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Wednesday, 18 August 2010

Miniature wet felting.



Decided to have a go, and see if wet felting in miniature is possible... yey, it is, lol!!! These are blankets (witch style).
The green one measures 21cm x 16cm. I don't have a 1:12 bed so it's kind of been a guessing game with size. I've made them both so the top ends can be folded over.
The orange spiderweb blanket measures 20cm x 15cm.
They are both ever so soft, fold well and i think will make lovely items for my etsy shop.
Just got to think up other ideas and colours etc, maybe some pillows too.
I love felting and minis, so being able to combine the two is brilliant!

What do you think of the size?

Photos taken under bad lighting. Will replace the pic with a better one in the morning.
Lord have you seen the time? Should get to bed, lol.





If you are wondering how i made these then refer back to previous wet felting posts.

16 comments:

  1. Nikki these are amazing!!! They just look soooo warm and cozy!

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  2. They look so cozy! Love the colours and patterns!:)

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  3. Parecen muy calentitas. ¡Bien por tus experimentos!
    Besos Clara.

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  4. I have a patchwork quilt for a 1/12th bed that measures about 15.1cm x 12.4cm but it is only for the upper side of the bed (does not "hang" to the four sides)
    Well this is for sure my worst English but I do not how to explain better...LOL

    I love your blankets, is you to mix both hobbies...I am thinking on the same about some techniques that I use in my necklaces... :)

    Today is my third dy of summer holiday...Yepeee!! :) :)
    Un beso my dear

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  5. I love these Nikki they are great. Have you thought of adding bits of other fibres to the felt or doing a mini nuno felted blanket. I was up too but researching boring stuff LOL.

    Lorra Luffies

    Debie xxxxxxxxx

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  6. This is a fab idea Nikki to combine your hobbies and I love them both. I think little mini pillows would make them the perfect sets . My witches both have beds in need of bedding so Ill definatly be keeping my eyes out for your felting bedsets!! Kate xxx

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  7. They are wonderfull, I think they will be sold in no time! Funny you can have both your favourite hobby's in one now

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  8. Woo hoo! I love these! You could do then in all sorts of colours too! Dark red and bright red too and even dark and mixed muted colours which I am a lover of. :o))

    Michelle xxx

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  9. Looking good. What about cushions and rugs too? I don't know how flexible the material is but shoes, cloaks and bags come to mind.
    Impossible to buy cloaks.
    Oh and don't forget hats!!

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  10. Ooh..cloaks would be nice. I've discovered that almost anyting that can be done BIG can be done little. Nice job on these blankies!

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  11. I love these blankies I just wish I was small enough to sleep in them :-)

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    Rianne XXX

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  14. These are great! Love the spiderweb one a lot :)
    I found this link to an etsy shop today and thought you could perhaps try felting flowers because you are very talented at felting, and might enjoy it!
    http://www.etsy.com/listing/41963911/set-of-felt-and-nunofelt-flowers

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