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Needle Felted Bee Brooch Gift Card

Needle Felted Bee Brooch Gift Card

Our mini needle felting kits make the perfect introduction to the handmade art of needle felting. They're an ideal way to switch off and make something beautiful with your hands. Here we've pinned one onto a card to make the perfect gift for someone special...
by Stephanie Carswell
Needle Felted Brussel Sprout Tutorial

Needle Felted Brussel Sprout Tutorial

Whether you love them or hate them, needle felted sprouts are seriously cute and a fun way for beginners to get familiar with simple needle felting techniques. Our step-by-step guide will show you all you need to know about how to make these adorable characters.
by Stephanie Carswell
Needle Felted Rudolph Tree Decoration

Needle Felted Rudolph Tree Decoration

If you're looking for creative ideas to make for your Christmas tree then why not try  this pretty tree bauble using one of the Hawthorn Handmade 4-inch embroidery hoops and Rudolph Brooch Needle Felting Kit!
by Stephanie Carswell
Needle Felted Brooch Gift Card Project

Needle Felted Brooch Gift Card Project

If you’re looking to start needle felting and love making cards, then why not combine the two and make a card with a removable gift on the front!

Our cute needle felted brooch kits are the perfect size to fit onto a card and make a great first needle felting project to help build your confidence. Here’s how we made our festive foxy Gift Card.
by Stephanie Carswell
How to make a needle felted bead bracelet

How to make a needle felted bead bracelet

If you're a beginner to needle felting or a lover of handmade jewellery, then this tutorial is the perfect way to learn this fun soft craft, or if you already needle felt, then this is a great way to use up left over wool.

Needle felting uses barbed needles to compact and sculpt wool into shapes. The basic technique involves stabbing the felting needle into the wool multiple times, shaping it as you go, an ideal way to get rid of stress and find mindfulness.

by Stephanie Carswell