brennan
    • Crossing Borders : Embracing Limitations by Kitty Korver
    • Meet the Maker by Saskia Everingham
    • Felt and the Collected Object by Anita Larkin
    • Funky Upcycled Felt Fashion by Kaye Louwen
    • Felt United – Collaboration
    • Felt Couture – Canberra Region Feltmakers

    Projects in Issue 19 include:

    • Tiger Neckpiece by Saskia Everingham
    • Mixed Media Necklaces by Wendy Bailye
    • Corded and Coiled Vessels by Martien van Zuilen
    • Belly Bag by Jenni Curtis
    • Cocoon by Val Hornibrook
    • Tunnels and Armatures by Martien van Zuilen

  • Felt Wee Folk New Adventures

    Salley Mavor invites you to the wee world starring 120 dolls to spark smiles and creativity.

    Make bendable dolls that resemble you, your family or your favourite fairy-tale characters including outfits, hairstyles, and accessories with wool felt, chenille stems and decorative stitching. Display the figures in a dollhouse, atop a wedding cake or in a holiday scene to be cherished year after year.

    From the pages of Mavor’s award-winning children’s books, the enchanting wee folk dolls appeal to crafters of all ages and skill levels.

  • Felt Wonderland

    Step into wonderland with Lisa Marie Olson and learn how to transform sumptuous wool fibres into beautiful felt items. Handmade felt is irresistibly soft and lovely to work with, and before you know it youll be caught up in the magic of this gorgeous material and making beautiful, tactile gifts for you and your loved ones.

    The clear, step-by-step photographs and instructions will teach you the art of wet felting, from basic flat-felting techniques through to using a resist and working around a 3D mould.

    There are 12 gorgeous projects, ranging from decorative teacups, a teapot and a tea light holder to more practical pieces such as a pretty handbag, a lampshade and cosy slippers all inspired by Lisa's love of fairy tales and fantasy stories, including Alice in Wonderland. You can embellish these lovely felted items in many different ways and create your own fabulous works of art. She also includes other techniques such as needle felting, hand stitching, embroidery and appliqué to further embellish the projects. The projects can be followed exactly, but also provide you with the inspiration to let your creativity loose and customize them to your own style.

    There are also full-size templates provided on a separate, foldout sheet.

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