5 Tips For Beginners

I have been teaching beginning and intermediate level needle felting workshops

In most of my classes, I see my students stab at the wool very slowly and deliberately. This is fine as you get the feel for using the needle, but in order to make progress and in order to actually get the wool to felt together, a faster stabbing motion is necessary. I like to say, "Stab, stab, stab, turn!" during class (see GIF -->)

1. Stab Quickly 

2. Roll Tightly 

I get my needles from Purple Moose Felting on Etsy. Click HERE for a link to the shop, which is also where this image came from. They do a great job explaining the different kinds of needles.

3. Use References Generously

I get my needles from Purple Moose Felting on Etsy. Click HERE for a link to the shop, which is also where this image came from. They do a great job explaining the different kinds of needles.

4. Approach Confidently

I get my needles from Purple Moose Felting on Etsy. Click HERE for a link to the shop, which is also where this image came from. They do a great job explaining the different kinds of needles.

5. Practice Safely

I get my needles from Purple Moose Felting on Etsy. Click HERE for a link to the shop, which is also where this image came from. They do a great job explaining the different kinds of needles.

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