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sorry! I didn’t realize this section was open to public, so I’ll answer your question in the “Workshop Participants” section.
I like this technique. It was easy for my arthritic fingers. Discovering small felted shapes are a fun way to work on finger dexterity/strength. Love these little plants. Thanks Chantal😊
Looks just like mine:) Did you like this technique? It goes so much faster, all you have to do is play with the template to create all sorts of lovelies.
The rectangular layout - version#2 Disorderly, using tickle fingers😊
Val I would encourage you to work the tips of each individual leaf a bit more by rolling them between your fingers. That's if you want to sharpen the look, as felt can be floppy and fuzzy, but does not have to be:)
Please do. We can always felt some more, but can't felt less, so not a bad idea to do it in stages. Letting the wool rest, as in drying in between stages, makes for easier felting/fulling.
My first little plant in centre is fuzzy and floppy. Will do more fulling on next one.
Great instructions! Here are my two forever plant creations that I have made so far: