The art of needle felting is creating something 3D from wool by just stabbing it over and over until it achieves the shape you want. Or something like that. Watch as sculptor Stephanie Metz shows you how she makes her ‘Unnatural History’ teddy bear skulls through fascinating needle felting in the video below.
It's extremely peaceful to watch someone focus in and make something with their bare hands. The process is always beautiful, taking materials such as the beaver felt fabric and molding it into something usable, like a hat. It's almost like seeing art. I don't know why you have set it on fire but it sure looks cool.
This is the work of Jacopo Rosati, who works in felt collage. It feels a lot like the old felt shape toys children play with, but at a much higher level. Anyone else long for some felt and scissors?
Let your fingers take a tour of the fuzzy, felt Enterprise with this crafty quiet book, featuring finger puppets of the Star Trek: The Next Generation crew, a detachable saucer section, and a Locutus of Borg paper doll.
As an Incase product owner I'm pretty used to the idea of my iPad and MacBook cases being simple black and white affairs that perform their jobs well with little fanfare (and a high price).
This chair only appears to have mobile, interlocking plates capable of structural minimization and stylistic transformation. But your ass doesn't need to know.
Can't afford a true vintage Mini Moog? Then how about the Mini-Est Moog—a 5-inch wide version made of felt by Etsy craftser pulsewidth? Have your pet mice been itching to form a synthpop trio?
These French cases for your iPod may look like Domokun, but they're definitely French in origin. The felt cases are handmade, and retail for $40 to $50, but who can put a price on cuteness? Apparently these two French sisters.