By Jackie Huang
You will find how adorable those woolbuddies are. You're not likely to think how effortless it really is to cause them to! bored with trying to find designated toys that weren't industrially produced, former Lucasfilm animator Jackie Huang created the liked Woolbuddy, a set of all-natural crammed animals that replicate his detailed ingenious imaginative and prescient. He went directly to catch enthusiasts at craft festivals, Comic-Con, and uniqueness boutiques. right here Huang teaches readers, utilizing just a few wool and a needle, tips on how to needle felt a wide-eyed owl, a toothy shark, a fuzzy sheep, a towering giraffe, and extra. With step by step directions and priceless how-to pictures, crafters can create clutchable keepsakes to be immediately loved and perpetually loved.
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Additional info for Woolbuddies: 20 Irresistibly Simple Needle Felting Projects
Approximate finished size: 2 in/5 cm tall by 3½ in/9 cm wide TOOLS AND MATERIALS Felting needle Foam block or felting mat 1 oz/30 g white wool (for the body base and eyes) Small handful of light brown wool (for the feet) Small handful of dark brown wool (for the spots and ears) Scrap of black wool (for the spots, nose, and eyes) MAKING THE BODY 1 Set aside two scraps of the white wool for the eyes. Use your hands to roll the remaining white wool into a ball. Then, use the felting needle to poke the wool repeatedly until it becomes an egg shape.
8 Attach some small orange spots to the back for a final touch. MAKING THE LILY PAD 9 On a felting mat or other soft s urface, poke the remaining green wool into the shape of a flat, round pie with a slice missing. 10 Use the light green wool to make as many more lily pads as you like. Make a new friend by creating this simple project that only uses three colors. With a project this easy and fun to do, you could even create a whole family! 2 oz/6 g gray wool (for the mouth) Small handful of black wool (for the nose, eyes, and flippers) MAKING THE BODY 1 Take one-half of the white wool and use your hands to roll it into a ball.
Poke at the base of the eyes to attach them above the nose. MAKING THE FLIPPERS 7 Divide the remaining white wool in half and place on a felting mat or other soft surface. Poke each section of wool into a soft, rectangular shape to create a flipper, leaving the roving loose on one short end. 10 8 Continue shaping the wool until your flippers look like this. Then, take a few strands of black wool and make stripes for claws on each flipper. 9 Poke at the fluffy base of the flippers to smoothly attach them on either side of the face below the nose area.
Woolbuddies: 20 Irresistibly Simple Needle Felting Projects by Jackie Huang