A Child’s Dream Giveaway :: Organic Plant Dyed Wool Felt Kit

A Child’s Dream Giveaway :: Organic Plant Dyed Wool Felt Kit

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Coupon: Use the code WFA10 to save 10% (good through 10/26/14)

 

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Sponsor: A Child’s Dream

Give-Away Date: Saturday, October 11, 8am EST – Monday October 13, 8am EST

Number of Winners: 1

Prize: Organic Plant Dyed Wool Felt Set : 14 (9x9in) square sheets of our soft and beautiful naturally dyed 100% wool felt. Wonderful colors that blend together harmoniously and pulse with the essence of nature.

How to Enter: Visit A Child’s Dream and take a look around. Explore all of her natural craft supplies, then come back and leave a comment HERE in this post, letting us know what you plan to make with your felt if you win.

Optional Additional Entry: For a second chance to win, LIKE A Child’s Dream on Facebook then come back here and leave a second comment letting us know that you did.

Limit: Two Entries per person please.

Announcing the Winners: Comments will be closed on Monday around 8am EST. One winner will be chosen by random number generator and will be announced IN THIS POST on Monday morning. If you are one of the lucky winners, please send us an email with your contact and shipping information. You have three days from the time of the announcement to claim your prize or a new winner will be selected. 

Shipping Information: Everyone may enter including our International readers. International winners will pay their own shipping costs.

Coupon: Debbie is offering all of our readers 10% off using coupon code WFA10 through Oct 26, 2014.

Coupon: Use the code WFA10 to save 10% (good through 10/26/14)

 

Make your own toys and gifts! A Child’s Dream offers everything you’ll need – from the finest natural wool felt and a wide selection of unfinished wood peg dolls and finger puppet bases to Soy Paints, Lyra Watercolors, wooly hair and acorn caps. Design your own or see our books Making Peg Dolls and Feltcraft for inspiration.

 

 

Michelle ~ Wee Folk Art

478 Comments

  1. I am busy making felt busy books and felt board items for some precious children. My mom is on Hospice and I am doing this to pass the time. I love your blog!

  2. Oh gosh… There are some lovely Christmas ornaments that I have been wanting to make, this would be perfect!

  3. It is so hard to find wool felt here – I would use it to help embellish the knitted dolls that I make.

  4. I would like to make some felt faux foods for my grandson’s “grocery store”

    and also try my hand at some felt fairies!!

  5. I’ve purchased some of this felt before. It feels incredible and the colors are amazing. I’d go insane if I actually won this give away. Hoping the stars are aligned πŸ™‚ Right now I’m making needle books out of felt. I embroider the tops. I would love to make them using this felt.

  6. …. and I liked the Child’s Dream FB page πŸ™‚

     

  7. I proudly liked the page A Child’s Dream

  8. Iu00B4d make animals and people for a playscape I am making my little one for Christmas. And some puppets for my friends lovely SunBee circle, she is just starting this awesome story circle for kids in a garden of a tea house here in Houston and I am very grateful for it.

  9. I love their page…oh, and I liked it too.

  10. I would love to make stuffed dragons and a stuffed hobbes!

  11. i liked a childs dream!

  12. I would make lots of peg people with that felt!

  13. I would LOVE using this beautiful felt to start making some Christmas gifts and decorations…

  14. … liked on facebook  πŸ™‚

  15. I have always wanted to make a gnome house.  This felt would be a perfect inspiration to get me started.

  16. Wool felt is one of te most forgiving materials I have ever worked with. I have used it for countless crafts, the most recent of which was math gnomes for my homeschooled children. I will soon be delving back in to my stash to make storytelling objects and for my daughter who is just learning to sew. Oh, the possibilities are endless. 

  17. Would love to win all those sweet fiber for a fairy garden maybe a lil forest full of wild and yes, somehow crazy, animals to live there. Love that fox and owl on A Child Dreams website, theyu00B4re amazing. Iu00B4m following them on Facebook for materials and crafting ideas.

    Many thanks for the giveaway,

    Good luck everybody!

  18. I want to make my daughter a playscape and some gnomes and fairies for Christmas! πŸ™‚

  19. As a preschool teacher, I could list countless ways to use this felt, however I plan to use it to make holiday gifts for friends and family.  Hand sewn ornaments, peg dolls with capes, and colorful flowers on headbands.  I hope I win!  Thank you for this giveaway! 

  20. THis is amazing guys ! I hope we win πŸ™‚

  21. I liked them on fb πŸ™‚

  22. I liked a child’s dream on fb. 

  23. I’d love to make some booties for my 5 month old’s elf costume. 

  24. When my daughter was small, she attended a Waldorf Kindergarten in Pirmasens, Germany.  Now that she has a 3-year-old daughter herself, I would love to make them some flower children.

  25. What to make? It would be endless! I love all the animals they have kits for. I think I’d just let the magic happen and feel what speaks to me when I hold their felt pieces. 

  26. What to make?  OH!  The choices!  Juggling chooks is my first idea.  A felted house for the needle felted playmats I make is another.  And then, there’s all those peg dolls I have here sitting around naked πŸ™‚   I wish I could afford wool felt and I wish I could figure out how to make it with my sheep wool but I have failed at every attempt.  Plus, the colors here are delicious!  

  27. to use this felt both to make vests for the mermaid dolls I make and to give to my seven year old to make animals and dolls!

