About the kit
Every needle felting kit contains all you need to get you started on your creative journey; detailed tutorial and instructions, size guide and dozens of photographs guide you step by addictive step.
No tricky patterns. No sewing. No wires. No expensive fancy equipment.
You don’t have to be artistic or even creative and all you need is enthusiasm and good instruction and guidance.
You will receive a beautifully presented A4 box with everything you need to make your own needle felted animal.
- Dozens of step by step photographs and detailed instructions plus YouTube tutorials
- Size guide
- All required wool: Jacob, Shetland and Blue Faced Leicester
- Two felting needles and container
- Needle and thread for eyes in a mini sewing kit
- Quality foam felting pad
- All wool and suppliers are British and the height of the sheep illustrated is approx. 12cm
If buying more than one kit don’t miss the special offer. There are so many animal kits to choose from and the hardest part will be deciding what you want.
Every Lincolnshire Fenn Crafts wool felting kit and item is designed, made and dispatched from my Lincolnshire Home studio.
Posted via Royal Mail first class tracked.
DELIVERY TIMES FOR INTERNATIONAL CUSTOMERS:
The current average is 7/10 days but this does vary.
This is not a toy. Due to small parts and sharp needles it is not suitable for young children. Please keep out of reach of children and pets.
About Highlnd Colours
“My business is ‘Highland Colours’ and my name is Sarah Matthess.
As a fibre artist I try to use locally grown wool and dye plants in most of my items. Some of those plants are collected from surrounding areas, and some, like madder, coreopsis woad and weld, I grow in my own garden.Handspun from super soft, ringlets from Bluefaced Leicester fleece, that was grown in Northern Ireland.
This was superb fibre. Silky soft, and lovely ringlets, which I have tried to retain as much as I can in this corespun yarn. Overplied with commercially spun cobweb fine silk.
I first dyed part of these skeins with buckthorn bark to give a lovely clear yellow, and then over dyed with indigo. Indigo is a really magical dye, that reacts to oxygen as the skein is drawn out of the dye pot, and as it does, it turns blue. I have a variety of blues in these skeins as I re-dipped part of them to deepen the shade in places. Where the indigo over-dyed the buckthorn, it has turned sea-green-blue. So there are a lot of shades in each skein.
.” Sarah. Highland Colours