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Thanks Zed - I'd love to be able to draw 'properly' but I can't so I always have to find a workaround. I've got the cards back from the printer and it's a lovely job - I used vistaprint.
Thank you Catherine - you could be right about what they get up to when we're not looking!
Thank you Sarah!
Hello Sarah - it sounds as though your pod does need to be worked some more (if it's dry you can re-wet it in warm soapy water). Once it's fulled to the max it will be firm. Generally speaking the finer the wool the less the fuzz but handmade felt items are meant to be a little fuzzy - it's part of the charm. To reduce fuzz you need to reduce friction during the fulling process so make sure your hands are soapy. Yes, you can shave felt. Use a disposable razor (carefully) on the dry felt. We decided against paper copies of our books because the printing and distribution costs are too high. We hope you continue to enjoy making 3D items!
Thank you Aimee. The amount of wool you would need depends on how thick your layers are. We just weighed a piece of felt that is about the size you want to make and it's 30 grams. Hope that helps a bit.
Thank you for your great feedback Alanna. Now you've made your first one we hope you have fun making more! We don't use a roller pin so we can't advise you on that. The more you make the easier it becomes.
Thank you - I'm glad Rudolph turned out cute.
Not being able to draw well is frustrating - but there are work-arounds!
Thank you Natalie - I see that you like deer too and I loved your deer bunting so much that I've 'pinned' it on my pinterest board.
Thank you - artistic licence is great isn't it? I hope it helps other reluctant drawers to have a go!
Thank you Ginny. I've been told they can only lie down for a rest...but I think that they may sit when people aren't looking eh?
Thank you Jen. We've been fooled into thinking that all cute animals can sit as dogs can - it was news to me too!
We hope you enjoy the project Oya - seamless felting has many possibilities. World of Wool ship worldwide - have you seen the website?
Thank you Teri - it is a little early to be thinking of Christmas I agree, but if you're making cards to sell then the time to make is now.
Thank you Nikki - Walt Disney has a lot to answer for!
Thank you Ruth - I hope it helps others who struggle as I do! Your poinsettia is lovely. Here is the link for others to see:
Thank you Catherine - look out for when Adrian is on the beach because he's really worth watching.
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Thank you Teri - it was exciting doing something different.
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Thank you Esther!
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You never forget the joy of playing in the sand do you? I only have to touch my bare feet on sand and the years roll back.
Thank you Deborah - we were very lucky this year and I've just heard that we're getting summer back (temporarily) by the weekend!
Thank you for your link Jo. You've made some beautiful pieces and we especially like the landscape topped with trees (post 13/11/2013) and your framed circles (in the same post), a composition that is so pleasing to the eye.
Thank you Ellie. The Road Verge piece is lovely - the way you've positioned the grasses gives the effect of a slight ruffling breeze - and I can understand why it took so long! Well worth it though.
Thank you very much Angelica. We don't do facebook as rosiepink but if that changes we'll let everyone know.