  28. I can think of so many beautiful ways to use this felt. Its my favorite material to craft with!! I have liked “a child’s dream” on Facebook also <3

  29.  I would love to make some felt dolls for my kids.

     

  30. Liked A Child’s Dream on facebook.

  31. Great new site!  Liked and facebook!

  32. I would make the bunny. Thanks for the chance to win!

  33. With this fantastic felt I would sew a rainbow – patchwork – purse πŸ™‚

    1. I also likes on FB πŸ˜‰

  34. My daughters nursery theme is elephants so I would love to make her a little elephant!

  35. WOW!  So many wonderful ideas.  We are just starting to get into felting so this prize would be amazing.  We are interested in making felted animals and trees and pumpkins for a Halloween diorama we are creating.  I have been inspired by another mom of a preschooler who loves trains.  We are making a scene for our trains to go through.  Very cool prize.  Thank you

  36. Hi!  I just liked A Child’s Dream on Facebook as well.  Thank you  πŸ™‚

  37. I would start with making some barrettes for my daughter, and then see where our imagination takes us! Such lovely colors.

     

  38. I have two grand daughters whom I am planning on making Quiet Books for. This felt would definitely make it’s way into them!

  39. I am amazed at the beautiful array of stuff you have.if I win I will be giving it to a single mum who has twin girls aged 9 ,they are struggling and I know this wouof be likeable early Xmas

  40. I am amazed at the beautiful array of stuff you have.if I win I will be giving it to a single mum who has twin girls aged 9 ,they are struggling and I know this wouof be likeable early Xmas

  41. My sons and I plan to make and sell a variety of farm animals to raise money for a local animal sanctuary. This give-away sure would help! 

  42. Looking at the felt collection conjures all sorts of ideas…i think i will make tiny embroidered felt brooches to share with friends and family. A Child’s Dream is a lovely source for materials.  Thanks for this wonderful give away opportunity!

  43. And I have just “liked” A Child’s Dream Facebook page!

  44. I would make felt play food for my toddler.

  45. This felt would be perfect for projects Im doing with my kindergarten class!  

    Gorgeous

  46. Love, love, love this shop…especially the felt!

  47. I liked a child dream on Facebook.

  48. OOooooooOoooohhhh! I love working with felt! I would love to make clothes for peg dolls, playscapes with embroidery and Christmas ornaments. Thanks for this lovely giveaway!

  49. I would like to make some play food for my kids and some ornaments with them.  I think that would be great fun.  Thanks for the chance!

  50. our girl loves to sew gifts : wallets, doll clothes and appliques with wool squares, and the organic plant-dyed are the most gorgeous!

    thanks for the chance!

  51. I would love a chance at this giveaway!!  I have been looking at the felt on A Child’s Dream for a while now.  I like to make small stuffed felt animals for my children and am interested in making some ornaments, possibly to sell.  I would love to work with some good quality felt!!

  52. Once again you managed to direct me to a useful site. My daughter make dolls and stuffed creatures. All of the sites we have been to have not suited her needs. She could make so many creatures with the felt in the give away alone. Perfect timing as always. Also I just liked them on Face book and realized they are near my mom. I can now give her ideas for Christmas.

  53. I also like A Child’s Dream on Facebook.  πŸ™‚

  54. Oh my goodness! I would love to use that gorgeous felt to make play food for my 2 year old daughter & incorporate it into a luscious playmat. Drool.

  55. I went and visited “a child’s dream” page.it was awesome
    Thankyou

  56. Love visiting new craft sites. Even better when there is a giveaway  Possibilities are endless. I am liking the precious little lamb. 

  57. Oh I would make Pocket babys, & a Little house ..but I loved their site & I need the Handpainted finger knitting Burly Spun Yarn to finish my Creek Mermaids! …oooh to make the little standing Sheep & some silk play scarves & I need to make a Budget <3

     

  58. I would make some clothes for my son’s teddy bear that is threadbare.

  59. If I win, I will be teaching a free class at my embroidery bee and get some more stitchers hooked on wool!

  60. I only just discovered this gorgeous wool felt yesterday when we used it to make little mice at our local steiner playgroup. I would love to make more little animals for my daughter to play with!

  61. I liked the Facebook page for A Child’s Dream. Glad to have more updates.

  62. I would make quilt squares by cutting out shapes and layering them.  Each family member will make a few squares and we will hang out quilt in our home.   I would also try wet felting by placing roving atop the squares and agitating.

  63. I’ve now “liked” you on facebook πŸ™‚

  64. A Child’s Dream is a shop I dream about!  I have been working on my embroidery skills, and my latest project is a “stacked pumpkins” felt pillow.  I am currently working on a forest-themed room for my grandchildren and I would love to decorate with felt pillows and wall hangings!  Of course I “liked” the site!

  65. I would make some nice small shoes for my newborn and toddler

  66. This is awesome!  Thank you for the introduction to “A Child’s Dream” page!  I’m a Children’s Librarian and frequently use felt to create stories to use on my flannel board, with preschoolers.  It would be a “Dream” come true to win this felt pack!  πŸ™‚ Plan to place an order soon, too!

  67. What a fabulous shop and a great giveaway!

    If I won I would make sewn felt animals for the preschool at my son’s Waldorf school.

    Thanks for the chance!

  68. I am really into making felt owls and owl blocks right now, would love to win these gorgeous squares.

  69. I will make felt foods for our playschool kitchen

  70. I liked A Child’s Dream’s Facebook page and noticed they are located in Sandpoint, Idaho.  What a beautiful place!!

  71. Happily “liked” A Child’s Dream’s Facebook Page!  Use Facebook as my go-to place for great ideas for library programs for children.  Thanks Wee Folk Art and A Child’s Dream for this opportunity!

  72. I have ordered from A Child’s Dream in the past and their product is just lovely.  I would likely make some buntings and gnomes with this beautiful felt!

