How To Needle Felt: Studio 5 Appearance

January 14th, 2011

Today Kris had the opportunity to appear on NBC KSL-5 Studio 5 program. She shared with host, Brooke Walker, the techniques of needle felting! And what a fun day it was! We actually made it through without poked fingers! (It was the nightmare dream I had the night before the show!)

Watch below to see how the basic felted bead is made and how it can be turned into some beautiful jewelery!

And just for fun, here are a few pictures from our day! First off, it’s Kris with her laundry basket!

We were also lucky enough to have our sister-in-law and nieces and nephew come see us from California! What a wonderful visit we had and we look forward to a great weekend with them as well!  (And yes, those cute little ones are twins!)

And finally, here are a few more up-close photos of some of the projects we displayed on the table today. Enjoy!

So…what do you think? Is there a particular needle felting project you’d like to try? Do you have any questions regarding needle felting that you’d like to learn more about? Let us know below and we’ll be happy to help answer!

It’s a new year…how about trying something new with needle felting? You might just surprise yourself!

Have a wonderful weekend friends!

-Kris and Kim

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  • Connie T
    January 14, 2011 at 3:55 pm
    #1

    Ok I have to say….Kris you are “ROCKIN” that laundry basket!! lol

    Oh…I just want to get out my Needle Felting Machine that I have had now for several years and JUST play…..that would be my 2011 new Felting thing I want to do…

  • January 15, 2011 at 10:08 pm
    #2

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  • January 15, 2011 at 11:35 pm
    #3

    I always wanted to do this craft but thought it was to hard. Now seeing your demonstration I can’t wait to make something. Do you have a demonstration for the silk looking roses on the necklace or instructions on you can make this site. They are so pretty. btw I love both sites youcanmakethis.com and swakembroidery.com Do you do any craft projects using the cricket? You girls rock! Thanks, Debbie

  • joanna collins
    January 18, 2011 at 10:45 pm
    #4

    Love your stuff. What is the thread that you use to make the necklace?
    Thanks.

  • kathy
    January 19, 2011 at 10:13 pm
    #5

    the fuschia scarf! I like it! did you make it? if now where did you buy it? Curious mind wants to know…

  • haley
    January 20, 2011 at 3:09 am
    #6

    Hi! i really like this craft and i am excited to try it! today i went to Roberts, Micheals, and Joans and they did not have any of the supplies needed…where could i buy it?

  • Elaine Allen
    January 21, 2011 at 5:13 pm
    #7

    After watching the video I think I may give this a try. I love how the beads turned out and I really loved those sweet little birds.

    Elaine Allen

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