Dimensions Needlecrafts Needle Felted Character Kit, Owl
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- Felted characters are easy to create using basic needle felting techniques
- Re-usable mold and stencil included to create the perfect shape
- Kit includes 100-percent wool, a felting needle, a felting mat and step-by-step instructions
- Finished size 3.50-inch by 3 75-inch
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What a hoot This adorable Owl Needle Felted Character is easy to create using basic needle felting techniques. Re-usable mold and stencil included to create the perfect shape. Kit includes 100-Percent wool, a felting needle, a felting mat and step by step instructions. Finished size 3.50-inch by 3.75-inch.
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1. when they ask you to stuff wool into the foam mold, pull apart the wool roving in pieces (it comes in a long strip) and put them within the mold. I find that it would give a more consistent finish as compared to grabbing a large chunk and stuffing it all in.
2. next step gets you to take it out of the foam mold and put it in the silicone mold. Take it out, flip it over, then stuff it in. I initially thought I just had to take it out and place it (same face down) into the mold. But what they are getting you to do is to poke and flatten one side before poking and flattening the other side. I was stupid and didn't get that part!
3. For the 2 feet, pull little turfs of wool, roll them into balls and felt them on top of the 3 "toes", this gives the feet the added dimension.
My felt animal does look a little like the one in the picture, except it somehow looks more like a penguin than an owl! And the more I look at the picture, the more it looks like a penguin! Especially with the tail at the back; although this tail is probably the support it requires to stand on its own.
Another thing, my final product didn't quite resemble the picture in that it had a lot of stray wool fibers sticking out all over. It's very difficult to smooth it all out and flatten them into the main body of the owl. You need A LOT of patience!
All that said, I did have a whole lot of fun doing it up so I highly recommend it!