  73. FB Loved & now I am  Lost in cyber world dreaming of Fairies…thanks for indulging the Child in me

  74. I “liked” A Child’s Dream FB page.  Can’t believe I never stopped by there before, even though I’ve bought their felt!  Silly me.

  75. As a preschool teacher and mom, I can think of a lot of things. Peg dolls, gnomes, Christmas ornaments……..the list is long.

     

  76. I have a file of new gnome ideas.  Thanks Kimara for getting me started!  If I win the felt, it will add to my color assortment for Christmas gnomes!!

  77. I have been checking A Child Dream website frequently but can’t decide what to buy!  So many great stuff :-). If I win, I would make a lot of peg dolls so the felt would be their hats and clothes! 

  78. I would live to make some felt books for my four month old twins. Thank you πŸ™‚

  79. I would love to make brooches and finger puppets with my girls. 

     

  80. I would make some Fll leaves to add to a wreath that I am making to decorate my Mom’s room at her nursing home.

  81. I also liked Child’s Dream Facebook page.

  82. My lovely Scarlett would felt for 1000 hours with this. I’m dreaming for her. Enter us to win.

  83. Beautiful giveaway, Thank You!!!

    I am planing to make a felt board for story telling, teaching children foreign language. And that would be perfect!

    Also I always love to make peg dolls! and natural handmade toys for my children and their friends,
    Hope to win this beautiful set!

  84. I use the felt as a base for felted paintings. Right now I’m up to my ears making felted Christmas cards, for friends and family. Their colored wools are also awesome. I have many. Their core wool is the best deal around and felts like a dream!

  85. Have liked their page ages ago, one of my favorite sites as a felter πŸ™‚

  86. So excited to find a new crafting supply resource. Liked you on Facebook for all my friends to see

  87. COR! I would make loads of Christmas decorations and banners for myself, family and friends x

  88. I would like to make a boy doll to my son and and I would like to try to make some gnomes as well πŸ™‚

  89. would be lovely to win and make for my little princes a fairy bag πŸ™‚

  90. I have a really cute owl ornament in mind for that stack of wool. Crossing fingers I win. Thanks.

  91. So many lovely things to spark that creativity in A Child’s Dream. The felt looks soft and plush. I would love to make a cuddly friend for a young child with it. Thank you for the chance to enter. Peace.

  92. Felt story books and characters for our nature table.  Thank you!

  93. What wonderful little animals. My granddaughters would love them!

  94. Already like A Child’s Dream on facebook!

  95. I am a Waldorf teacher and would love to use this lovely felt to make storytelling puppets.  Thank you for this opportunity! 

    Liked on FB.

  96. Liked a child’s dream on fb

  97. I would make some Christmas crafts with my nieces!

     

  98. Would love to continue my ornaments and peg people. Wool felt is really the best!

  99. My daughter and I are making many peg doll gnomes and fairies.  We would love to have more wool felt to use to make their clothing!  We have explored your site and have seen many other lovely supplies that have inspired us!!!!!!

  100. I recently got back into crocheting and am making scarves and hats as X-mas gifts. The felt would be perfect for making flower adornments.

  101. I’m opening an nature based preschool and this would be a great starting supply for the wonderful natural art projects

  102. I will be making root children and math gnomes for Christmas and homeschool.

  103. My precious granddaughter is coming to our cabin for a Cabin Christmas for the first time. I’m planning to make a wee folk treehouse as her gift. This wool is perfect. Fingers crossed.

  104. My kids and I would make dolls!  All sorts of them!  Although I’m drawn to the fairies and gnomes πŸ™‚

  105. My girls and I love making felt Christmas stocking ornaments!

  106. I’d love to make some butterflies!

  107. I’d love to make some Forest Fairies with my 11-year-old daughter.

  108. I have a bag full of unfinished peg dolls. I would make a bunch of gnomes and fairies!

     

  109. Currently teaching out little one to sow so this would be perfect for a project she wants to do that we saw on wee folk art, a tutorial to make nights! She absolutely adores them, which her daddy is please about becouse he much prefers playing nights and dragons than princesses :’) but if not we may just buy some of your lovley felt anyways! 

     

  110. I would love to win this!  I LOVE wool felt!  If I win I”m going to use it to make some felt animals for my grandsons.

  111. Wonderful to find such a comprehensive website for wool craft materials! I have some ideas for seasonally inspired peg dolls. 

  112. I am already ‘liked’ at A Child’s Dream. It is an amazing site! Thanks so much!

  113. I would love to make some felt Christmas critters with the felt!

  114. I need another hobby (not) but those owls, lady bugs, bees …heck all the critters are just too cute not to want to make them all!

  115. I’ve been wanting to try wool applique, and this felt would definitely get me started!  What beautiful colors!

  116. I liked your page for a second chance to win!  πŸ™‚

  117. I’ve ‘liked’ A Child’s Dream on facebook. Thanks!

  118. I have been making bendy dolls recently and this wool felt would make the perfect little clothes for them! Thanks for the chance to win πŸ™‚

  119. We homeschool and use wool felt for projects all the time!  Would love to win some of this gorgeous felt!! 

  120. I liked A Child’s Dream on facebook!

  121. We like A Child’s Dream on FB!  Awesome source for higher quality crafts!

  122. I’ve got a collection of bare peg dolls crying out for new clothes!! I’m currently making a series of waldorf peg dolls for my daughter for Yule this year, so I would make hats and capes and little bags to put them in for my daughter and friends. I’m planning a Waldorf seasonal craft day at our local home-ed group and this beautiful felt collection would be perfect. πŸ™‚ 

  123. Liked A Child’s Dream on Facebook. πŸ™‚

  124. I have been teaching for ten years in an urban area and have been bringing nature back to the city each time I visit home. With felt I want to make busy books, plays capes and small quiet dolls for rest time.

