I’m sure you’ve seen the felted rocks or stones around the Internet if you’re into felting. I have tried them on different occasions using a wool batting and then needle felting over the batting. This Liz’s tutorial shows you how to felt right over the stone. I did one over a shiny pebble and left one piece of it sticking out, something similar to a comfort and worry stone. This is a fun felting project for any of us. You can use different colors and mix it up with some different colored veining.  Please check out Liz’s blog and shop and tell her you found her on Craft Gossip Felting. Madeinlowell’s Profile is a must read in her ETSY shop.  Her other tutorial is on making wet felted beads.  Thanks Liz!

I found this tutorial on Liz’s, the “Mill Girl” blog.  Liz is an artist, a Massachusetts native now living in the lovely historical mill town of Lowell. She makes a myriad thing which she sells in her Etsy shop “Made in Lowell”.  Liz will be APPEARING LIVE ON 02/07/2009 Western Avenue Studios Open Studios, Lowell, MA 12pm-5pm

Studio A305 on the 3rd floor, Mill A (The same building as Classic Elite Yarns)

By Linda Lanese




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  1. Liz Smith on January 18, 2009 9:44 am

    Thanks so much for this lovely feature! I am so pleased you find my tutorials helpful :) I plan to add more and more free tutorials in the future.

  2. Bee @ BeeDazzles on January 18, 2009 9:57 am

    Off to check out what this fun tutorial! And I adore Liz’s Etsy shop – MadeInLowell!!

  3. Monica on January 18, 2009 10:02 am

    Great tutorial, thanks for sharing your technique!

  4. DIY: Felting Acrylic « DIY Anthropology on September 15, 2010 8:06 am

    [...] photo has absolutely nothing to do with felting acrylic. I believe the wonderful tutorial that featured this photo was for making wet-felted [...]

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