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Student Needle Felted Doll
Pauline's Aussie Santa - Needle Felted Santa Workshop

Rolands Needle Felted Pup
Hi Kay!
I just finished work on my first "Felted Pup" :D
It is not my first contact with Felting ...but clearly due to your excellent videos I made one of the best toys to date!
Thank you!
Rolands B. Riga, Latvia
rolands needle felted santa doll
Needle Felted Santa
Rolands B.

Wendy's Needle Felted PUps
Troll with Pup
Wendy O.
Dolls & Pups Projects

Needle Felted Santa by Jodi O.
Thanks Kay! Your tutorial was amazing!!! You're such a great teacher. I'd follow your steps and then a few minutes later, I'd be amazed at what I had done....
Jodi O.
Santa Workshop Project

Pam's Needle Felted PUP!
Just have to post because I had such positive comments from the felted dogs I gave as gifts this Christmas. Thank you so much, Kay, for all you did to help me get started.
Pam D
Needle Felted Pups Project

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Wool Batting

Wool BAtting For Needle Felting

Wool Batting For Needle Felted Doll Clothes

Felt Alive Wool
Felt Alive Wool
Peace Fleece
Peace Fleece
When choosing wool for sculptural needle felting, consider the benefits of using batting rather than roving.
No matter what the breed of sheep, wool that has been prepared into batting seems so much easier to needle felt than wool that has been prepared into roving, tops or sliver.
Wool Batting works great for needle feltingThe main difference is that batting is messy! The fibers are unorganized and as you tangle them together with the felting needles, they shrink together from all directions.
Merino RovingWith roving (aka tops or sliver) the fibers have been combed so they all run in the same direction. As you tangle the fibers together with your felting needle, the fibers shrink along the lines of the fibers leaving grooves or stripes.
Wool prepared into batting for is loftier than roving - it holds more air. And to make needle felted characters that flex and move, this quality is important.
We offer our three favorite varieties of Wool Batting!
Core Wool BattingI start nearly every project with Core Wool Batting.
Premium Batting - for great results, every time!Felt Alive Needle Felting Wool Batting is my favorite choice for my needle felted dolls. The flesh colors are perfect!
Fun wool batting for FUN Needle FeltingPeace Fleece Batting is a great choice if you want variegated colors and nubby nibs.
Read More About Using Wool Batting For Needle Felting Doll Clothes
Learn The Magic of needle Felting - I use wool batting in all Felt Alive Video Workshops
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About Kay

Kay Petal picked up her first felting needle in 1997. Without any background in art, the craft of needle felting wool led Kay to discover a talent for 3d caricature art. Her celebrity caricature dolls have been seen on The Conan O'Brien Show and several magazines.

Having produced five full-length DVD workshops Kay has students all over the world, many of whom have gone on to become professional needle felt artists. She also designed and manufactures specialized, color-coded felting needles that she calls Super-Duper.

Kay is a lifelong Alaskan but most recently can be found working in her studio in the tiny town of O'Brien in southern Oregon. Visit www.feltalive.com to learn more.
Kay's Latest Celebrity Doll

Li'l Freddie Mercury

Needle Felted Freddie Mercury Doll by Kay Petal Felt Alive Wool Sculptures

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