Needle felting for beginners - make a cute bunny | Susan Mitchell | Skillshare

Needle felting for beginners - make a cute bunny

Susan Mitchell, Children's book illustrator and needle felter

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14 Videos (46m)
    • Intro

      1:57
    • Materials

      5:19
    • Making the head part 1

      3:15
    • Making the head part 2

      3:33
    • Making the head part 3

      3:38
    • Making the body part 1

      3:37
    • Making the body part 2

      2:02
    • Joining the head and body

      2:27
    • Ears and paws part 1

      3:44
    • Ears and paws part 2

      3:02
    • All in the details part 1

      1:18
    • All in the details part 2

      8:24
    • Felting the base

      3:14
    • Final thoughts

      0:41

About This Class

This is a beginner’s needle felting class so no prior experience is required, just a little patience at the beginning.

I will show you step-by-step how to work with the needles, form the shapes and make an adorable little bunny.

Once you have learned the basic needle felting techniques, you can experiment with different coloured roving and easily make anything your imagination comes up with. 

It does become quite addictive!

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Susan Mitchell

Children's book illustrator and needle felter

I have worked as a freelance illustrator for about twenty years and have illustrated children's books, greeting cards and products for the gift ware industry. Ever since I can remember, I have always loved to create things - sometimes out of paper and paint, sometimes out of fabric or wool and sometimes out of cardboard and glue. And I also love to teach and share.

Skillshare is wonderful. I love participating in projects - there is always something new to learn. And I really appreciat...

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