Get ready to learn how to needle-felt your own pair of adorable squirrels! This kit includes everything you need to start and complete your project. Also, in the kit, you will receive a link to video tutorials that will show you step-by-step instructions on how to make this project. The wool roving comes from our farm’s sheep and is hand-dyed special for this project! And isn’t the little red wool scarf so sweet?
Suitable for ages 8 to 108. Parent supervision is recommended.
This kit includes:
- 1 foam work pad
- 2 38-gauge felting needles (sharp!)
- 4 glass beads for eyes
- 2 pipe cleaner pieces for the tail
- 2 red wool scarves
- Generous quantities of wool for your project
Makes two red squirrels.
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Erindale Tapestry Studio is grounded on artist Laura Berlage's family farm in northern Wisconsin, in a yurt overlooking the orchards and gardens. Laura's passion for expression through fiber began in her childhood, blooming in her teens with tapestry weaving. With a master’s degree in Interdisciplinary Arts, Laura’s mission is to liberate the creative soul. She now hosts an active fiber arts teaching practice in balance with working on the family farm.
At Laura's family regenerative farm, they believe soulful, small-scale, sustainably minded agrarianism can regenerate the soil, build and feed community, foster wildlife, and inspire positive change. They're on a mission to offer a living example of a balanced ecosystem through engaged regenerative and biodynamic practices, with a vision for a healthy planet and all its inhabitants.
The Erindale Tapestry Studio fiber arts kits are made out of wool from the farm's happy resident sheep and yarn that is beautifully hand dyed and locally spun at a woman-owned fiber mill in WI. Each kit comes with everything needed to start and complete the project and a video tutorial by Laura herself, walking through each step. These kits make an excellent purchase or gift for anyone!
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