  125. I think this is a great giveaway! I have been teaching my granddaughters how to sew and this wool would be great to make some of the wool fairies like on a child’s dream blog.

  126. I ‘liked’ A child’s dream on Facebook too! πŸ˜‰

  127. Would love this to work on some fabric flowers!  So pretty!

  128. I love the colors of this felt!  I have been wanting to make a leaf garland to decorate the house for Fall and this is just the inspiration that I need!

  129. i want to make felt flowers to put on headbands for my sweet daughter.

  130. If I am fortunate enough to win, I plan on making felt ornaments for my first grandbaby so when she is older she will have mementos from me for her own tree!

    1. I have also “liked” A Child’s Dreams page and your page for a long time!

  131. I have liked A Child’s Dream on Facebook. Love the wool kits there!

  132. I’ve mostly worked with synthetic wool, but have always wanted to work with wool more. It does have a richness that can’t be beat. I have several seasonal ornaments in mind plus some cute appliquu00E9 projects. Thanks for the giveaway.

  133. I liked A Child’s Dream on Facebook.

  134. If I win I will be making peg dolls for Christmas!!

  135. I like a child’s dream on Facebook!

  136. Love the felt!  Colors are beautiful.  Perfect for holiday decorations and ornaments.  Or maybe to just look at.

  137. Making peg owls for babies is my favorite

  138. Liked on Facebook. Think they should rename to A Big Girl’s Dream!

  139. I’d make stuffed animals! I love wool felt and make all kinds of fun creatures with it.

  140. Such a delectable assortment of wool felt!  As the lucky winner, I would partner with my almost-10-year-old granddaughter in creating whatever her imagination dreams possible!

  141. Wow! I am so glad you pointed this ztore out!! I am always on the lookout for where I can get 100% wool felt. If I won the felt, I suppose I would use it to make seasonal ornaments with my son.

  142. I also ‘Like’ A Child’s Dream on Facebook …

  143. I would love to use this wool to make a fall table runner with pumpkins and a crow!

  144. I find it difficult to find wool felt where I live and so I limit myself to decorations. I’d love to make baby booties with some good quality felt πŸ™‚

  145. Wow…. didn’t know you could buy such stuff.  Loved “A Child’s Dream”

  146. Liked A childs Dream on Facebook.

  147. Would love to make little peg fairies or gnomes with the sparks group I volunteer with

  148. I’d use the felt to make a felt book for my daughter. I made two for my neices a couple of years ago, and have been meaning to make some for my kids. I made pretty felted scenes in the books before, my daughter really wants one! 

  149. I would love the felt to help inspire me to make the annual Christmas ornaments for my grandchildren and children.

  150. I would love to make landscapes and shapes for an imagination board and peg dolls for my little girl.

  151. I liked a Child’s Dream! Thank you for this giveaway!!!

  152. I would love to try the easy bluebird kit!  So cute!

  153. I would make little christmas tree decorations to go trees  and cards – gifts for friends if I was fortunate enough to win 

  154. If I won I would make fairies for each season.

  155. i will make kittens in altaltoid tin beds for my girls’ lunchbox surprise

  156. I liked a Child’s dream on FB.

  157. I have a two year old and a bavy due to arrive any day now. I am working on felt animal masks for my toddler to join his animal hat collection, and I want to make felt slipper boots for both children this winter!

  158. Love love love felt!!! It’s as simple as that!!!  

  159. Wish there were more hours in the day πŸ™‚

  160. I like A Child’s Dream!

  161. This would be so fun to win! We make all kinds of things with felt… peg dolls, little projects the kids get inspiration for, and more. Thanks for another wonderful giveaway! 

  162. I have yet to work with felt and love the inspiration your blog provides.  So happy I’ve discovered your site – now to get some felt…..

  163. I would make some color games for my little sister, she has so much fun learning new things πŸ™‚

  164. I would make gnomes as well as a birthday crown!

  165. I love a Child’s Dream and have had felt sheets on my wish list for a long time. I’d like to make some quiet books for my grandchildren for church.

  166. We’ll probably make some winter gnomes! Or tree decorations, or I could start a book for baby boy #3! He’s not due till December, that should give me enough time, right? πŸ™‚

  167. I love…like a child’s dream on FB. Thanks!!!

  168. This would be so amazing! I plan to make stick ponies and felt fruit and veggies to give to our friends and family members for their birthdays and for the holidays! Thank you!!

  169. Lovely site, so much wonderful fiber candy. πŸ˜€ I would like to make a leaf wall hanging from the hand dyed wool felt.

  170. Nice facebook page too. I have “liked” it. Thank you.

  171. and they got a like πŸ™‚

  172. Thank The Lord they are running this giveaway! Never would have found them had they not. I have been dying to learn how to work with wool crafts. This would be great for me to try my hand at doing some small ornies, or maybe penny rugs. I just bought my first punch needle, but wasn’t sure where I was going to find books, etc. found where I am buying for sure. Thanks so much! πŸ™‚

  173. Liked on fb…no LOVE option available! πŸ™‚

  174. I can see some gnomes, and little ducks, and…and…and!!!!!  Beautiful colors=beautiful things!!!

  175. I would love to win this felt! I have so many things I would use it for. Finish my daughter’s baby mobile (she’s due in January), or make felt food for my oldest daughters kitchen set, we’re giving her for her 2nd birthday this December!! Maybe, make a Christmas garland. πŸ™‚ I LOVE crafting with felt, especially 100% wool. Once you go wool, you never go back!!

