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More like this: felted soap, felted wool and nuno felting.

Fiber - FELT... upcycle wool...

Needle felting... Wet work... Nuno silk... For felt in small ornaments see "FLOWERS" board; see also the "JEWELRY - Fiber" board

[Looks like the bag is only sold in Japan]

Chunky-knit cashmere and wool-blend sweater.

Turn an old sweater into a stylish Felted Knitting Basket -- great kitty basket, too.

Orange and Black Starburst

great tutorial on how to cut and reuse knit sweaters

The ideal craft when you're feeling stabby! A heartfelt appreciation of the joys of NEEDLE FELTING by Jess -- "I could go around stabbing stuff all day, but it wouldn't produce cute animals. I could craft some cute animals, but I wouldn’t get to stab anything. Needle felting offers the best of both worlds!" No wonder that all her friends hurried to Michaels after she explained.

inspiration for updating or upcycling sweaters!

Salley Mavor: felt warbler tutorial

Flowers - Felt

from "Filz Experiment" - Experimenting with Felt -- Annette Quentin-Stoll, Robert Quentin This link has an ENGLISH option. Several books of wonderful stuff at the link

STONE THROW pillow cover by Miasole on Etsy: 19” x 14” freeform shape with an invisible zipper (opening is large enough to fit hand in)' Airbrush and other painting techniques are used to mimic the color and texture of stone, made out of cotton/poly blend sweatshirt knit


Flickr Pool -- Things Made from Recycled Sweaters

Felted Wool Cat Bed Grey | Cat Beds

Folded Purse - This pattern is available as a free Ravelry download. The sides of this purse fold down when closed to keep your money safe but you can open them up to find the coins you want. The finished purse measures about 10 cm x 10 cm. Use felt, too, or batik fabric scraps with interfacin.g

Adventures in Dressmaking: cashmere or angora sweater-into-infinity-scarf-tutorial. She uses a thin, luxury-fiber sweater, uses the big pieces including sleeves (some DIY posts use only the tube that covered the chest). She also stitches the raw edges together and turns and presses to make a double-thick scarf. So, best suited to thin/drapey knits. Good stuff.

embroidered felted mittens

After knitting a scarf in garter stitch with Kauni’s 140Effektgarn, 1marylou added wooden beads of various sizes for resists. After felting, she removed the wooden beads, and cut out random tops of the individual sculptures. The frayed edges and openings add depth to the felted textile. The randomness of resistance paired with the openness of the piece invites the admirer to look beneath the surface.