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jen6265 Posted - 12/03/2008 : 07:01:38 AM
I just finished a felted wooly lamb that I made from scrap wool from my ram that made it past the skirting table, but not into my yarn. For the base I used the stuff that came off the flick carder. The cover wool was britch wool that was too coarse for yarn. The locks came from his back which has very tight coils, that I could have carded, but as I was carding them I thought, man these would look cool on a little felted lamb! And they did! His photo is on my etsy site:

http://jen6265.etsy.com

Also, I have a great contact for needlefelting supplies, she doesn't have a web site that I know of, but if you email her with what you need, she is really helpful (and inexpensive).
Here is her contact info: Jen Setser, jensetser@yahoo.com

Thanks!


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