Join Michelle as she makes a super cute and easy to make felt bird ornament. To follow along you will need these items:
You may have completed your first project on your triangle loom and then wondered how to add a fringe. In today's show, Michelle will show you how to add a fringe to your woven shawl. To follow along gather these items:
Join Michelle while she tries out her new Simplicity Felting Machine straight from the box. If you have wondered how easy or difficult it would be to use one of these machines then you should watch this.
Details about this machine can be found online at Amazon.
Look for some new needle felting projects coming soon!
So you have been wanting to make felt but are overwhelmed by all the rubbing, pounding, rolling that you have to do. Not to mention you can't seem to find a sushi mat big enough or the department store is out of shelf liner. Making felt can seem too physically demanding and the various supplies you need aren't already in your closet making it easy to give up on the project.
But, in this show, Michelle shares with you her quick and easy technique for making felt that anyone can do. To follow along you will need a clothes dryer and these supplies:
Join Michelle as she stumbles through making a skein of lumpy bumpy yarn.
To follow along, you will need these things:
If you don't have a local source for fiber you can find all kinds of fiber online just do a quick search for "fiber" and you will be on your way. One of my favorite collection of fibers to spin is made by Crosspatch Creations. It is a bit spendier that most stuff but so much fun.
For this 50th episode of Crafted by Us we have a fun Fabric and Fiber Friday project. We blend a bit of colorful felt with beads to create charms for a lovely bracelet. To follow along with this episode you will need:
So gather up your scrap felt pieces and beads and lets make a bracelet!
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In this episode we create a small crocheted bag which acts as a focal point for a necklace. Using a simple stitch and some basic craft items you will have a one of a kind necklace. To follow along, gather these supplies:
This episode takes melting plastic one step further. By adding fabric, we are able to make a cute clutch. This technique can be used as a jumping off point for all kinds of projects using melted plastic grocery bags. To follow along with this show, grab these supplies: