Felting 4 Fun Gallery - a place to share your works
I would like to share 2 adorable needle felting sculptures from Rachael Coleman. She said this is her first creations and her 7 years old grandson also like to given it a go. WOW!
Amanda Wooldridge share some of her new amazing works in 2021
Shirley Garrett butterfly
Sharon Smith (The teeth are came from real snapper fish😁 )
An unbelievable 31kgs Felted Ball made by Maree Sarkis
Natika Shpak has some new friends in her house and garden
Here is a few photos from Fiber Artist Amanda Wooldridge
Auckland Somerville Intermediate School students and their Art Specialist Rebecca Ferguson are very enthusiastic in needle felting. Below are some of their artwork.
Whangarei Kamo Intermediate School is one of the school that brought needle felting to their art class last year. Art specialist Jo Nicholson ordered our Corriedale wool for her class. She sent me some photos of the projects that her students have produced. They are absolutely marvelous. They planned to exhibit some of these at the Creative Fibre Northland Expo - Whangarei in July 2018.
Seiko Notman started with interested in needle felting and enjoy using the Corriedale wool in wet felting as well.
In March this year (2018) I was very surprised when Lorraine showed me her needle felting creations in my needle felting workshop at the Pakuranga Library. I couldn’t believe she only started needle felting from the end of last year and has made all these amazing needle felting sculptures. WOW !!! They are fabulous !
Another lovely customer Nakita , not only does she needle felted cute animal sculptures. She also create her own unique Elf dolls. The dolls' heads, arms, legs and boots were made with clay. Then she uses our Corriedale wool roving for the dolls' body, hair and clothes.
Nakita told me she has set up a “Elf Adoption Program" for her adorable needle felting dolls. She sells them and donated half of the funds to support a boy who has a rare cancer.