Materials recommended;

Wool;
-   browns for mat – 3 1/2 - 4 ounces
-   red for large mushroom top – 1 ounce        
-   white for  large mushroom spots and stem –  3/4 ounce       
-   other mushroom colors (ie. golds, orange, rusett, etc...) - 1 ounce
-   white for smaller mushrooms - 1/4 ounce
-   greens for grass –1/2 ounce
-   blues for river - 1/4 ounce
-   grays, tans, etc... for stones 1/8 - 1/4 ounce
-   light cream or white for cave floor -  1/4 ounce
-   green with smidgen of gold for leaf - 1/4 ounce
-   dark brown for cave 1 ounce
-  curly locks and novelty yarns for landscaping and bushes
Campfire;
-   gray for stones and base – 1/2 ounce
-   small amount of red, orange, and gold wool for flame

-  foam work board
-  38 gauge and optional multi-tool
-  chopstick or dowel
Materials recommended;

Wool (all amounts are approximate);
-  core roving – 2 ounces
-  finer wool for robe – 1 ½ ounces
-  white wool for hair and beard – ¼ ounce  
-  Flesh color wool – ¼ ounce
-  brown wool for staff – 1/8 ounce
-  yellow wool for staff and hat – 1/8 ounce

-  6 chenille stems (12” long)
-  gold or copper wire for staff – 3”
-  foam work surface
-  1- 38 and  2- 40 gauge felting needles and optional
multi-tool.
- scissors and ruler/tape measure
Mushroom Forest Playscape  

Make a Mushroom Forest of your own design!  

Suitable for beginners and experienced needle
felters, this kit will teach you techniques for
creating smooth flat surfaces and sturdy 3-
dimensional sculptures.   Learn how to make
stones, a portable campfire, a 3 dimensional cave,
and a plethora of mushrooms!

Your finished playscape base will measure
approximately 11” x 15” and feature a cave
standing approximately 4 inches high.

Your finished playscape will make a wonderful
display piece for your home or a prized playland
for your child.
"Tree of Life"

Previous needle felting experience recommended
for this project. (If you're an adventurous
beginner, go for it!) These instructions will take
you through the techniques for creating a smooth,
evenly felted mat, sturdy 3-dimensional
sculptural forms and the process for using wire
armature, allowing your finished tree to be fully
posable.

Your finished Tree of Life will stand approximately
7 – 9” tall and sit on a mat base that’s
approximately 12” oval.  Your tree will be a
stunning 4-season display piece with a removable
wool leaf canopy that can “fall” in Autumn to
reveal bare branches.  
This project is suitable for a
nature table scene rather than rough play.  It's  
branches are bendable and can stand up to gentle
handling and posing.
Older children will enjoy
celebrating the coming of each season by doing the
honor of changing the leaf canopy colors by
overlaying surface wool.
               Materials recommended;

              Wool;
             - browns for mat – 3 ounces
             - tan/camel for house plus small amt of brown– 1 ounce
             - mix of greens for grass – 1 ounce
             - grays, tans, etc.. 1/4 ounce for stones
             -  blues for river – ½ ounce
             -  red/russet for mushrooms – ½ ounce
             -  white for mushroom spots and stems – ¼ ounce
             -  curly locks and/or novelty yarns for   
             landscaping accents & bushes
             
Campfire;
             - grays for stones and base – 1/2 ounce
             - small amount of gold, orange, and red for flame
-  foam work surface
-  38 gauge felting needle(s) and optional multi-tool
-  chopstick or dowel
Swing supplies; small amount of  dark brown wool, 4 chenille stems, various
yarns, tire or bench, hemp rope.
- scissors and ruler/measuring tape                    
"Fairy Meadowlands"

Suitable for beginners and experienced needle
felters.  These instructions will take you through
the techniques for creating a smooth, evenly
felted mat with rolling hills allowing you to
create a magical little meadow perfect for wee
folk of all kinds to inhabit.  