  176. Oh!  And I like A Child’s Dream on Facebook!!!

  177. I love wool felt! If I win I think I would stitch some wool animals for the nature table. Or wool leaves. <3

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

  178. *liked “A child’s Dream”, on fb for a second entry!!

  179. Farm animals are so cute but I think I would start with the guinea pigs

  180. I would make small dolls and pegs!

  181. I love making felt Christmas ornaments!

  182. And I already like them on FB!

  183. What a great giveaway! The possibilities are endless with wool felt!  I think I would use the felt to create little figures like horses, knights, princess’, and dragon’s for my son and daughter for Christmas.

  184. Would love to win the beautifully colored wool felt – If I win, I plan to use it to make brooches.

  185. Liked A Child’s Dream! loved the knight and shining armor set! and the felt looks beautiful. – jennie

  186. We love wool felt! We love making gnomes and flower fairies. Moon babies, horses, mice, headbands, jewelery and much much more! It would be a thrill to win a supply. Our long cold winter would be full of warmth!!

  187. I would make dolls and Christmas ornaments and little boxes and toothy fairy pouches!

     

  188. 2nd comment saying I liked on facebook, thanks for the chance! I love felt!

  189. I love making little felt animals for my daughters, I would like to make them a blue jay and robin next.

  190. I would love to use the felt to make ornaments and gifts for the up come holiday season,!

  191. I would LOVE to win this felt. I would use it to make the peg doll nativity I’m hoping to create in the near future!

  192. I actually have purchased loads of this felt before, and have several projects in the works, including a felt nativity set, and a growth chart with an enchanted forest theme. 

    I would love to give this felt to a project that was birthed in our church’s basement hall: Morning Garden (See here for a video: http://handstogether-sa.org/about/morning-garden/). 

    It’s a Waldorf-inspired preschool for homeless and low-income children. The mothers are occupied in making felt ornaments and calacas to sell in local boutiques, to support their families and also to learn the ins and outs of business. They also get English lessons and computer lessons, as well as cook a healthy, nutritious lunch together each day. It’s a worthy cause, and I hope I can pass these on to them!

    Thanks for your wonderful blog! 

  193. I am falling in love with the color, texture, and creative possibilities that felt has to offer!

  194. “Liked” the Child’s Dream FB page.  Would have clicked the “love” button had it been available!
     

  195. I would absolutely make the felt knights, I volunteer with a medieval re-enactment group and the group gives gifts to children, they would be totally perfect for that!!

     

    ps liked on facebook too

  196. I love felt, I was used to use acrylic felt all the time  because in my country I couldn’t find wool felt, Well I got here and I discovered wool felt. I just love making Christmas ornaments using  embroidery and applique. We have started a Christmas Crafting Club so I have had the chance to teach my friends, it is so fun!. I saw all the undyed  wool, perfect for weaving, everything is gorgeous! 

  197. I love felt, I was used to use acrylic felt all the time  because in my country I couldn’t find wool felt, Well I got here and I discovered wool felt. I just love making Christmas ornaments using  embroidery and applique. We have started a Christmas Crafting Club so I have had the chance to teach my friends, it is so fun!. I saw all the undyed  wool, perfect for weaving, everything is gorgeous! 

  198. I love felt, I was used to use acrylic felt all the time  because in my country I couldn’t find wool felt, Well I got here and I discovered wool felt. I just love making Christmas ornaments using  embroidery and applique. We have started a Christmas Crafting Club so I have had the chance to teach my friends, it is so fun!. I saw all the undyed  wool, perfect for weaving, everything is gorgeous! 

  199. I would use the felt to make forest fairies with my grandchildren. I’m sure they can come up with some great ideas of their own, too!

  200. It’s a tough choice I would love to make the elephant, the turtle or the pony. Thanks for the opportunity!

  201. Already like A Child’s Dream on Facebook. :o)

  202. I have been making Wee Folks, Peg gnomes and friends for years for my daughter, her class, craft shows, fundraisers etc. I have tried other felt wools and they never held up to my expectations. The wool from A Child’s Dream is the ONLY wool felt I use and feel confident enough to use. If I could figure out how to post pictures of current projects I would. When people ask for wool sources I always recommend Child’s Dream.

  203. I’d like to make a hand embroidered fairytale “storybook” with the felt.

  204. The grandkiddos and I have been making fairies and gnomes for fall display & are working on their clothes right now. The wool would be lovely to use for projects like this.

  205. The grandkiddos and I have been making fairies and gnomes for fall display & are working on their clothes right now. The wool would be lovely to use for projects like this.

  206. I’ve been wanting to make lots of peg dolls with felt to match our favorite story books!

     

  207. I liked A Child’s Dream FB page!

  208. i adore the site and liked on facebook too! i would like to make the felted bunny and deer but firstlyvi would need to get the felting starting kit! love it all!!!

  209. What amazing colors!!!! They would make a wonderful gnomes for to give to my babies for Christmas!

  210. Love the site! I would make some animals like the bunny and deer but first would need to get the felting starter kit! πŸ™‚ Something I have wanted to do for years!!! Also I liked on Facebook.

  211. I would be starting a felt storybook for my new granddaughter.

     

  212. Oh my! I would absolutely love this felt for nature table toy pegs and costumes for the kids!!! It’s lovely! Oh felting!

  213. Liked on face book πŸ™‚

  214. With this beautiful selection of colors, I see birds, lots of birds. This winter I’d like to make as many as possible with my grand daughter to hang on an indoor tree in the spring.

