For a long time I had my many needles jammed in a bin with a lot of other little embroidery odds and ends, and I really wanted a more convenient (and cute!) way to store them. So I set out to create a needle book, and a tutorial to go along with it!
These DIY felt butterfly and moth patches were inspired by the patches that I use to sew on to my jean jacket and backpack when I was a teenager. This is Lorrie Everitt from @makeandmerryco and I am so happy to share my felt butterfly and moth patch projects with you. For this post, I used The Felt Store’s 100% Wool and Premium Wool Blend craft felt in a variety of colors. I cut all of my felt shapes using a Cricut Maker and my SVG cutting files but you can also use my use my pattern…
I'm busily working on a new embroidery pattern. It's been a long time since I originally played with this idea and I'm excited to be finally revisiting it! Felt appliqué is so versatile and I love exploring the endless ways to use it in my work. Hop on my email list to find out when
When it comes to the art of appliqué, beginning with felt is a great way to learn and practice. Appliqué is simply attaching a small piece of fabric to a larger piece of fabric, usually to create a decorative bit of fiber art. Felt is a great fabric for appliqué work because you can cut it however
Have you ever tried to transfer a detailed embroidery pattern to felt? This process can be tough to figure out because many of the traditional embroidery transfer methods don’t work well on felt’s fuzzy texture. Rather than scrapping felt for your stitching projects though, try one of these felt-fri