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These instructions will introduce you to needle felting, but don’t think of them as rules, rather just as suggestions - in any creative process there ...
The Wool: All wool fibres have scales on the fibres, it's this rough texture that will allow us to felt, or lock, the fibres together to create someth...
Lay your wool ball on the foam and needle felt by poking all around your ball, remembering to go into the centre of your piece, but not all the way th...
Take a small piece of wool roving in a lighter shade for the belly, fold it into the shape you want and felt it onto the body piece by simply poking s...
For the eyes, take little pieces of white wool, form them into little circle shapes with your fingers and then firmly felt them onto the body above th...
Pull off a little piece of beak coloured wool and roll it into a tiny cone between your fingers. Felt this on between the eyes and down onto the bell...
Pull off just the tiniest amount of black fibre and roll it between your fingers until you have a tiny ball the size you want for eyes. Roll both eye ...
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