You must enter on the Gourmet Felt blog, not here!  Would you like to win some Free wool of your choice, 2 premium felting needles, and some cute “Hello kitty” noses with washers? ($20 value for all) These felting needles are Gerry’s favorite by far! They are very comfy with the soft rubber tip so they don’t dig into your fingers! The #38 star is medium with extra barbs on it for fast detailing! The #40 is for fine fiber like merino and it leaves smaller holes in the surface. You’ll love them as she does! The “Hello Kitty” noses are 6 different sizes! All you have to do is tell Gerry the best tip that has really helped in your needle felting adventure! Leave the tip in a comment with your wool choice at Gourmet Felt! Winner gets all!!

By Linda Lanese


8 Comments so far

  1. Connie Sochacki on January 13, 2011 3:05 pm

    Don’t have a best tip because I am a first time visitor to your site~ I want to know more about needle felting…so I’ll be back to learn.
    I’m glad I found you.
    So far, I have only used wool roving for my cloth art dolls. (see site above)

  2. Connie Sochacki on January 13, 2011 3:06 pm

    Let me know how to learn more about needle felting. I think I’ll visit the local library for research! See my art dolls at

  3. Linda Lanese on January 14, 2011 8:28 am

    Hi Connie,

    Maybe you can find some of these books at your library, they are all good. I went to you blog and your dolls are amazing?

  4. Linda Lanese on January 14, 2011 8:30 am

    I went to your blog, not you blog LOL

  5. Lyudmila on January 14, 2011 8:33 am

    I like the NEEDLE FELTING Natural Alpaca Eco Friendly my favorite by Fiber Artist GERRY

  6. Dennis on January 14, 2011 10:01 am

    I really like the Gourmet fiber mix. The best tip I received was to lighten up on the felting needle.after that I got a little better,I am still learning.

  7. Elaine Akers on January 17, 2011 10:14 am

    I haven’t been felting for long, and have only tried little projects using the plastic forms. I do have the brushes to felt on, but found some dense white, plastic like stryofoam in some big packing crates that I love to felt on. I had only seen this in very small pieces in kits in the store. My first bigger project, well big for me was a mermaid. I was happy how the body came out, but the face left a lot to be desired. Much practice is needed. You can see the mermaid and my felted center silk flower pins on my blog in the archives March 2010.
    Thanks for a chance to win your wonderful giveaway. Elaine

  8. Linda Lanese on January 18, 2011 3:51 pm

    I moved your comments over to Geery’s blog where the contest is :)

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