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Topic: Tutorial: trad. Mongolian wet-felting technique mixed with modern  (Read 39004 times)
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« Reply #30 on: May 19, 2006 09:11:50 PM »

made my first needle felted item today so now i need to do wet. my question is where is a good place to find the matt you used, and what kind of names would i be looking for?

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« Reply #31 on: May 20, 2006 07:14:41 AM »

made my first needle felted item today so now i need to do wet. my question is where is a good place to find the matt you used, and what kind of names would i be looking for?

The mat I used here is a matchstick blind.
But for a small project a sushi mat will do fine  Smiley
Good luck with your wet felting!


« Reply #32 on: July 18, 2006 02:02:34 PM »

Just did my first wet felted piece off this. I used bubble wrap. Layered it properly (did the same colour all the way through). it was only wee (about 3" sq) but after a disaster trying to wet felt a beret (being new to wet felting) the other weekend this was fab.....it actually worked  Smiley.

I now accept hat making is a long way off but one day I'll get there!

Tx for this....bubble wrap is fine for really diddy pieces (makes foursided shapes and cut into bookmarks. I aim to needle felt onto them after this).

« Reply #33 on: April 23, 2012 10:04:16 AM »

Thank you for sharing this awesome tutorial. I made my first piece of felt yesterday, and loved it so much I made 4 more. Pretty soon I am going to have lots of lovely felt for embroidering into, as well as muscles like Popeye!

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