Tuesday, June 2, 2009

How-to-Felt Video :: Felted Acorn Ornaments

How-to Felting Video © Kim Buchheit
Wildly Woolly's on YouTube with our first video tutorial! Feedback welcome ;)
Update: Here's a new time-saving tip I discovered that's not in the video. While visiting my Facebook page, please consider liking Wildly Woolly to continue learning along with me about all things wool... thanks!

11 comments:

ela said...

Great idea!
Thanks für the tutorial!
ela

oobbles said...

Wow, thanks for the tutorial! You did a nice job! I knew the basic idea behind it, but I liked how you gave reasoning for combining needle and wet felting.

FELT 4U said...

Enjoyed that. Thanks. Check out our Rust Dye video.http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5-Kna_l6wqA

dawt said...

Thank you for sharing the felting how-to, I appreciate it. I've done very little of this because of a lack of time, but I look forward to freeing up some of it and trying my hand at the little acorns, they're adorable!

Abbie said...

What an absolutely wonderful tutorial video! Your voice is so calming to listen to. Very nice! thank you for sharing..
xoxo~
Abbie

michelle@somedaycrafts said...

I'm including this in a post at somedaycrafts.blogspot.com

Cyndi said...

Received my first felting needle for Christmas and am eagerly awaiting to get the supplies to start. This tutorial was very helpful. The acorns are very cute!

Zill.y said...

Kim, thank you so much for the tutorial.

I'm all with Abbie.

We look forward to get our hands wet and create.

Best, zill.y ~

Mike or Kim Buchheit said...

thank you for all the nice posts! i love being able to share information with others that inspires creativity... can't wait to see what you all make!

dragonswing said...

Too bad the video is labeled "private" and
therefore not viewable.
I would have liked to
see the directions.

Kim Buchheit said...

dear dragonswing... i didn't realize that the setting was set to "private" excluding viewers. i've since changed that setting so you should be able to view it now. so sorry for the inconvenience.