Felting carded wool - Jennifer Colin

€20.76

Released February 9, 2023 - Pre- order!

Pre-order, delivery scheduled from February 09, 2023

Jennifer Colin, aka My Little Print Fabrics, teaches you how to transform wool into objects, whether flat or voluminous. She shares all her secrets for mastering the two main felting techniques: needle, or soap and water. At first glance, felting may seem difficult and require great dexterity... but no! You just need to learn the basic gestures to get started.

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Description

Jennifer Colin, aka My Little Print Fabrics, teaches you how to transform wool into objects, whether flat or voluminous. She shares all her secrets for mastering the two main felting techniques: needle, or soap and water. At first glance, felting may seem difficult and require great dexterity... but no! You just need to learn the basic gestures to get started.

In addition to the technical gestures, Jennifer clarifies once and for all the differences between carded and boiled wool, felt and felt, carding and felting, and many other terms that we encounter in felting. All you have to do is equip yourself, following Jennifer's advice on the choice of needles and mats, or the recipe for felting liquid, before embarking on one of the 13 felting creations.

The 13 felting projects are divided into 3 main chapters: flat needle felting projects (vegetable tote bag, playhouse brooch, Pacman® jeans, banner with wild geese, linen and flower cushion); volume needle felting projects (autumn mobile, succulent plant, sheep, Christmas bauble); felting projects with soap and water (marbled soap, teapot coasters in felted balls, fabric felted like paint, cocoon bowl).

Publisher: Creapassions

Released: February 9, 2023

Collection: Easy with Créapassions

Product Details
livre feutrer la laine cardée
4 Items
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Specific References

ISBN2814106619
EAN139782814106611
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