Spring Time Flower Garland

The daffodils in our yard are just poking their heads through the ground, but I was aching for some flowers, NOW, so I decided to make my own. You can make a garland or 2 or 3 for yourself, too. Hang your Spring Flower Garland up and you’ll feel like you stumbled upon an enchanted flower fairy garden. With a kiss of spring and a promise of warm summer days, bring the outdoors indoors with this lovely Spring Flower Garland. 
To make your own you will need:

wool felt - 8 colors for flowers and green for leaves
embroidery floss to match the 9 felt colors
wool yarn
Size F or G crochet hook (it is small for the 2 strands of yarn you will be chaining, but I wanted the chain dense
embroidery needles

NOTE: If you want the front and back side finished, you will need to make a second set of flowers, but instead of blanket stitching around the outer edge of a single flower, you would blanket stitch the wrong side of 2 completed matching flowers together.

TIPS for cutting out felt can be found HERE....Read more

Kite Applique Block

Yesterday we shared this month's Out of the Block project... a wooden kite made using today's Kite Applique Block. What is it about kites that excites us so? Is it the fact that a little paper, wood and string, can be transformed into a soaring vision? Or is it, that for just a little while, we feel like we can fly? No matter what draws us to kites, it is surely a sign of spring along with tulips, pussy willows and robins. YAY for spring :)

Out kite applique was made to fit on a 6" x 6" block, but it can be enlarged or reduced to meet your needs. When you are appliqueing your block, you can use the pattern to cut out the felt ties on the tail or you can use small pieces of woven fabric. The pattern for the kite can be found HERE. Enjoy :) 


Go Fly A Kite :)

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Felted Egg Giveaway from Art of Felting

NOTE: The contest is now closed. The winner will be announced here, tomorrow morning :)

EDIT: Just once I'd like to post a giveaway without having to go back and edit something. Fortunately, it's always my fault... so I have no one else to blame, hehe. This is VERY important... if take advantage of Daria's 10% discount... and why wouldn't you :) the coupon code is... WEEFOLKART10. So make sure you include WEEFOLKART10 in the comments to receive your generous 10% discount :)

If you've been reading our blog for any period of time, you will know I adore Art of Felting, and the gentle artist, Daria Lvovsky, who creates each piece lovingly by hand. As we prepare to welcome spring, what a perfect time for this extremely generous giveaway.

One lucky winner will be the proud owner of 6 of Daria's Wool Felted Eggs. Whether you celebrate Easter or simply the arrival of spring, you will want these for your very own!

Their description is as follows:

Are you looking for Easter eggs? I’ve crafted them for you. Please have a look, they are the ideal size for keeping in hand, nice to touch, beautiful, colorful and made of friendly...Read more

Frayed Fabric Flower

A couple of weeks ago I shared a sweater and hat I knitted for the Little Lady. (Leaving Thursday for a week long visit :) I wanted a little embellishment for the hat, and I made a flower using the material that I will be using to make her 2 pairs of reversible pants. Although I sewed the flower directly on her hat, you could easily add a brooch pin so it could be removed. I'm a little leery of sharp pokey things on toddlers :)

To make your own Frayed Fabric Flower you will need:

woven fabric scraps
felt scraps
embroidery floss
a copy of the pattern found HERE
brooch pin (optional)

Make a copy of the pattern. Cut out a woven print and matching felt for each of the three sizes.

Using a running stitch and 3 strands of floss, sew the woven fabric flowers to the corresponding felt flowers.

Stack the 3 flowers on top of each other with largest flower on the bottom and the smallest flower on top. Tack together.

Sew a button in the middle.

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Felt Easter Sugar Cookies Kit Giveaway from Prairie Point Junction



Submitted by teryn on Sat, 02/18/2012 - 18:41.

Oh, so cute. We love felt foods ... and they have some really cute kits!

Congrats, Teryn. You are going to be very busy making a plateful of yummy looking Felt Easter Sugar Cookies :) Please make sure to contact us at weefolkart.com with your snail mail address in the next week or a new winner will be selected.

A very big thank you to Julie over at Prairie Point Junction. And remember, even if you didn't win, Prairie Point Junction always offers Wee Folk Art readers 20% their entire order. Simply type WEEFOLKART as your coupon code at check out.

Over the next few weeks we have other giveaways planned, so make sure you enter all of them :)

With Spring just around the corner, we're thinking it's time to start some Easter crafting. Fortunately, the folks at Prairie Point Junction (you may know it as Wool Felt Central), not only agrees with...Read more

Happy Valentines Day


Wishing you a day filled with love and giggles :)

Kimara and Michelle

The pattern for our Valentines Peonies can be found HERE.Read more


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