Sunday, May 15, 2011

Felt Week: Links (and a giveaway extension!)


Felt Week

Felt Week is coming to an end. We hope you enjoyed it as much as we did, and have "felt" inspired! What has been your favorite part of Felt Week? Let us know in the comments, we'd love to hear from you!

The timing of Blogger's technical issues was unfortunate to say the least. We're still working on restoring 3 posts (Little Birdie, Tutorial: Needle Felted Strawberry and Focus on Betz White) and hope they'll be back up soon. We'll keep the Felt Week archives listed in the sidebar for a while, for easy access.

Since the Blogger problems interrupted our giveaway, we're keeping it open a few more days. We'll close the comments on Tuesday 5/17 5PM PST and announce the winner then. Go enter here for a chance to win an amazing felt bundle and needle-felting kit from A Child's Dream as well as a spring doll from Rainbow River Designs!

Please visit us next week, as we'll be hosting a raffle to benefit our tornado-ravaged southern states. Some very exciting prizes have been donated!

To close out Felt Week, here are a bunch of fun and useful links about everything Felt:

Felted Finger Puppets (Whip Up)

Giant list of felt food tutorials (Crafty Crow)

How to Hand Sew Felt (Futuregirl)

Woodland Pinecones via Twig & Thistle

Butterfly Mobile from Bugs and Fishes by Lupin

Quick and easy Tissue Pouches from Martha Stewart (embellished version here)

Felt Ball Trivets by Molly at The Purl Bee

Felt and linen rose pillow from Jilly Bean Crafts

Felt tutorial list on the Felt-o-Rama blog

Reclaimed felt heart garland by Love From Chloe

Jenny's Pinterest board all about Felt, constantly growing with beautiful new images!

Do you have some fun felt links to share? Please leave a comment and let us know! And if you make a project inspired by Felt Week, show and tell in our Flickr pool, we'd love to see.

1 comment:

  1. i really enjoyed seeing all the focus artists! i love how felt work lends itself to nature inspired projects!
    Im in love with Melissa Crowes work!!


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