     

  215. We have worked with wool yarn, but never with wool felt because we cannot find it any craft store and it can be pricey. I would love for the children to use it for their sewing projects for their little animals and gnomes. Plus the holidays are coming up, so lots of crafts to do……

  216. I love making birthday crowns, and my felt supply is nearly gone, so that’s what I’d do first.

  217. I like both of you on FB! πŸ™‚

  218. What a lovely giveaway!  I would love to make some hand-sewn soft toys for my daughter with this beautiful felt.  She has a birthday coming up in just a few weeks!

  219. A Cold’s Dream is such a great page! Liked the page!! Thanks again!!!

    1. A child’s dream. Silly autocorrect. Lol

  220. Ooooh! I would use the felt for clothes for some pipecleaner fairies I’m making for my daughter for her birthday. And for a quiet book for my 3 year old son.

  221. I also liked A Child’s Dream on Facebook.  Thanks!

  222. I’ve “liked” a child’s dream Facebook page!

  223. I would use this felt for making some dolls, as well as other toys. Such beautiful colors! <3

  224. My kids and I LOVE using felt for our arts and crafts projects! This would be very useful! Thanks!

  225. Great page! πŸ™‚

  226. I would make peg people for my girls.

  227. I also liked A Child’s Dream on Facebook.  Thanks!

  228. What a lovely site! I love all the kits! It would be lovely to win the wool felt. I have about a 100 project ideas.

  229. What can’t you do!  I use it mostly for beaded appliques and occasionally for the peg dolls. Wonderful stuff!

  230. I love your blog! It one of the few I read every day. I would be making my grandson some birthday, Christmas presents. (his birthday is in December also) Thanks for the chance to win.

  231. I liked the site on Facebook as well. Thanks!

  232. I would love to use this pretty felt to make Christmas gifts for my grandchildren….possibly little woodsy people in their own fairyland.

     

  233. I would make some gifts for Christmas.  Peg people and ornaments.  I actually just order some felt wool in fall colors from A Child’s Dream, but well need some for the Christmas projects.   

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  234. I would make felt shoes for my daughter’s waldorf doll! Plus a felt crown and some fairy wings for her dolly friend.

  235. I have been a fan of your felt for many months now! LOVE it!

  236. I do so much with felt! Journal covers and dolls clothes, felted and trimmed would likely be  the result if I had these.wonderful colours to play with.

     

  237. I do so much with felt! Journal covers and dolls clothes, felted and trimmed would likely be  the result if I had these.wonderful colours to play with.

     

  238. I do so much with felt! Journal covers and dolls clothes, felted and trimmed would likely be  the result if I had these.wonderful colours to play with.

     

  239. I also liked A Child’s Dream on Facebook  

  240. I would love to make some birthday crowns and felted animals with this lovely felt!

  241. I would love to win this felt!! Yummy!

  242. Wow, thanks so much for this awesome giveaway!  

  243. A dream for my child AND me!  We would make garlands for our friends!

  244. I liked A Child’s Dream on FB

  245. I too love the colors, and find myself needing felt on hand for various little projects… I like making felt play food for my daughter, and I’ve wanted to make the gnomes in the tutorial here on this blog for a while now.  =)

     

  246. With all that gorgeous felt I would make play food for my son. Yum!

  247. Okey Dokey, I also liked A Child’s Dream on FB. 

    Thanks!

  248. I already like A Child’s Dream on Facebook πŸ™‚

  249. I volunteer at a children’s center. I will give them to children and help them make dolls for themselves.

  250. Awesome giveaway. Child’s dream looks amazing.

  251. Liked Childs Dream on facebook.

  252. I love working with wool felt, I make tiny houses, birds, Christmas ornaments… so many possibilities!

  253. Without a doubt, I would make a Christmas tree full of “bluebirds” of all the different colors!  What a beautiful way to celebrate the season and enjoy it all year long.  Love!

     

  254. So glad to have found their page on FB.  So inspiring!

  255. What beautiful felt!  I would love to sew some rainbow balls for my littlest guy to play with.  And I can also picture a series of flower faeries just waiting to join our spring nature table!

  256. Spent all day making gnomes for my seasoning table, 3.grade Waldorf School… I was lucky to find some wool felt, and that is very difficult here in Norway. We have to by from web, but itu00B4s not easy when you cant feel the felt in your hands… So. Never come across A childu00B4s dream, but organic pland dyed felt must be … wonderful !!

    Visit my FB page and see what I made to day πŸ™‚

    Kari K

     

     

  257. I’ve been buying things from A Child’s Dream for years but I especially love their wool felt. My daughters are now 15 and 12 and we like to make felt Christmas ornaments, small animals, and pins out of the wool felt sheets for gifts. 

  258. if i won this felt i wouldnt stop making flowers. i love making them for hair pins, lapel etc.

  259. oh I may be 64 years old but I would love to make some woodland little people !

  260. Oh! I have so many ideas to do christmas ornaments this year and that wool would help out so much!

  261. I liked them on Facebook

  262. I have also liked it on facebook as Erika Drewke

  263. Great page!   Liked it!!

  264. I love A Child’s Dream! I would use this kit to make Christmas gifts for my wee daughter and her little friends. Thank you!!

  265. I would make flower broaches, Christmas ornaments and dolls!

  266. Very enticing felt colors! I would love to feel it and share it with our sewing club. We are making nutcracker mice for the holidays and needle books! Thanks for inspiring!

  267. this one is easy… we’re working on things for our Nature table right now. Fall leaves with little gnomes in them, I think. 

  268. I’ve shopped A Child’s Dream Come True forever… never knew there was a facebook page. Now I’ve “liked” it.

  269. I make wool felt holiday ornaments and penny rugs to sell at our annual charity bazaar.  The colors are just wonderful.  I would love to have a chance to work with them.

