Meaty Felt


Felter Skelter - your essential needle felting column from Mr X Stitch!

Happy New Year everyone! This month I’m bringing you a feast of felted meats! Food is a popular subject matter for felt sculpture, but while we see lots of desserts, for some reason savory items aren’t nearly as common. That changes today! Prepare to dine on some of the best felt meats of all kinds and be sure to click through on each artist’s name for more!

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Are You Ready For Adventure?


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Lebrie Rich
Lebrie Rich

Lebrie Rich

Laura Lee Burch
Laura Lee Burch

Laura Lee Burch

Sue Shaw
Sue Shaw

Sue Shaw

(I wasn’t able to find a website for Sue, if you know where to find her work online please let us know!)

Fun Felt by Winnie
Fun Felt by Winnie
Fun Felt by Winnie

Fun Felt by Winnie

Thanks as always for reading! What topics would you like to see in the column this year? Let us know in the comments!


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What Technique Is This?

Needle Felting is the process of using a notched or “barbed” needle to compress layers of wool into denser felt that can be manipulated to create 3D sculptures. It is different to wet felting, which uses water to combine wool fibres, and these days there are a range of felting tools available that can enable you to make your own soft sculptures with ease!

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Zoë Williams

Zoë Williams creates needle felt sculptures based on spirits, sacred creatures, and dreams. Her work is concerned with the intersection of the (inner) realm of the collective unconscious and the (outer) kingdom of nature. She lives and works in New York City.

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