this a needlefelted image of my daughter. I drew with merino wools and some wool knitting wool for her hair. The face was needlefelted onto cotton quilt batting, and then the finer details such as eyes were hand stitched with dmc thread to create definition.
The components of this necklace are wet-felted, needle-felted, & beaded. It's such a light & lovely necklace.
It's knitted, wet-felted &stitched. I wear it around the house from time to time, but it's very hardto see out of it. Nevertheless, if I don't want someone to recognize me…it's absolutely perfect!!
Felted Girl Wall Hanging. A lot of needle felting & stitching went into this lovely girl.
The fish is needle felted with stitching on a backdrop of my hand-made paper embellished with buttons & wet-felted pebbles.
Stitched on a hand dyed background of linen with added touch of pulled threads, I stitched with metallic thread, on a scrap of nuno felted silk and hand batik colored tissue paper . The fibers of the various types and colors of wool were felted into a chiffon silk and then embellished with glass beads,…
The background is a method of layering colored tissue, bleaching, using a batik method of waxing and layering on color with inks. My felted addition is a nuno method on kaki green chiffon silk. I laid out merino wool under the silk then on top of the silk, strands of colored yarns, silk ribbon threads,…
This is a wet felted art piece of poppies in bloom. It was embellished with embroidery, beads and buttons. I then sewed it with a buttonhole stitch onto a backing made from a felted wool sweater. I finished the piece with multi-colored trim sewn around the border.
This little piece combines my three favorite things – wool, wire, and words; i created it for the Felted Wonders Reader Challenge. The Jacob sheep from our farm provide the wool for my felt collages, and I love combining the wool with beads, buttons, and wire. For this collage, the needle felted circle is stitched…
This necklace is a combination of my interest in needle felting, beading, embroidering and wire working. The monsters were created by needle felting their bodies with wool roving, sewing on felt eyes and embroidering their mouths. I used wire to string the monster beads and other wool embroidered beads onto the beaded necklace.