Wool Felt & Craft Projects!

Woohoo! My order of wool felt finally arrived! Now, I can make all the felt projects I have been dreaming of.  Some are new, and others, I have had planned to make for a very long time.


Elizabeth, over at Creative Breathing has the most adorable characters! She not only shares her patterns, but has a very fun way of telling stories.  She has so many wonderful projects, I’m not sure which I’ll start with:


Holly, over at Cotton Pickin’ Fun has the cutest characters too! This has got to be the cutest George Washington I have ever seen.  Holly is also very generous and shares her patterns  – I think if I start him now, I may have him done by the 4th of July 🙂


Here is a book that I have owned for quite some time,  Felt Wee Folk by Sally Mavor.  I had the best intentions to make some fairies.  I even bought acorn caps for hats on-line from the East Coast! Now, I ‘m  going to break out the supplies and finally make them.


And finally, some really sweet felt dolls from Noialand.  I will make at least one of these girls:


These are but a few of the projects I have in mind.  My shelves are full of books with lots of ideas…


  1. I think I might have to try one of the patterns from Noia land, those are adorable.
    Chris =]

  2. hi doll, just want to let you know who your partner is for the nest swap. YOu are partners with Chris McKinley from Perfectly Printed. Also could you email so i have your email address? thanks! have fun with the swap!

  3. I’m looking forward to seeing what you make. Yeah for the inspiration we have by such talented artists

  4. I accidentally discovered how to felt wool, by washing a wool garment in hot water, and drying it in a hot dryer, lol. Way cheaper than buying it ready made, too!

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