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Dog, Cat needle felting molds question
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Jun 25, 2013 18:19:17   #
MzBarnz (a regular here)
 
Hi All,
The little needle felted animals have caught my attention and I was wondering if anyone might have the molds to make these.
I found a video on Youtube which shows the mold for the dog and there is also one for the cat. If I need to buy the whole kit, I will, but actually, the mold is all I'm looking for. Also wondering if anyone has used cookie cutters as a mold?

Hope the link works.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ozWUTvvwCDM




 
Jun 25, 2013 19:34:41   #
west coast kitty (a regular here)
 
most of the needle felters I know work free hand when creating animals, fairies or other figures; there are execellent books and on-line videos if you'd like to check them out. The head, body and limbs are all created separately and then needled together to join them
Jun 25, 2013 19:43:15   #
MzBarnz (a regular here)
 
Thank you, west coat kitty. I saw a video on the dog and the lady was using a mold. That's more my speed. LOL
west coast kitty wrote:
most of the needle felters I know work free hand when creating animals, fairies or other figures; there are execellent books and on-line videos if you'd like to check them out. The head, body and limbs are all created separately and then needled together to join them
Jun 25, 2013 22:40:16   #
west coast kitty (a regular here)
 
warning - needle felting can become addictive, hope you enjoy it too. If you prefer molds, you can experiment with cookie cutters and see how the proportions work out. Hope to see one of your projects
Jun 26, 2013 07:52:27   #
apette (a regular here)
 
Very cute. One of the comments under the video says they saw the kit at amazon.
Jun 26, 2013 10:19:42   #
MzBarnz (a regular here)
 
Well I broke down and bought the kit. Like I really need a new project! LOL
 
Jun 26, 2013 16:37:30   #
Donnathomp
 
This is amazing. It's the first time I have ever heard of needle felting. You must show us a picture when you are done. Thanks for the link.
Jun 26, 2013 17:26:52   #
misellen (a regular here)
 
I just looked these up on Amazon and OMG I've got to have them. I have to wait till next week but I have added them to my wish list.
Jun 27, 2013 01:50:51   #
ChristmasTree
 
This is really cute. I haven't seen this before. Be sure to post a picture when you make yours!
Jun 29, 2013 08:14:09   #
knitwit29
 
Awesome..love those needle felted animals I see. Can't wait to see your first project..may be something I have to try to..let me know how it goes..!!
 
          
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