Introduction: Felted Wool Balls Braclet

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This braclet is relaxing and great for a lazy day around the house. Have fun with colors patterns and designs!

Step 1: Supplies

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STEP 1
You will need: • a few different colors of wool roving
                          • a towel
                          • a bowl of hot & soapy water 

Step 2: Making It Wispy

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STEP 2
Spread out your first roving color so that it is very wispy and thin but still connected.

Step 3: A Rough Ball

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STEP 3
Form the roving into a rough and wispy ball. Do not squeeze though!

Step 4: A Bit of Water

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STEP 4
Splash a little of water onto the ball... lightly though.

Step 5: Start Rolling

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STEP 5
Start rolling the ball between your hands VERY GENTLY while adding a little bit of water every so often and little squirts of soap in your palm (not to much though) until it starts to condense and get a little bit harder.

Step 6: Like This

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STEP 6
Keep rolling until its about this size and fairly tough.

Step 7: Repeat That Process

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STEP 7
Keep doing this until you have 6-7 balls.

Step 8: Wash and Dry

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STEP 8
Wash the soap out of the felt balls and set out to dry.

Step 9: For the Bracelet

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Step 9
You can make another project with your felted balls of make them into this bracelet.

For the bracelet you will need: • your felted balls
                                                       • a needle
                                                       •a string of elastic that fits around your wrist plus an inch or two
                                                       • spacer beads (buttons look cool too!)

Step 10: Making the Bracelet

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STEP 10
Thread your needle and tie a knot at the other end. Then, stick it through the ball and pull it tight. Put your spacer bead/button on next.

Step 11: Continue and Tie

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STEP 11
Repeat this process until you reach the desired length or run out of beads. Then... tie the two ends together and you're DONE!

Comments

nuthara (author)2015-07-14

great work

WUVIE (author)2013-07-20

Very cute! I love it!

PaulCat97 (author)WUVIE2013-09-17

Thanks1

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