But, thankfully the wool is really forgiving, so I'd say just start poking and have fun!
Thank you SO much Nicole! I guess I could have looked around Permies and found the thread on felting. I appreciate all the links. Your work is adorable. I fell in love with the felted fox the moment I saw that class posted locally, and swooned at the pumpkins(I was away for that class). When I saw all your felted creations, I thought why don't I ask an expert and just do it?
My favorite line "just start poking away"!! Not too many crafts you get to say that.
I like to make lemoncello to give for the holidays, ever since we had it in Italy 20 years ago.
I took a basket weaving class a few months ago(held in a lighthouse!) and made a lovely market basket. I really liked the material, and the process. The wine basket class is this Saturday (back to the lighthouse at the Tuckerton Seaport). I will also be learning how to make a wine cork Christmas tree (county offered), a woven reindeer, and a fused glass night light. There is a super artist supportive shop in Bay Head, who holds fused glass, mosaic, painting and metal smithing classes. It's a fun night with my girlfriends, and I get to go home with something I made, to keep or gift. The fused glass work is very forgiving! I made a bowl, two ornaments, and a sun catcher. Thanks for letting me brag!