felting


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felt·ing

 (fĕl′tĭng)
n.
1. The practice or process of making felt.
2. The materials from which felt is made.
3. Felted fabric.

felting

(ˈfɛltɪŋ)
n
1. (Textiles) felted material; felt
2. (Textiles) the process of making felt
3. (Textiles) materials for making felt

felt•ing

(ˈfɛl tɪŋ)

n.
1. felted material.
2. the act or process of making felt.
3. the materials of which felt is made.
[1680–90]
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Needle felting takes the spun fibers, called roving, and shapes them into two- or three-dimensional images or figures.
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Picture Yourself Felting Your Knitting: Step-by-Step Instruction for Perfectly Felted Crafts" is a guide to assist knitting enthusiasts everywhere in the practice of felting their work.
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She owns the Weavers' Cottage in Canyon Country where she teaches weaving, spinning, knitting, crocheting, felting and dyeing.
FELTING FASHION: CREATIVE AND INSPIRATIONAL TECHNIQUES FOR FELTMAKERS offers Houghton and others' original works and teaches how to make everything from brooches and hats to jackets and coats.
In the use of felting needles, Masturlal claims it was perhaps the only filtration felt-making company worldwide that started using "spiral" section needles.