Your finished playmat will be approximately
11x15 inches and will feature rolling hills,
mushrooms, a lazy creek, a simple house (about
5" tall) , curly green bushes, and swingset
instructions!
Materials recommended:

Wool;
- mix of browns for mat and tree – 5 ounces
-  green wools for foliage (fluffy) – 1 ounce
-  greens for grass – 1/4 ounce
-  grays, tans etc... for stones - 1/4 ounce
-  curly locks for bushes/landscaping
-  novelty yarns for flowers and vines

-  foam work board
-  38 and 40 gauge felting needles and optional multi-tool.
-  20 pipe cleaners/chenille stems
-  chopstick or dowel
-  scissors and ruler/measuring tape
You can choose to overlay other wool colors such as white for snow during Winter
golds, orange, and russet to represent Autumn color.
"Wool Maiden"

Suitable for beginners and experienced felters, these
instructions will provide the techniques for creating a
firmly felted doll body that can hold up to child's play
the doll uses a wire armature to allow the arms to
bend.  Your finished Maiden will be perfect as a
display centerpiece or a magical friend for your child.

The finished Maiden will stand approximately 7 inches
tall and the techniques used to create her can be
endlessly repeated to make all sorts of figurines -
Mother Earth, King Winter, Mrs. Thaw, Angels,
Fairies, Shepherds and so on.

Depending on what type of wool is used and how
thoroughly you felt,  may not be suitable for children
who still put toys in their mouths, as loose wool pieces
could pose a choking hazard.
These projects are designed for adults and children age 12
and up these are NOT toys for young children.
There are serious safety issues with needle felting and
although very small children are physically capable of
poking a felting needle, they may lack the consciousness to
prevent poking themselves.  

These instructions are written in a very detailed, narrative
style between 15 and 28 pages long with reference photos.

Save money and print your own!  All instructions are
available in a PDF format that I can email to you.   This will
also save shipping costs!- (I'll refund the automatic
shopping cart shipping charges back to your PayPal
account after your order is complete.)
"Royal Wizard"

Suitable for felters that have some experience
and/or those with
extra patience!

These instructions will provide the techniques for
creating a firmly felted inner doll body with a
flowing outer robe made of a finer wool such as
Merino or Corriedale.  You'll also receive
instructions for his pointed hat and his staff.

The finished Wizard will stand approximately 7
inches tall and the techniques used to create him
can be endlessly repeated to make all sorts of
other figures.

This doll is best suited for display d/t his fine wool
coat.
Materials recommended;

Wool (all amounts are approximate);
-  core wool for body 1 1/2 - 2 ounces
-  dress color – 1 ounce
-  hair color  - 1/8-1/4 ounce
-  flesh color – 1/8 - 1/4 ounce
-  trace bits of colored wool to accent dress - 3 colors
-  curly locks to accent dress

-  3 Chenille stems (12” long)
-  foam work surface
-  38 and 40 gauge felting needles and optional multi-tool.
-  scissors and tape measure/ruler
"Root Baby with Cradle"

Make your own little swaddled baby and a
cradle for him/her to rest in.  The cradle is Make your
own little swaddled baby and cozy lined with gorgeous,
curly wool locks - you won't find a comfier bed
anywhere!

Baby is approx 2" long and the cradle approx 3" x 4".

Wool (all amounts are approximate);
- Flesh color - trace amount
- Bunting color - 1/4 ounce
- Accent colors - trace amount
- Cradle colors - 1 ounce
- “Core” wool - 1/2 - 1 ounce
- Curly wool locks for embellishing  

- small rubber ball (1 1/2 - 2")
- small foam work pad
- 38 and/or 40 gauge felting needle(s) & optional multi-tool.
- chopstick or dowel
- scissors and ruler/measuring tape
"Gnome House"

Learn how to needle felt over a ball and create
your very own gnome house complete with a
functioning door, chimney, and window!  

House will stand approx 4" tall with a 3" door
height.
Materials recommended;

Wool (all amounts are approximate);
-   Cream/white wool (inner walls) – 1 ½ ounce
-   Main color wool (outside walls) – 1 ounce
-   Mat wool – 1 - 2 ounces
-   Chimney & Doorknob – 1/8 ounce
-   Complimentary colored wool or yarn for
embellishments
-   Curly locks for bushes
-   Embroidery Floss and needle
-   Small square of felt fabric (hinges)

- foam pad
- 38 and/or 40 gauge felting needle(s) and optional
multi-tool.
- 4" foam or rubber ball form to felt over
- chopstick or dowel
- scissors and ruler/measuring tape
Mushroom Forest options;
^
Add stones and
mushroom to make your
base more interesting!
Options
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"Needle Felting Tutorials & Instructions"
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