Frankly, I have been busy with wool felting recently, be it wet felting or needle felting, this craft is absolutely addictive. I will be showing some felting tutorials as I go with it and hope to share some easy-to-make felting projects soon. If you haven’t tried felting before, get yourself some wool and felting needle from a craft shop, trust me, you are going to love it.
There is a short video clip at the end of the page to show you how to do wet felting. I demo the technique with quill size Easter Eggs, just in time for the upcoming Easter decoration and celebration. Feel free to adapt this method to make a felt ball and many other projects as long as it can be done practically, such as felt cover over an object etc….. more to show later.
I have edited the video so that it plays a little faster while I roll the wool, so please don’t think that I am a bionic woman though I always dream to be one (by the way, I was born in the 70’s and Bionic Woman was one of my favorites TV series, oh… and not forgetting Six Million Dollar Man too) ;-). I have made a few video tutorials previously but this is the first time where I narrated it with my own voice. I was laughing out loud with tears in my eyes yesterday when I played it back, please pardon my Asian accent which sounds a little funny but I truly hope that you can understand what I was trying to tell you 😳 . Don’t say I didn’t warn you, if you think you can’t take my voice and English, please switch off your speaker, there is a subtitle in the video, so you are not missing anything out. Or, if you think you need something to laugh out loud now, go ahead with the speaker on :lol:.
As usual, I included the step-by-step photos and instruction below in case you find it useful to have some still images to refer to.
[Remark: curious about the cute little pom pom chicks in the photo, you can make it with this tutorial , it is an easy project that kids can make too.]