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1  felt valentine's convo hearts in Felting: Completed Projects by feltcafe on: February 04, 2009 10:40:34 AM


i needle felted these using a silicone ice cube tray from ikea as a mold. i wasn't sure how it would work, but it was super easy.

i have complete instructions on my blog:
http://feltcafe.blogspot.com/2009/01/needle-felted-conversation-heart.html
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2  felted ball of hope '08 in Felting: Completed Projects by feltcafe on: November 01, 2008 05:39:49 PM


here's my craft the vote creation: a wetfelted felt ball, with a needlefelted obama logo on it.

only a few more days til the election, go vote!!

liz
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3  felt french press cozy tutorial link, feedback welcome! in Felting: Discussion and Questions by feltcafe on: October 20, 2008 11:17:24 AM


i created a tutorial for how to make a felt french press cozy and posted it on my blog.

http://feltcafe.blogspot.com/2008/10/felt-french-press-cozy-tutorial.html

it uses traditional direct or wet felting (wool, soap, hot water, and friction), and is fairly straight forward.

i would say it's an advanced beginner level projectperfect for someone who has already tried making some flat pieces of felt and is ready to try something a little bigger and/or more precise. the advanced beginner skills that are introduced are how to make a cut and felted edge, and how to work a little bigger, using netting or other additional tools like a bamboo mat or bubble wrap.

if any more experienced felters have any suggestions or critiques, i would love to hear them, thanks!
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