beautiful collection in shades of green, purples and fuchsias, great for cactus projects, floral projects, making felt flowers,
Succulent collection includes 1 of each color:
leap frog green Jade green Mermaid Mint Plum Perfect Lavender Farm Razzle Dazzle Orchid in Bloom Normandy Gulf stream Pine Needle
Wool felt is combination of Merino wool/rayon 20-30% wool/80-70% rayon. When it comes to you it will look like craft felt. If you are looking for more of a felted look then wash your felt as below. Felt cut from sheets/bolts, I try as hard as I can to maintain square sheets but may be off 1/4" inch each direction, not responsible for color variations on computers, I do my best to take accurate pictures. don't know what to do with felt? follow my blog simplylovelythings.com I'm working hard to come up with some great ideas for your home, holidays and family!
multiple orders will have combined shipping and refund overages at time of processing
To create the Sherpa look: Wet Wool Felt completely in a sink or basin. Do not rub or agitate. Wet each color separately (some dye may be released into the water - this is normal). Squeeze by hand to remove as much water as possible. Avoid wringing as it may stretch the material. Place in a standard tumble clothes dryer on regular setting until Wool Felt is nearly dry (approximately 35 minutes). Do not over dry. Dry light colors separately from darker colors. Colors may change slightly during drying process. Lay flat to dry completely, smoothing fabric gently by hand. Large wrinkles may be removed by using a light steam iron held just above the surface of the fabric. Return felt to its original form by pressing with a steam iron. Results may vary. Across a 36" wide swatch, there may be a loss of 2-4 inches. In length, the fabric may lose 3-5 inches per yard. To avoid future shrinkage upon completion, dry cleaning is recommended.