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1  Re: MUST LEARN TO MAKE A FELTED BANGLE! HELP! in Felting: Discussion and Questions by dalektablewhovian on: December 29, 2012 07:23:18 AM
I buy wool sweaters from thrift shops IE. Savers, Salvation Army,etc.. Wash them a few times , you have felt! Cut thin strips from sleeves you got bracelets. Thicker ones.. cup cozie. Love felt , but tried the needle felting and just doesn't work for me. you can do so much with all the differreent parts and you can get lucky sometimes with colors and patterns. I turned part of a sleeve of a white sweater into a HK cup cozie and the bow is from a red sweater. just sew the seams at the edges where it was cut.
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