fanciful feltmaking – win it!

Hooray for another awesome giveaway!

We love to share the terrific product that come across our desks with our crafty readers. Today we are sharing TWO chances to win the fabulous felting instructional book featured below!

feltmaking cover

Carnival of Feltmaking: Easy Techniques and 26 Colorful Projects for You and Your Home

By Jillian Harris, St. Martin’s Press

In this fanciful follow-up to her successful Complete Feltmaking, Harris provides an assortment of felt projects that evoke the colorful, fancy-free atmosphere of a carnival. You can create everything from accessories to home items, like a cowl-like scarf with a fabulous floral design, a tropical-inspired knitting needle case, a rose-trimmed evening bag, or an eight-panel lampshade filled with felted flowers and ribbons.

New to felt? No worries. This book contains an overview of equipment and materials, along with step-by-step breakdowns with detailed, close-up photographs of all the techniques featured, including wet felting, 3D felting, needle felting, fine cobweb felting, and more.

Harris’ exuberant personality shines through in her designs, and you won’t be able to stop yourself from wanting to create them.

felted baskets

Anxious for springtime blossoms? Create these variegated vintage flower baskets to hold your potted plants!

To enter your name in our giveaway, simply leave us a “pick me!”comment. We will be selecting 2 lucky winners at the start of our workday February 19. Stop back then to see if you won! Good luck!

felted handbag

Gradient color and beautiful dimensional roses make this handbag an ultimate accessory!

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75 thoughts on “fanciful feltmaking – win it!

  1. PICK ME!!!! I love working with old sweaters that are felted…I make slippers mittens and doll clothing…Looks like this book would be wonderful!!!! thanks

  2. Looks like a fun book! I could really use some inspiration for my stack of felt just waiting to be used up. Pick me, please! 🙂

  3. Would love to win this book. The photos of the felt items are so unique and pretty and I’d love to know how to gradiate the felt.

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