Have you mastered the basic wet felting shapes?
When people approach me about learning to wet felt, they often tell me they’d like to make scarves and clothes, so they’re particularly interested in nuno felting.
But to get to nuno felting and other more demanding techniques, you have to be confident with the basics. In fact, in my workshops it often happens that people have problems making the advanced project they signed up for, because they’re actually lacking some of the basics.
So, what if achieving great results with wet felting was more about mastering the basics than about learning sophisticated techniques like nuno felting?
To solve many of the problems that show up in my workshops, I’ve created a 7-part video series. The videos will be released on Thursdays, every two weeks.
If you still have questions about the specific topic after watching the video, be sure to share them on the comments and I promise to answer them ASAP.
Here’s the first...
Wet felting tips! This is the reason I created this blog :)
I started experimenting with wet felting in 2001. Since then, I’ve learnt a lot, developed my own felting style and started selling my work at designer shops, online and at crafts markets. And I’ve taught wet felting for over a decade.
I’d like to show you some of the basics of felting, along with wet felting tips and tricks to help you choose the right materials, and how to care for your felted pieces, so they’ll look beautiful for a very long time.
Now, some people fall in love with wet felting, but quickly give up on it because it seems so difficult. I know that the more advanced felting techniques can seem overwhelming, but I’m here to tell you that’s really not the case. All you need to do is to get to know wool well, so that you understand how the material behaves.
So, my goal is to give you information in digestible pieces, encourage you to practice to enable you to step into the...