Sunday, November 25, 2012

Sunday morning felting

Sunday morning projects.  PJ's and felting.  Coffee and muffins.  I love weekend mornings like this.

The kids wanted to make a felted picture.

Sometimes they like to free-hand their felting but today they asked me to draw something for them to "color".  Using a Sharpie, I drew simple pictures on a piece of wool blend felt for them to fill in.

They know to keep their fingers far away from the needle and to go slow, but they still require lots of reminders.  There were a couple of finger jabs for the boys but my youngest, who gets more felting time than they do, remained poke-free.

I love seeing the colors they chose and how much work they decided to put into their pieces.  I also thought it was interesting that Avery's bird looked so much like a Painted Bunting, even though he had never seen one before.

I hope you're having a relaxing Sunday too.


joanie said...

These are treasures. I love the colours of A's bird too. Lucky kiddos. Lucky mama.

Allisunny S. said...

Look at that morning hair - love it so much!! I am coveting all those colors, oh lady.... :)


Sonia / COZY MEMORIES said...

Such a great way to start a day ! Love that they were so much into it !
And your organized wall makes me want to go touch it !

tessa said...

How did you have that set up? I'm new to felting - was that a wooden or foam block they were felting on? The felt didn't look wet or soapy but maybe I just didn't see it. This looks so fun and I'd love to try it with my kids!

Lisa at lil fish studios said...

Thank you so much, ladies!

tessa - they're using felting needles and foam blocks on this project. It's hard to see in the photos but they're using the needles to jab the wool into the felt base.

I have done wet-felting with them as well though. That post is here:
both projects were a lot of fun. Hope that helps.

Margie Oomen said...

that looks like my kind of sunday.
much love to you and your family

Dawn Suzette said...

Looks like a wonderful way to start a Sunday... They did choose great colors. How fun to have such a selection to choose from!

Erin said...

How sweet!! The children are so small yet look so focused! The outcome is just gorgeous too!!


Related Posts with Thumbnails