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How to Make a Felted Rose Hair Clip


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This tutorial takes you step by step through wet felting a rose (the same one on the cover), including how to attach the hair clip. These techniques can also be used to create other kinds of flowers. This rose is made directly from unspun, carded wool using the wet felting process. There is no knitting involved. This project is written for any skill level (including beginners), and there's something for everyone in it, including easier variations. This tutorial took countless hours to write, photograph, and edit. It contains copyrighted material and may not be duplicated without consent of the author. You may sell your roses! Just do not share or sell my instructions or use any of my photos. Thank you. PDF file is 9.7 MB Contains over 215 photos, plus an easy to use printable pattern. 49 pages BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY basic sewing skills (sew a button) SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS Approximately 4"x4"x2"

Supplies Needed

  • 50 grams of red 100% wool roving (different shades of red)
  • (optional) 1-2 grams of silk throwsters or silk roving or other decorative fibers
  • towels

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Felting Made Easy
Felting Made Easy
I have been an artist all my life. After learning of its existence in 2007, I became fascinated with felting. Like all my hobbies, I dove in head first and wanted to know everything there was to know about it. I spent so much time in my local wool store that I became friends with everyone who worked there. Less than a year later, I was teaching classes and sharing my passion with beginners. I am still teaching to this day. I pride myself on my teaching style, which is casual and entertaining, but very detailed. Over my years of teaching, I have learned the most common questions and mistakes that students make on different projects, and how to guide them to success. In 2012 I wrote my first online tutorial in preparation for publishing a book. My plan is to write a collection of tutorials, and then choose the most popular to be projects in my book (not published yet). Each tutorial takes a couple of months to photograph, write and edit in my spare time. I am really looking forward to more.