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Needle Felted Feather Tutorial

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Here is a tutorial on how to make needle felted feathers. If you're looking for a way to make your needle felted birds look more realistic, or if you want D.I.Y. feathers to use as an element in another project (such as a dream catcher), this tutorial will teach you how to do it.

My personal experience is that this works on feathers at least 2" in length or longer, so this will not work on tiny birds. If I figure out a way to make tiny feathers, I'll add another video to the tutorial link showing how to do so and update anyone who purchased this tutorial. Your access to this tutorial never expires.

There is no kit for this tutorial. Once purchased, you will gain access to download a PDF containing the link and password to the tutorial page.

You will need:
Merino top or merino silk blend wool in the color of your choice (I use white so I can then color it the way I want).
White core wool or something a bit coarser than merino (corriedale for example).
White cloth-wrapped floral wire.
Alcohol-based markers if you want to color them in a certain pattern. If you are doing plain feathers or using other colors, you won't need this. I use Copic markers with mine. Sharpies also work if you have them in the colors you need.
You will need felting needles and a foam block to support your work. I used 40-gauge spiral needles, which are also available in my shop if you need them. With the grips: http://etsy.me/2eSpKf4 or without: http://etsy.me/2ebgROn
Here is a tutorial on how to make needle felted feathers. If you're looking for a way to make your needle felted birds look more realistic, or if you want D.I.Y. feathers to use as an element in another project (such as a dream catcher), this tutorial will teach you how to do it.

My personal experience is that this works on feathers at least 2" in length or longer, so this will not work on tiny birds. If I figure out a way to make tiny feathers, I'll add another video to the tutorial link showing how to do so and update anyone who purchased this tutorial. Your access to this tutorial never expires.

There is no kit for this tutorial. Once purchased, you will gain access to download a PDF containing the link and password to the tutorial page.

You will need:
Merino top or merino silk blend wool in the color of your choice (I use white so I can then color it the way I want).
White core wool or something a bit coarser than merino (corriedale for example).
White cloth-wrapped floral wire.
Alcohol-based markers if you want to color them in a certain pattern. If you are doing plain feathers or using other colors, you won't need this. I use Copic markers with mine. Sharpies also work if you have them in the colors you need.
You will need felting needles and a foam block to support your work. I used 40-gauge spiral needles, which are also available in my shop if you need them. With the grips: http://etsy.me/2eSpKf4 or without: http://etsy.me/2ebgROn

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5 out of 5 stars
(30)
Reviewed by Caroline P
5 out of 5 stars
Mar 21, 2018
The best tutorial ever,I didn’t want it to finish. Was almost like I was sitting with Magi in her garden listening to the surroundings and life going on - thanks so much for the tips and tricks. 😊🙏🏻
Whimsy Houses 2D Art Video Tutorial (Kit not included)

Reviewed by PATRICIA PALAZZI
5 out of 5 stars
Jun 4, 2018
My absolute favorite all time needles. Love the doubles. They make felting firm and speed up the process
Felting Needles

Reviewed by Kaito
5 out of 5 stars
May 17, 2018
my favorite needles! i'll be buying more!
Set of 6 Spiral Felting Needles, Two Available Gauges

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For material items, I would ask that the item(s) be shipped back to me in order to receive a refund - depending on the item or situation you may receive a partial or full refund. No refunds given for items damaged after receipt of goods. Full refunds do not include refunds in shipping costs, only cost of item.

I do not offer refunds on digital items (including custom orders). Unless there is a problem with the download or the files, I do not make edits to ready-made digital goods.

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For custom digital orders, you will receive digital proofs before final payment. If something was missed that was initially specified, you have 30 days to notify me, and I will work with you until you are satisfied with your order. New edits (anything that was not requested in the initial order) count as a new custom order.
For custom felted items, I will give you pictures of progress work. 50% down of agreed price (nonrefundable) will be requested before I start on the work. No cancellations will be accepted after work is started. I will have already put time and effort into the project.

Here is a link (not my own) on how to clean felted toys and soft sculptures: https://americanfeltandcraft.wordpress.com/2009/04/23/how-to-wash-felt-wool-felt-foods-soft-sculpture-toys/

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