Pieces of felt can be made with objects embedded within the fabric or try encasing found objects in felt to partially conceal the forms. Add materials and fibres to the fleece during the felting process to create contrasting textures or embellish the felted surface with other media such as gold leaf or stitch.
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Exploring Materials: Merino Wool and Water and Making Felt
This resource records an enjoyable and energetic felt-making session where students experimented with mixing coloured layers of fleece and trapping small objects within the felt, to make tactile and vibrant pieces of fabric
teenagers make small sculptures:exploring felt-making and transforming materials
In this exciting workshop, students developed their felt-making skills and knowledge and transformed a selection of materials into beautiful, small-scale felt sculptures.