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Strin9Theory Posted - 08/27/2008 : 10:59:15 AM
I have some Ballybrae yarn that I want to use for felting. Anyone have any experience felting this? It's marked "100% virgin unscoured wool with natural oils." I am not experienced enough with felting to know if this would work. Any thoughts?

Eve
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Strin9Theory Posted - 08/28/2008 : 05:45:30 AM
Thanks! I got a bunch of it from the thrift shop where my mom volunteers. Not enough to make a garment, but I thought I could felt bags or perhaps bowls!

Eve
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purlthis Posted - 08/27/2008 : 5:11:33 PM
It felts like MAD!

Rachel
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maribelaprn Posted - 08/27/2008 : 3:07:07 PM
A blast from the past. Loved Ballybrae; wish I had more! I can assure you that it felts beautifully, especially if you don't want it to!!! Don't ask how I got my experience. Let's just say that it was years ago and DH recovered from my inflicting injury upon his person nicely.

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