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Clover needle felting mat - large

Clover needle felting mat - large


Large needle felting mat by Clover, size 3.25 inch x 5 inch, providing the ideal hardness and density of surface for felting.
Price: £12.706 units in stock



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Clover needle felting mat - small

Clover needle felting mat - small


Small needle felting mat by Clover, size 2.75 inch x 3.5 inch, providing the ideal hardness and density of surface for felting.
Price: £7.956 units in stock



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Clover needle felting tool

Clover needle felting tool


Speed up your needle felting with this tool, it takes 5 needles at once, with a spring action and locking device. Comes complete with 5x 40 gauge fine felting needles.
Price: £11.906 units in stock



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Clover needle felting tool refill - fine weight

Clover needle felting tool refill - fine weight


Pack of 5 fine weight (40 gauge) barbed felting needles for use with the Clover needle felting tool.
Price: £5.400 units in stock




Clover needle felting tool refill - heavy weight

Clover needle felting tool refill - heavy weight


Pack of 5 heavy weight (36 gauge) barbed felting needles for use with the Clover needle felting tool.
Price: £5.400 units in stock




Dry felting needle - fine

Dry felting needle - fine


Fine gauge (#40) needle for dry felting
Price: £1.209 units in stock



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Dry felting needle - medium

Dry felting needle - medium


Medium gauge (#38) needle for dry felting
Price: £1.204 units in stock



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Needle felting foam block - small

Needle felting foam block - small


High density foam block to provide a distortion free work surface for needle felting, size 6 inch x 9 inch
Price: £4.500 units in stock




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Needle felting is a popular fibre arts craft that creates felt without the use of water. Special 'dry felting' needles that are used in industrial felting machines are used by the artist as a sculpting tool, by piercing the fibre (usually wool) many times, grabbing the top layer and tangling it with the inner layers of fibres. Since the barbs on the needles face down towards the tip of the needle, so they don't pull the fibres out as the needle exits the wool. Once tangled and compressed using the needle, the felt can be strong and used for creating jewelry or sculpture. Using a single needle or a small group of needles (2-5) in a hand-held tool, fine details can be achieved using this technique, and it is popular for 2D and 3D felted work.

We have a selection of tools perfect for dry felting work, including dry felting needles and felting pads and foam blocks - please click on a product for more details.