Thursday, January 30, 2014

Wet Felting With Cookie-Cutters

 Hello everyone. Bear is watching Panda so I can sneak in a little blogging. Here is the next video in my felting series. This is a fun project for ages 3 - 100. Grab some loved ones, wool roving, soapy water and let the fun begin!
I forgot to mention that it's probably best not to touch the felt while it is drying. You can get more advanced with your felting techniques with screens and the like, but this is just a simple project. 
When I was done with all of the hearts (and they were dry). I used a yarn needle and yarn to sew them all together to make a simple garland for Valentine's Day. 
 And here it is on my mantel! It's so simple and so pretty. I love how our mantelscape turned out this year.  I hope you enjoyed this tutorial. Thank you, have fun, and be well. 


  1. These are beautiful, Mercy. I'll watch the vid once the kids are gathered 'round. :)

  2. This is on our homeschool plan for Monday, perfect timing with your video :) Enjoy your weekend.

  3. Oh they're gorgeous - we've tried wet felting wiggly worms but it wasn't completely successful - I'll have to try this with biggest little miss some time soon!

  4. Gosh you're doing some creative things with wool, l've not read much about felting before...looks really interesting.

  5. Wow! It looks great for such a simple project, doesn't it?