Monday, February 25, 2008

Felting Tutorial Part 3: Curly-que

Welcome to Part 3 of my felting tutorial on making a Curly-que.

Part 3 covers how to shape the Curly-que, after it has been formed and wet felted. You can find Parts 1 and 2 posted yesterday and the day before!






I would also like to give a big shout out to Linda over at The Craftgossip Blog Network, who picked up Parts one and two of my tutorial on the felting section of her blog today. You ROCK!!!


5 comments:

Craftymoose Crafts said...

I really enjoyed watching your felting tutorials--you did a great job photographing and explaining the process--I think I just might try it myself! Thank you for posting it!

Marysusan Noll said...

I'm glad you enjoyed it craftymoose!

MGoodell said...

I just watched all three, and it was great! I think that I have some really bad craft stores around here, because I have never seen wool that you can buy like that. Where can you find it?

Marysusan Noll said...

I buy mine at a great local yarn shop called Rumplestiltskins in Sayville, NY. But I have also bought some online at some great places like Alpaca.com and of course, Etsy. There are some really wonderful wool vendors on Etsy. Just make sure that you don't buy superwash.

Little Lovables said...

Thank you for this. I love your work!