Re-usable Jute Felting Bag - NeedleFeltSupply
Re-usable Jute Felting Bag - NeedleFeltSupply
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Re-usable Jute Felting Bag

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This reusable felting bag is made from natural fibres and can be used as a felting surface. This way, you won't poke yourself, or break your needle!

To use it as a felting block, just fill the bag with 5 cups of dried lentil or rice(not included) and zip it closed.

Why replace foam blocks over and over if you can buy a reusable felting bag for your needle felting arts? Save the earth while creating curious creations!

 

What is Needle Felting?

Needle felting involves using a sharp barbed needle to sculpt and shape wool roving into 3D shapes. You can create animals, landscapes, food, or even masks or clothing.  Many people we’ve taught to felt at workshops at schools, libraries and event comment on how easy and stress relieving it is! A little stabbing can really get the stress out; hence why teachers seem to love felting so much!

Wool is used in knitting, weaving, crocheting and even wet felting, and has been for year.  However, the phenomenon of needle felting is new. The invention of the industrial felting machine inspired someone, somewhere to remove a single needle from the machine and use it to sculpt.

In needle felting, it is best to use wool that catches easily on felting needles. All of the Magic Trout Imaginarium’s felting kits use Corriedale wool. Our wool is sustainable sourced wool from Ashford in New Zealand, colored with natural non toxic dyes.

Once you learn the art of felting you can move onto 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 not convinced? Read about why wool is so awesome here