6 of 7 people found the following review helpful
Inspiring and easy for the beginner,
This review is from: Beginner's Guide to Needle Felting (Paperback)
There are plenty of easy, step-by-step instructions. The projects give you a quick summary of what can be achieved. I like the landscapes and dolls best.
I would like to find alternatives to raw wool, as sometimes you can't always get it ie live in urban surroundings. I would also like alternatives to wool, perhaps alpaca....Is it restricted to natural wool or can it be used for synthetics etc. However, it tells you clearly what to do when you do use raw wool which was helpful.I would like more about wet felting as I didn't quite understand the benefits of this.
The book is read in an enthusiastic way which was enjoyable.
I do really recommend this book! Now I want another one!
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Initial post: 9 Apr 2013 11:46:33 BDT
Last edited by the author on 9 Apr 2013 11:48:11 BDT
A. H. Ford says:
Hi Velvet - you can obtain wool for felting easily from any number of on line sellers. There are a number that sell on ebay too. Most sellers of wool rovings also sell other fibres like alpaca and silk. Just put wool rovings into the search engine of your pc. Wingham Wools is a good seller and they sell natural wool as well as dyed. Good luck!
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