Enter to Win Free Craft Felt!

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  1. First, Jennifer, I just finished listening to the podcast with Jen and *loved* it! You always have just the right blend of asking questions to keep people on the subject but still letting people go off track a little for interesting tid bits. I found the whole flickr subject pretty interesting. I really don’t post there as much as I should I guess.

    I love working with felt (although I’ve just been using the cheapie stuff due to *ahem* budgetary constraints…heh-heh).

    I have a couple of tutorials here for:

    Felt flowers:


    Embroidery on felt:


    Would love to try them with some of the good stuff!


    PS I’m a republican…and I’m not going anywhere…heh-heh

  2. Sherri I says:

    I would love this felt to make buttons and ladybugs!

  3. Trenna says:

    I love felt!! I made and adorable quiet book for my grandbabies, embroidering something different on each page, I have made Christmas ornaments and scissors holders and Ipod cases and list goes on and on. All of these are just for fun or cute gifts. I would to have a wider variety of colors to choose from.

  4. ellen says:

    Many years ago I made a felt storyboard for my daughter, and I’d lov to make a couple for my grandchildren for Christmas this year. They are a lot of fun and NOT NOISY!

  5. Nan says:

    I have not use wool felt before, but I have read that it can be use as a substitute for batting when making children’s quilt for donation. I got this information from a website called “Care Wear Volunteers”. So I hope that I will be able to do that soon.

  6. Lora says:

    I’d love to win the felt! I’ve been wanting to try making some felt flowers. BTW, I really enjoyed the interview with Jen!

  7. Tora Consolo says:

    Wow perfect timing to start making some holiday presents while relaxing on the patio! Love the idea of a storyboard for my grandkids.

  8. Rene says:

    I went toa large craft show last weekend and found a beautiful pattern that I’d never seen before. Here’s her web site
    I really wish I’d bought the miniature shoes!! I realise she uses wool felt but I’m sure I’d “manage” with craft felt!!

  9. Teri says:

    I really enjoyed this episode. I found Jen’s pincushion tutorial a couple of years ago so I was pleased to hear her interview. She’s a busy lady!

    I use craft felt to make puppets and flowers. I also used it last year to make pockets for crochet hook rolls I had my kids class make from roving they wet felted. It also came in handy when I was decorating a pincushion I made from a felted sweater.

  10. Louise says:

    Thanks for another great episode :) I have yet to find a decent craft felt in Australia that doesn’t cost a fortune, I am always so jealous of the range of materials you guys have!

  11. philipa Core says:

    I have made lots of things from felt over the year…. finger puppets, felt board story characters. I have used it in various craft projects with my Sunday school class, preschool school classes, my Religion classes….. peg doll clothes…. nothing too fancy but all good stuff. I have also done some applique with it. Last year my kids made those chickens that squark which you had on your blog and we used the felt for beaks.

  12. tamara says:

    I’ve made a few things over the years with felt but one of my favorites is this one:

  13. -Candi Wesaw says:

    I make all kinds of crafts, and thinking about felt, I remembered that I made some bags out of felt awhile back…I think there are some samples posted on my page.

    -Candi Wesaw
    p.s. It was a pleasure chatting with you at the FSAM last week!

  14. Juliann says:

    I’ve been following Jen’s work for years b/c of her SCA website and work so it was a pleasure to hear her voice in your interview! It was an entertaining and lively show, quite lovely.

    My favourite felt projects tend to be cat toys because my kitty likes them so much. Pompoms, stuffed fish, all sorts of little things :)

  15. Lauren says:

    I loved listening to this podcast and learning more about Jen’s pincushions!

    Felt is so much fun and it is great creating with felt! Right now, I am covering the backs of my needlepoint creations with felt for my video game magnets & patches (pics are at my Etsy page). Felt is just so versatile!

    My favorite project that I’ve ever made with felt has to be my felt sushi food set. I made a whole bunch of plushy sushi rolls out of felt, complete with felt wasabi and felt ginger. I made a little box for them from felt & paired it with some chopsticks! A great little set of felt goodies – our favorite food!

  16. JayeL says:

    I am the queen of felt costumes. No raveling! My son has a cape that we have modified three times and he has worn it for different costumes and occasions. I also made him a costume he called Lil Dragon Dude out of white felt. I sewed a paint stick in the tail to make it stick up. I have also made stockings in the past. I am planning on making card holders in the shape of Santa for Christmas gifts.

  17. Jackie Varnell says:

    I work in a cancer center and I find crafting is a favorite of most of the patients. One sweet lady asked to will her felt patterns to me 2 days before she died. I will always treasure that and vow to always spread the joy of crafting to every one. Sometimes in the summer the grass looks like green felt so for this month I am going to work with green felt and remember my little firend of years ago.

  18. April says:

    I love felt projects. I love to do appliques on felt. I am gathering felt right now to do a felt asian inspired wall hanging. I have been drawing out a simple asian “picture” I want to replicate on felt and with felt to place above our platform bed.

  19. I started making little felt hair clips back in march when my little girls hair had started getting in her eyes. I found i loved working with felt an now i just cant stop.


  20. Fernitajelita says:

    I loooove felt,we can create everything we want and it’s colorful,btw can I get store who sell felt with good quality..thanks 4 the info

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