I’ve just launched another online needle felting course on Udemy! We’re going to learn how to make cute hedgehogs like this one.
This course is a bit more advanced. It gets deeper into sculpting and creating facial features, as well as creating the “fur” effect and attaching the skin fabric.
As usual, there will be a course giveaway for my followers. Subscribe to my mailing list to get discounts (and even free copies!) of my courses.
This year I will be participating in Halton Waldorf School’s Mayfair, that will take place at Halton Waldorf School on May 27th.
I’ve started running monthly needle felting workshops in Toronto. We needle felt together and make wonderful toys and sculptures from wool. No prior experience needed, you can come and just enjoy the craft, which is very warm and colorful.
Next workshop will take place on October 25th at 7 pm.
Address is 300 Antibes Dr.
Please RSVP at firstname.lastname@example.org before coming.
Guess who’s course is marked as New and Noteworthy in Udemy’s Arts & Crafts section? 🙂
I wonder how long it will stay there. Big thanks to everyone who has enrolled and given me high marks! I plan on continuing to work on it to make it the best online needle felting class for beginners possible!
Looks like they’re running a $19 promotion in Canada now (not sure about other places, but me & my friends have seen these prices today). Go for it!
I’m super excited to just have published my first needle felting online course on Udemy ! Now I want to get a ton of feedback so that I can improve it. My goal is to make it the best possible course for beginner needle felters.
I’ve tried to gather all the knowledge I wish I had when I was just starting out, so that I can help people save time and materials.
I’m offering the course for free to first 100 students!
The only thing I ask – if you could please give me honest feedback when you’re done.
Another timelapse video – see how I needle felt a ladybug. This is a great project for beginners.
Here’s a short video that I made to share some tips I wish I knew in the beginning of my felting career. They will save you time and money!
Here is a reference picture of the sheep from the video:
Here’s another Christmas needle felting video – you can follow the process of how I make a snowman.
Here is another needle felting video. This time I’m making sheep and using natural curly wool. Enjoy!
This is my second take on Nativity. This video is a complete timelapse – 4 hours of work compressed into 15 minutes.
Needle felted Waldorf Nativity set. This is the first set I made. I shortly made another one – and shot a video of it – see the following posts.
This is a video tutorial on how to make a stuffed goat from felt. It is a fairly easy project, suitable for beginner craftspeople, and it makes a nice and durable toy for kids too. Enjoy and do share your feedback!
Here comes another tutorial. This one is more beginner-oriented and it’s on how to needle felt a pumpkin.
Hand-made Waldorf-inspired fabric doll, 20″.
– Skin: Swiss doll skin Lightweight
– Hair: Mohair weft
– Clothes: Linen, cotton, wool, leather, natural wool felt
All clothes and accessories in the pictures come with the doll:
– Hand-knitted woolen jacket
– Pinafore dress with wide skirt
– Full dress
– Wool felt purse
– Wool felt peg doll
– Wool felt hair clip
The doll has fully sculpted face with curly naturally looking hair.
This doll is for kids of age 6+.
New Waldorf doll I just made. She’s about 15″ high.
Here’s a new video – this time I tried to compress 1.5 hours of work into a quick timelapse to show the full process of making a fairy.
Here’s another video tutorial on how to needle felt a pregnant lady doll.
Tiny little owl needle felting tutorial.
A video tutorial on needle felting an owl.