     

  270. Thanks for what you share! Just this morning, my daughter and I were helping each other stitch two pieces of felt together to make a pillow. Loved that moment.

     

  271. I have read the WFA blog for quite a while now, and would love to make some applique squares that you often feature, especially as you have let us in on the secret of evenly spaced blanket stitch!! Thank you.

  272. Hi, I have added A Child’s Dream to my liked pages on Facebook. Wish me luck for the give away!

     

  273. I am very interests in the tools used for felting. I love all of the animals Made of felt.  I looked at all the dye colors As well.  I love the items you showcase.

  274. Such a great collection.  I’d love to try my hand at some pocket pal dolls for my grandchild.

  275. Oh there are som many things on my list. Right now I am working on items for the Sugar Fairy to leave for the kids on Halloween. Then I need to get busy on gnomes for the advent calendar.

  276. Long time liker of A Child’s Dream on fb. πŸ™‚

  277. I would make a squirrel and a crown for my daughter then we would use the rest to make something together.

  278. Can’t believe I had not already “liked” you on Facebook since I visit your site.  D’oh!    Fixed it!

  279. I would make more fairies of course πŸ™‚

     

  280. With the lovely natural dyed felt I will make creatures from my imagination, stuffed with carded wool and embroidered with cotton thread. 100% wool felt is the BEST to work with and Wee Folk Art has some lovely felt!!

    I also liked “A Child’s Dream” on their FB page. Hopefully this counts as two!!

     

    Thanks!

    Alaina Snipper

  281. I would make some Christmas ornaments!

  282. I would love to win the felt giveaway.  I make gnomes – and now I see that I could use some finger puppet pegs for some additional people in my scenes.  Thanks for a chance.

  283. I follow A Child’s Dream on fb.

  284. It is very hard to find wool felt where I live! I would love to make tiny dolls with my son.

  285. I Love working with wool felt. 

  286. I would use some of the felt to dress gnomes for my children- we just started homeschooling, and I’d love to make weather gnomes, math gnomes, and a few for storytelling. 

    Any remaining felt would be shared with my daughter and I for crafting seasonal things, including ornaments.

    I’m now proudly following A Child’s Dream on FB and Pinterest. (I’m new to FB, or I would have followed sooner. :0)

    Thank you for hosting such amazing giveaways! πŸ™‚

     

  287. So…with two grandchildren coming soon I would make felt books. Fun times!

  288. this is a Grandma dreaming…… For my precious grand babies…… This would be lovely to have for their Christmas busy books.  A lady can never have enough wool felt.

     

  289. My granddaughter and I are collecting materials to make small fairies…especially wool felt. This collection would be SO helpful!

  290. Love this! I make needle felted items with felt flowers and such!

  291. Liked a child’s dream on FB!

  292. My boys and I already plan to make wool felt pillows for grandparents for Christmas. This would be perfect!!!

  293. I am making a felt tree for my little one and would add birds and butterflies and fairies with the beautiful give away felt.

  294. !felt food, gnoms clothes and many more..

  295. Thank you for the chance to win the Child’s Dream give away package of felt. I love all things made of wool and if I win this package I will make lots of pretty flowers to embellish bags and to make broaches. 

  296. I also liked A Child’s Dream on Facebook ^_^

  297. I liked A Child’s Dream on Facebook too. Have an awesome day. 

  298. This felt looks beautiful I would use it for Christmas decoration gifts.

  299. I would make flower fairies and peg dolls with this lovely felt. 

  300. I like A Child’s Dream on Facebook! 

  301. I love A Child’s Dream. It is where I purchased my first natural crafting supplies! I am getting ready to make some wee felt dollhouse mice for a Brambly Hedge dollhouse set my little one will be receiving for St. Nicholas and Christmas. I would loooove this lucious felt to be part of those little mice!

  302. Ooooo, I would use this beautiful felt to replace our gnomes who’ve taken an eternal vacation. πŸ™‚

  303. Wow, thanks for the opportunity!  I would use the felt as clothes and other add-on for my crochet work!  I’ve really been wanting to work with some felt lately. πŸ™‚

  304. I liked “A Child’s Dream” on their FB page. Hopefully this counts as two!!

  305. I also liked on Facebook! πŸ™‚

  306. I am a fan of A Child’s Dream on facebook. πŸ™‚

  307. Liked on facebook, and shared!

  308. We would make play food and some busy books! 

  309. ‘Liked’ a child’s dream! 

  310. Felt is almost a magial material…I use it to make little embroidered leaves to scatter on our harvest table, backgrounds for needle-felted winter scenes, for making fairy folk and small wire armature famiies. I love felt and I am so happy that it can be found…by someone who cares about what they are selling!

  311. My little one has plans to felt images from one of her favorite books. πŸ™‚

  312. I really want to start making peg people for my kids as well as a perpetual calendar. This would be an amazing way to get started. What an opportunity!

  313. Absolutely love wool felt, I make sweet little hair clips with mine! 

  314. Beautiful! I’d make some Elsa Beskow inspired dolls for our nature table

  315. I’m a Child’s Dream FB page liker πŸ™‚

  316. This is certainly a one stop shop.  I’m working on the design for a series of “Rainbow Bridge” works.  As many know, several of us refer to the loss of a beloved pet as having “crossed the Rainbow Bridge.”  I had thought all of my little diorama-like ideas would all be textiles, but I love the idea of adding felts.  Thank you for this opportunity.  All the best to all of you!

     

  317. This is certainly a one stop shop.  I’m working on the design for a series of “Rainbow Bridge” works.  As many know, several of us refer to the loss of a beloved pet as having “crossed the Rainbow Bridge.”  I had thought all of my little diorama-like ideas would all be textiles, but I love the idea of adding felts.  Thank you for this opportunity.  All the best to all of you!

