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The Modern Dream is modern home and jewelry design in hand felted wool and wood. Made in NY
Eveliina Heimola Diez saved to Neulominen
As promised, here's a short tutorial for some fun and easy coasters. WOOL COASTER TUTORIAL Trace and cut 8 circles from felted sweaters. The ones I made are about 4 inches across. I use a variety of things for templates - I believe this circle template might have originally been the cover to a yummy cream cheese container (after it's washed first, of course!). Line up and pin two circles to each other. Using a thin yarn, stitch a blanket stitch around the outside of the circle sewing the two…
Lori Schramm saved to Crafts
A tutorial I created in a recent interview in Diablo Magazine: www.diablomag.com/Diablo-Magazine/October-2010/Hammer-Mix...
Our friend Jen showed us a new way to play with wool - yipeeee!! Really. If you are at all into making things with wool, you need to try...
Ludy Hernandez saved to Felted wool crafts
Sao on Instagram: “• • • I reworked on this pebble shaped wool coaster. I like it better now! Gotland wool + earth tone embroidery floss •…”
@lottazakka: “• • • I reworked on this pebble shaped wool coaster. I like it better now! Gotland wool + earth…”
Marcela Alberti saved to Fieltro
As promised, here's a short tutorial for some fun and easy coasters. WOOL COASTER TUTORIAL Trace and cut 8 circles from felted sweaters. Th...
Elisabetta Ghiaria saved to sottotazza
Hello, friends! Today I'm back with a fun little DIY. Right before the holidays I came across an image of felt ball coasters. You may have noticed that these little felt balls have been popping
Amber Gulley saved to Art Ideas
Everything you need to start your own set of wool coasters. 100% Wool to make 4 coasters Soft Fuse Matching Threads
Belinda Mordhorst saved to Wool applique
Sewing with felted wool in November and December was all about Christmas gifts and keeping warm. I find the process of cutting, washing, drying, stacking, and organizing wool very satisfying. I wash each sweater in a separate pillowcase, to keep fibers from mixing, and so enjoy the anticipation of opening each pillowcase to see just how a particular sweater felted. Stacks of wool, ready and waiting to be sewn into a wool blanket: Oldest Daughter's Christmas gift. I enjoyed choosing the…
Christine Rodick saved to Felted wool crafts