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This sweet soft felted baby bunny has a delicate pink ribbon around her neck. She is a perfect accent to a precious baby gift and will be treasured as a heirloom. About 3 inches long from nose to tail tip, this bunny has been felted 100% by hand out of New Zealand Corriedale Wool.

She has two tiny beads sewn on for her eyes.

What is Felting?
Felting is the process of tangling fibers. It is one of the oldest fiber crafts, dating back as far as 6300 BC. Felt making predates spinning, weaving or knitting, and for centuries this non-woven fabric has provided for basic human needs, such as yurts (felt tents), rugs, hats and footwear. Wool felt has the ability to protect against heat and insulate against cold. It absorbs and holds moisture, and felt can be cut without fraying or unraveling.

Needle Felting
In the early 1980’s David and Eleanor Stanwood used a barbed needle from an industrial felting factory to develop needle felting as a handcraft. Needle Felting is a process using wool that has been washed and carded and using specially-designed needles with cut out barbs on the end. I poke the needles repeatedly into the wool to bond the fibers in the wool together until they begin to form shapes.

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Tiny Bunny Baby

Overview

  • Materials: wool, ribbon, bead
  • Feedback: 48 reviews
  • Ships worldwide from North Carolina, United States
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