Felt your baby's booties & jacket!
Make your own Baby Booties & Jacket, with extra-fine Merino wool, soft and delicate, like your baby's skin.
Washable and resistant - felted to be practical and durable.
Create your own design, in 3 sizes, to keep up with your baby's growth.Notify me when it's available again!
What you're getting inside the
Course "Felted Baby Booties & Jacket"
This is a 3-module, step-by-step video course, that walks you through all you need to know to felt your baby's booties and jackets in 3 different sizes, 3 design variations and 3 felting techniques.
- Booties' downloadable pattern in 3 sizes (0 to 3 months, 3 to 6 months and 6 to 9 months)
- Jackets' downloadable pattern in 3 sizes (0 to 3 months, 3 to 6 months and 6 to 9 months) and in 3 design variations
- A list of online suppliers all over the globe, as well as lots of extra tips and resources
- How to do the wool layout without having to cut the edges
- How to nuno felt a piece of clothing
- How to felt a reversible piece
- How to apply sheep curls to create a curly faux fur texture
- How to apply pre-felt to decorate felted surfaces
- How to apply yarn to decorate felted surfaces
- How to close a jacket with a felted cord
- Step-by-step instructions (nothing's left out)
- Feedback and support from me
Here's a preview of the 4 weeks of the course
* Week 1 (Preparation Week)
MODULE #1 - INTRODUCTION
In this module we go through:
- How the course works
- The sizes and the patterns
- The materials and the suppliers
- Tips and resources
* Week 2
MODULE #2 - BABY BOOTIES
In this part of module 2, I show you how to felt the simplest version of the baby booties. In one color or two, reversible or not, that's up to you :)
MODULE #2 - VARIATION: WITH CURLS
Next we get into a variation of the booties, and I show you how to add sheep curls to the tiny footwear to make it warmer for Winter.
MODULE #2 - VARIATION: WITH LACES
If you prefer the simplicity of white, this might be your favorite version. You'll learn how to add a simple decoration as well as a cord to the little shoes.
* Week 3
MODULE #3 - BABY JACKET WITH CURLS
I absolutely love this module! We'll be going through 3 different techniques to felt the baby jacket. In this first part, we'll be using curls to create a faux fur texture and make your baby's jacket beautiful and warm.
MODULE #3 - VARIATION: DECORATED WITH YARN
In this second part, you'll see how you can turn a simple white felt into a cute and trendy baby jacket, just by adding some yarn to it.
MODULE #3 - DOUBLE-SIDED NUNO FELTED WITH LACES
I have to say, I saved the best for last :) This is the most challenging piece in this class. In this part of module 3, you'll have the chance to create a reversible jacket for your baby: on one side marvellously soft extra-fine merino and on the other a luxurious silk layer. An unbeatable gift for a newborn!
* Week 4
WRAP UP WEEK
BONUS - BABY MITTENS
There's a bonus PDF on how to felt baby mittens :) This will be sent to you when you finish the course.
Is this course for me?
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I’m not sure I have the right supplies / I don’t know where to get the supplies.
Do I need shoe lasts for the class?
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What if something isn’t clear in the videos or I still have questions?
I’m not very techie. I’m afraid I won’t know how to use the platform.
I can’t do it on this date / I don’t have the time right now.
What my students are saying about my classes
Using curls to create a faux fur texture, embellishing with pre-felt and yarn, nuno felting a double-sided piece, patterns in 3 sizes.
24/7 access from the comfort of your home and lifetime access to the course, including all future updates, with no extra charge.
Get ongoing support from me even after the course is over. Share ideas and tips with other felters through comment section of the course.
My name is Vanda Sousa and I've been wet felting for nearly 2 decades. Being a self-taught felter with about 15 years of teaching experience has lead me to create my own teaching system, based on what I've learnt with experimentation and on the challenges of my students.