If you’ve been felting for some time, and you also use the pieces you felt, I’m sure you’ve already had this problem.
No matter how carefully you lay your wool or how resistant your piece has been felted, if you’re using it often, sooner or later its surface will be worn-out. And this is even more obvious if the piece has a pattern.
That’s normal. It’s just the way wool is.
That’s exactly what happened to this bag, that I’ve been using on a daily basis for the last 2 years.
But it’s a bag I really enjoy, so I decided to repair it. Now, as you know, it’s extremely difficult to make new fiber attach to the wool that’s already been densely felted.
Still, there is a solution, and that’s what I’ll be showing you in this video.
Hope you enjoy it!
P.S.: Do you have other ideas on how to repair felt? If so, you’re welcome to share them in the comments below.
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