A mini felting kit and course bundle is a great way to test out if felting is for you! It's an affordable way to test the waters with felting and has everything you need to start your new hobby!
The Mini Felting Kit and Course Bundle includes:
- 50 g of a selection of colorful wool
- 3 felting needles
- a re-usable jute felting bag(fill with 3-5 cups of dried lentils or beans)
- a Mini Learn to Felt Course where you will learn everything you need to get started.
Great for Teachers
This felting kit and course bundle is great for teachers testing the waters with felting!
Try out this new hobby yourself before trying it with your class. Did you know? All our classroom sized felting kits come with free lesson plans as well as a felting course to felting along with your students!
Learn more about why Teachers love felting in the classroom and how to get free wool!
"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
What is Felting?
There are 2 main types of felting: needle felting and wet felting.
Needle Felting is an art form that involves using a barbed felting need to shape 2D or 3D shapes. It's basically sculpting with wool! You'll learn to needle felting in our felting course included in this bundle!
Learn more about how needle felting works.
Concerned about safety of felting needles? Try wet felting!
Wet felting is another felting method that doesn't involve needles to shape the wool. Instead wet felting uses soap water and agitation to matte fibres to create 2D or 3D shapes.
Wool is Environmentally Friendly
All of the Magic Trout Imaginarium’s felting kits use Corriedale wool. Our wool is sustainably sourced wool from Ashford in New Zealand, colored with natural non-toxic dyes.
Once you learn the art of felting you can move on to creating your own wonderous wool creations. Check out our blog for tutorials as well as our gallery to see all the fun projects you could create with wool! We also have a Youtube channel, Instagram and Pinterest
Still want more info? Learn why wool is so awesome here