A closeup of a teachers hands one hand holding wool and the other using a barbed felting needle to needle felt a teal colored monster

What is Needle Felting?

Needle Felting is the Process of using a barbed needle to poke and tangle wool fibres to create 3D shapes.

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What is Wet Felting?

Worried about needles? This form of felting is safer! Massage wool with soap and water to matte fibres to create thin sheets of wool.

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Happy Teacher Testimonials

I didn’t realize it at the time, but felting changed the way I approach teaching and I’m really excited now to try new things

Nicole SD41

"Thank you so much that was so much fun. The time just flew by and I am relaxed, what could be better! You are so creative with felting I loved seeing all your creations."

Cathy Gordon Career Coordinator SD46

Fantastic Workshop! I love how they incorporated the growth mindset into making! I came struggling with confidence regarding the idea of the project and left with a fun, completed project! Thank You!

Sarah SD38

Just wanted to say ‘thank you’ for a really fun felting workshop today!  It was EXACTLY what so many of us needed  I’ve always wanted to know how to do it, and now I do! You made a lot of peoples’ days!

Kaia SD46

Great Ideas, simple and lots of room to modify and customize projects for different groups

Anonymous Teacher SD60

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