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    Both are made from merino wool - the terracotta colour pot is decorated with yarn and the tall ornament is decorated with an old scarf nuno'd
    into the surface.


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    Last edited by rosiepinkStudio; 24-02-2013, 06:06 PM.
    Annie and Lyn
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    Wow, very cool. Is this something you can explain the "how-to" or easier for me to look up online?

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    • #3
      Love them they are really different
      Your website looks fantastic very inspiring
      Will definitely add to my list of crafts I would love to learn.
      Science has it's place but nothing is quite like letting your imagination fly

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      • #4
        Originally posted by Billieanne View Post
        Wow, very cool. Is this something you can explain the "how-to" or easier for me to look up online?
        Yes, felting is cool - have a look at our blog - there are a few free tutorials on there that may help explain.
        Annie and Lyn
        www.rosiepink.typepad.co.uk

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        • #5
          RosiePink, Thanks, I'll take a look on your blog. I have some felted beads that someone made me and a small purse but have never seen anything like this.
          Found the perfect tutorial for me on your blog, "Felt making with children". I just wondered how you did this. I can not learn another craft at this time.
          Loved the tutorial on how to make a pod. I'm trying to stop myself from investigating further. I just bought a Sizzix Big Shot to enhance my card making and a new mortar mixer is beinging delivered next month for my cement work. I'm trying hard not to learn another craft.
          Last edited by Billieanne; 26-02-2013, 03:12 AM.

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          • #6
            These are beautiful! I have seen felted animals and figures (I have a felted angel) but this is something I personally have not seen before. lovely xx
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            • #7
              Ohh I'm a sucker for all things felty- your creations are so lovely. the colours work so well together.
              Happy Crafting!
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              • #8
                Originally posted by Billieanne View Post
                RosiePink, Thanks, I'll take a look on your blog. I have some felted beads that someone made me and a small purse but have never seen anything like this.
                Found the perfect tutorial for me on your blog, "Felt making with children". I just wondered how you did this. I can not learn another craft at this time.
                Loved the tutorial on how to make a pod. I'm trying to stop myself from investigating further. I just bought a Sizzix Big Shot to enhance my card making and a new mortar mixer is beinging delivered next month for my cement work. I'm trying hard not to learn another craft.
                Billieanne - If you try felting just the once, you will be hooked, it's addictive!

                Thank you Cardamom, Miss Polly and Claire.
                Annie and Lyn
                www.rosiepink.typepad.co.uk

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