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    Felted scarf.

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    Just because I can never learn too much! I tried my hand at wet felting this weekend. I wanted to make a full jacket, but then I reminded myself that I usually bite off a bigger project than I probably should, so I went for a scarf instead. Here it is! I love the color. This came from my older gentler Alpaca named Carmelo. It's so cool to work with all natural products and create something.










    I thought about adding embellishments but it's a gift for my MIL and she saw it yesterday. When I mentioned it she said she liked it like that. So that's what she's getting for Christmas! LOL.
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    That is pretty cool!
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    I saw this on Facebook! How do you do it?!
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    I followed a FB tutorial on the technique.

    Basically, I laid out the fiber into the shape. Layering each in the opposite direction, horizontal and vertical. Then I took hot soapy water and slowly soaked and agitated the fiber together. Wrapped the bubble paper around the whole thing and rolled it onto a dowel. Then rolled and rolled and rolled and rolled. LOL. Then opened it to check and see how it was going, then rolled a ton more. Then laid it out to dry. It took awhile, but it was so easy! And I like the way it turned out.

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