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Needle felting Long animal fur; video tutorial

Would you like to learn techniques and tips for creating a detailed long fur look on your needle felted animal?

‘In this full length (1.5 hour) diary-style tutorial, I demonstrate how to add layers of wool to a miniature donkey. These techniques can be adapted for any long furred animal. Join me on my journey from preparation to finish; starting with carefully ‘needle brushed’ leg fibres, then fluffy tummy and long textured back fur. You will also see how I create a middle parting on the donkey’s muzzle, add a long fluffy fringe and a beautiful flowing mane.’

Watch the preview below

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The full length video tutorial is available to buy for just £3.75.

(Watch live multiple times or download it- it’s up to you!)


Woodland animals picture book 

An enchanting picture book of my needle felted woodland animals. In this video you’ll meet beautifully handmade one of a kind characters; badger, fox, bunnies, hare and squirrel. Soundtrack is ‘Maid with the Flaxen hair’ by Richard Stolzman.

Needle felting techniques – tiny toes

Would you like to learn some basic techniques for needle felting tiny toes/feet/hands?  Here I demonstrate one of my techniques for making toes by wrapping wool over wire. I also prepare them ready to attach onto an animal called a solenodon (a strange shrew-like creature with a long tail and venomous bite). This quick 11 min tutorial is easy to follow step by step.

Come back for more as I hope to post some more tutorials on here soon! 🙂


2 responses »

  1. I want to buy the long hair tutorial video, but it wont let me. how to I pay for it?



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