Wet and Needle Felting Books
Beginner's Guide to Needle Felting
by Susanna Walli
How to create wonderful pictures and three-dimensional objects using wool and simple needle felting techniques. Learn how to make charming cards, pictures, jewelry, a bird and even a figure from wool. Simple techniques, clearly explained. Step by step photographs. Six very creative inspirational projects. Softbound, 64 pages.
NEW! Pedigree Dogs in Needle Felt
by Gai Button
Using different wools, along with just three needles, you can create many realistic breeds including Labradors, pugs, poodles, border terriers and more! Perfect for felters and dog lovers everywhere. This book contains instructions for how to make six realistic dogs using needle felt techniques. Softcover; 112 pages.
Felt, Fabric and Fiber Jewelry
20 Beautiful Projects to Bead, Stitch, Knot and Braid
By Sherri Haab
Create twenty one-of-a-kind, gallery-quality jewelry projects from fabric, ribbon, thread, cord, wire, beads, buttons, and more, using a variety of needlework techniques – sewing and quilting, embroidery, felting, crochet, and knotting and braiding. From simple introductions to the fundamentals of fabric and needle crafting, to illustrated dictionaries of basic stitches and techniques to detailed how-to’s for creating necklaces, pendants, chokers, bracelets, brooches, and rings, Sherri Haab’s clear, lavishly illustrated instructions make every jewelry piece a snap to make. 127 pages, full color throughout, soft bound.
Magic Wool Fruit Children
by Christine Schafer
Dyed unspun sheep's wool, also known as magic wool, is the perfect material to craft an enchanting collection of miniature fruit children, which can be enjoyed by adults and children alike and are perfect for a nature corner or seasonal table.
Christine Schäfer, author of Magic Wool Fairies, includes detailed instructions on how to create fruits for every season -- berries,acorns, apples, plums, mandarins, toadstools, pumpkins -- and delightful little people to match.
This book provides step-by-step instructions, colour photographs and diagrams, which clearly show the reader how to make figures and objects of varying complexity. 96 pages, softbound.
by Chapin and Wessel
Bestselling author Kari Chapin (The Handmade Marketplace) and
needle-felting artist Kerri Wessel concoct a delightful “cookbook” of 25
amazing felted foods. The menu features such fare as Good Morning
breakfast dishes; Diner Delights; Farmer's Market fruits and vegetables;
Sweet Tooth desserts; and Holiday Treats—like heart-shaped lollipops
for Valentine's Day. Also included: detailed instructions for turning
these tasty-looking projects into snack-size jewelry, magnets,
ornaments, hairclips, and paperweights. 144 pages, full color throughout, soft bound.
Felting for Kids
by Sif Jacobsen, Gry Hojgaardp
Let Gry and Sif take you into the wonderful world of wet felting! These sisters are well known for their appealing designs made of felted wool. This exciting collection of more than 44 fun projects contains everything from whimsical toys to desk accessories - including an entire collection just for boys. Learn wet-felting techniques and find projects you can make both for and with kids. 128 pages, softbound.
by Angelika Wolk-Gerche
This is a comprehensive book on wet felting. It begins with the various fibers and how they felt, also covers washing, carding and plant dyeing fiber. The middle section is all about the felting technique, how to do it, and the last part has a number of projects: balls, jewelry, hats, slippers, small dolls, books covers and so on. 152 pages, softbound.
by Dagmar Schmidt & Freya Jaffke.
New edition. This book covers techniques and ideas for creating soft wool pictures on a felt board. It also covers making little dolls and animal by using wire frames and wrapping wool around the frames. Soft woolen stand up dolls and figures for your nature table. 68 pages, softbound.
More Magic Wool
by Angelika Wolk-Gerche
Instructions on making wool roving from raw wool fleece, with color formulas to dye your own wool from plants. Again, wrapping wool around wire frames to make animals, flowers, butterflies, fairies, gnomes, and seasonal trees and landscapes. A continuation and companion to Magic Wool. Lavishly illustrated, 78 pages softbound.