Learning to needle felt your own diy gnome is so fun! See link for Needle Felting Gnome Kit below!
In this gnome tutorial, we expand on our needle felting gnomes tutorial from last week…by making standing gnomes with skinny legs, show a new way to make the arms, and needle felt mittens.

All supplies used are from www.livingfelt.com
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This show originally aired Live on facebook 11-14-2018, this is the full version of that broadcast. Feel free to fast forward. The 11-07-18 show as a needle felting tutorial for simple gnomes (without legs). See that video for how to needle felt the gnome hat, nose, beard, simple clothes, body, etc.

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Living Felt provides free quick and easy needle felting, wet felting and nuno felting tutorials because we love to help you felt cool things from wool. We offer these free online felting classes to teach and inspire everyone—even the beginner. Wool is used in most of our projects, and we have lots of tips and tricks to make felting fun and simple. Learn to felt with Marie Spaulding as she teaches felting and needle felting tutorials from the heart. She is the founder and head fairy at Living Felt. Felting art work, home decor, fun keepsakes, thoughtful gifts, treasures and wearables with you is one of Marie’s greatest pleasures. She makes felting and needle felting friendlier than ever before. Since launching Living Felt in 2004, she has sparked enthusiasm for felting across the globe and inspired thousands of new friends to give felting a go in their crafting and artistic expression. Living Felt provides totally FREE quick and easy needle felting, felting, and wet felting and nuno felting tutorials every single week because we love to help you make cool things from wool! Follow along with these fun online classes to learn more about felt design and needle felting techniques. It’s inspiration for everyone—from beginners to advanced felters. To make felting and needle felting easier than ever before, we offer felting kits and supply lists, plus you can call us with any of your felting questions – we are happy to help! The wool fibers we share will make your felting projects easy and fun! We hope you enjoy our wet felting, needle felting and nuno felting tutorials. Be sure to subscribe so you don’t miss a single one!

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How to NEEDLE FELT a GNOME (standing) TUTORIAL – DIY Scandinavian Gnome

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  • LivingFelt

    Please share your favorite take-a-way! We LOVE seeing the gnomes made from this kit…Please share yours in our fb group 🙂

  • Janine Franc

    I was inspired by the amount of detail you can get from needle felting and hard sharp the edges of detail can be felted.
    Thanks for all your videos!!!!!!!

  • Leonie Cochrane

    I have been enjoying your tutorials for ages now and i have never seen you break a needle until now, i break them all the time… thought it was because i was using cheap needles and i'm so glad you have told me about the angle and the lighter pressure. Good news is i've just placed an order with you for your good quality needles so looking forward to receiving them, thanks again for all your knowledge.

  • Monica Gebeau Martin

    I'm confused. Wouldn't the wire you use for the taller gnomes have to be twice the length you actually want them to be? Because you fold it in half, right? So, if you want your gnome to be 12-15" tall, you'd start with a length of wire that is 24-30".

  • Joy Boughey

    Great tutorial again, thank you, Marie … and Faeries! Your hints and tips are so useful for other applications too so that for those who are not keen to make a gnome there are still lots of things to learn! ❤

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