Monday, 21 November 2011

christmas wool felt ready for making chrissy decorations

I have been working on my wool felt for Christmas....hand dyeing in to two shades of red, two shades of green and a golden and then leaving one natural. The clothes lines and anything that resembles a clothes line has been draped over and covered. 

It has been my intention for about a month now to make Christmas decorations for my ETSY shop...then it moved to kits for my ETSY shop and maybe I still might get there with that one.....but at least I have dyed the felt and that has made it to my ETSY shop....yay!!!!
So if you have plans to make decorations or I have planted a seed then check out my shop here or just email me with your postal address...

* I dye them in a 45x45ish piece for $20 each and the colours are in the photo above. The natural is $9.
*Smaller sizes come in a 22x22ish as a 6 pack (as in the top photo) for $27.50.
*11x22ish as a 6 pack for $17.50. 
*and the smallest 11x11ish as a 6 pack for $9.

They have been so popular in my new shop in town which is sooooo cool!!!

More on the new shop later.

Now for some inspiring decorations I have stumbled across on ETSY.
Just love this one.

(can't get any simpler than this one)

So there you could sit there all day but I have chosen some that are I think are achievable to make yourself ( or purchase if you like)

Have you got plans for making your decorations or are you all sorted????

Would love to hear from you.
Happy crafting!!!



  1. Cool felt colors and creation's, cheers Marie

  2. I've been playing with the felt today I bought from you yesterday was lovely to meet you, and visit your shop. You gained a mention on my blog!

    Great ideas from Etsy.

  3. i love those felt colours...i think i'm getting inspired to make some christmas decorations...

  4. thanks so much Marie, Nanette and Carole - happy 'playing with felt' ♥

  5. Oooh I just want to eat those holly hearts. They look delicious!

  6. Welcome to Woolen Felt .co

    Sharma Engineering Corporation Private limited ( Pioneer in manufacturing of Woolen Felt).The company was started by Mr G.S Vashishta who is such a learned person from University of London as he studied at Northampton College of Advance Technology London.

    Under his guidence this venture is run by Dharinder Vashishta who is bachelor in commerce and Master in Business Administration and PGDCA

    We take this opportunity of introducing ourselve as one of the oldest manufacturer of Hi-Tech, High Quality Calender Felt and Industrial Felt in the country. We manufacture felts for Zero-Zero Machines, Calendering Machines, Heat Transfer Printing Machine, Crushing Machine

    We are the leading manufacturer and exporter of Felt Sleeve, Tube Felt for Jute industry. We also manufacture Endless clearer cloth for Textile spinning Industries. Our Company was established in 1962.
    Tube Felts is also called Felt belt, Endless clearer cloth, Felt sleeves, Frictional flannel,Sizing flannel, and Plaiding cloth.

    Endless clearer cloth is used in textile mills as yarn clearer cloth. Waste which is piled on roller can be completely cleaned by it. White clearer cloth is used in spinning mills

    We manufacture Endless clearer cloth which is used in textile mills as yarn clearer cloth. Waste which is piled on roller can be completely cleaned by it. White clearer cloth is used in spinning mills Endless clearer cloth/felt sleeve which is used in textile & jute spinning machines Frictional flannel/sizing flannel Plaiding cloth

    Sharma Engineering Corporation Private Limited is based in Chandigarh in Industrial and Business Park of Chandigarh. The company owns 1.25 acres of space in this prime location where the manufacturing of Felts are being carried out.

    The second plant is in Panchkula which will also be fully operational in this year.

    The company has plans to enter into Pharmaceutical sector within this fiscal year as a part of expansion plan of the company. The company is also in talks with a Top Hotel Chain to build a five star hotel in Chandigarh.