“The true secret of happiness lies in taking a genuine interest in all the details of daily life.” William Morris
So, what does this have anything to do with felt? Well, I believe the true secret for mastering any art or technique also lies in taking a genuine interest in all its details. I truely think you can’t expect to achieve big goals, if you’re not willing to look at the small things first.
And that’s why I’m back today with another video about the basic shapes in wet felting. This time I’m talking about how to wet felt a ball with wool tops.
Do you know
- why you should work with really thin layers?
- how to know the final size of the ball after shrinkage?
- what’s the “bounce test”?
Watch the video to find out!