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1  Mr. Panda and the (not-felted) giants in Felting: Completed Projects by yingying on: June 06, 2012 06:51:50 AM
First, I want to thank Harlan for teaching me great tricks of needle felting. They are very helpful! Thank you thank you!

I'm very new to needle felting. Mr. Panda is my 4th project so far. Because of the giants in my house, the other 3 didn't end up well (RIP Ms. Sheep, Miss Hedgedog, and Mr. Polar bear). I hope Mr. Panda can survive longer...  Roll Eyes

Meet Mr. Panda. He is size of a quarter  Cheesy

Mr. Panda's first encounter with the giants. As expected, the giants showed great interest in him. Not good, not good.

Giant #1: Oh, new victi... eh, I mean, new friend...  Tongue

Giant #2: Hummm... Let's see, what shall I do to you... Cool
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2  Newbie asking a question on reducing "loose fuzz" in Felting: Discussion and Questions by yingying on: May 27, 2012 12:58:49 PM
Hello there!

I am a new hobby felting crafter, created only 3 pieces so far. I have a question about how to make the final craft clean without a lot of "loose wool/fuzz". This is a hedgedog picture I found online that I used as a sample. It looks so neat

And this is what I made. You can see there are a lot of loose wool sticking out. I tried to make it firmer, but it didn't help a lot. Especially the apple which is so hard that I can barely stab more. But it's still very fuzzy.

I wonder if anyone can tell me what I missed or did wrong. Thank you so much!
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