One of the oldest forms of textile art, felting involves matting, condensing, and pressing woolen fibers together. While store-bought sheets of felt fabric are made using hot water, needle felting mimics the same process but is instead carried out using a felting needle. The technique involves moving the felt fibers back and forth using the many sharp barbs on the needle, pulling the fibers in and locking them into place. Almost any shape can be formed from felt—the only limit is your imagination!
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