     

  318. I would make felt birthday crowns!  Maybe some garlands, headbands, feltboard characters, all sorts of fun goodies!

  319. We will have our very first Fair at Oromahoe Kindergarten and try to make lots of little treasures out of felt for the children.

  320. I would make a felt board, Alphabet and story characters for use at Youth and kids events …. Plus at home for my grand-babies

  321. I liked A Child’s Dream on facebook!

  322. i have loved this store for many years now and loved the feeling of real felt. we would probable make some more dolls for my little girl as she’s really into  that right now. maybe a new felt crown and some hair accessories. thanks for the giveaway!

  323. I like A Child’s Dream on Facebook πŸ™‚

  324. Oh how we love felt!

    lately we’ve been working on all sorts of felt animals πŸ™‚

  325. Liked on fb πŸ™‚

    gl everyone!

  326. I’d love to make a few sets of Knight and Squire sets from the Wee Folk tutorial

  327. Great felt and lovely felting projects. 

     

  328. I liked a Childs Dream on Facebook- I’m so glad I did!

  329. It would be so helpful to win this felt!  I am currently making some dolls for my children’s toy castle and various items for their small growing Waldorf school’s upcoming auction. I could definitely use this felt for all of those projects!

  330. Already a fan of A Child’s Dream on Facebook!!

  331. Oh man, so many ideas! Probably some princess crowns, peg people, advent calendar… I could go on Pinterest and come back in like 8 hrs with a substantial list!!

  332. It would be lovely to use this beautiful wool to make some little farm animals to go with the dollhouse and barn that we made our son for his fourth birthday this year!  Right now he has a homemade bendy family but no farm animals to fill his barn.

  333. This would be SO NICE to win because I am making peg dolls for my nephew and niece. The extra large peg dolls would be the perfect size. πŸ™‚

  334. I also liked their page on Facebook and look forward to keeping up with them better!

  335. Paired up with some little wooden figures, this felt would be perfect for little elfin play!!!

  336. Oh wow, I dont know what I’ll do with all that felt! Probably gnomes, holiday gifts and other toys for my daughters. THANK YOU!

  337. This is wonderful giveaway! I think I would have hard time deciding what to make first – some felt food, small playscapes with little lake, flowers and ducks…blue is calling for some birdies, brown for a deer and bear family, squirrel…ah – possibilities are endless! Thanks for the chance!

  338. I like A Child’s Dream on FB for long time already – does that count? πŸ™‚

  339. I’ve been making felt ornaments for a couple of years and it would be a wonderful feeling to use such quality materials.  I love choosing where to add a decorative stitch or bead.

  340. What a wonderful giveaway! Nothing is better than wonderfully soft wool felt.

     

  341. Oh my the possibilities would be endless with this beautifully dyed wool but what I’ve really been wanting to make is a felt flower headband for my daughter’s birthday in November and I think this would be perfect to do so! Thank you so much for the chance to win and also for the extended coupon code πŸ™‚

    Many thanks
    Jenn

  342. I also liked A child’s dream on FB for a second chance to win πŸ™‚

  343. I would use the felt to experiment with some of the projects on your page!

  344. Love the felted beads with the dot on them!  

     

  345. Wed like a chance for the weekend giveaway πŸ˜‰ Just finisted moving, ready to spark up the kids room with some deco we make together 

  346. they have an amazing site. I would love to make a few small dolls for my granddaughter’s from the felt. ty! Good luck everyone!

  347. Following on fb :: Robin Phillips-Knotts ty!

  348. I am planning to make a nursery/girl’s room wall art. I have already started by stapling a big piece of cotton fabric to a wooden frame…sort of canvas type of look. Now I need materials to create perfect woodland creatures that will be running on it πŸ™‚

    Sylwia

  349. I would use this beautiful felt in making Nativity scene hand puppets!

     

  350. I would use this beautiful felt in making Nativity scene hand puppets!

     

  351. Oh how I would love to win! I am the handwork teacher at a waldorf inspired charter school. Money is always tight so I end up buying most of the supplies we use in class. I would love to use this felt with my students. We could make gnomes and ornaments and so much more!

  352. I would love to use these for several things, play food for our girls and animals for all of our kids.  This would be such a blessing for our family to win.

     

  353. I also liked A Child’s Dream on facebook.

  354. Felt pictures. Toy people’s clothing…..hmmmm lots of possibilities 

  355. I am in the middle of making Flower and Mushroom Pixies it would be wonderful to make some from your beautiful organic felt.
     

  356. I can see little owl ornaments made out of those beautiful colours.

  357. I would make tiny little felt ponies and pocket dolls with my children, to give to their cousins for christmas.Its always lovely to give handmade at christmas, as well as teaching the kids about the little bit of soul that goes into each gift πŸ™‚

  358. Have also ‘liked’ your facebook page πŸ™‚

  359. I would LOVE to incorporate your felt into the products in my shop! Soft bunny ears and bellies…

  360. What I plan to make with my felt if I win

    I craft many little creatures from pure wool felt including horses, dogs, cats, owls, unicorns, pegasus, fairies, gnomes, wizards and angels. I would love to win this awesome prize to create many more! I am obsessed with them! I love the natural plant dyes that are used in the squares which reflect the subtle colours of nature and can be used together beautifully. Thank you Wee Folk Art for informing us about A Child’s Dream page. I have liked both pages, and rest assured that if I win this awesome giveaway, I will put every little millimetre to good use because I waste nothing. There are also many lovely products that I can use in the future on the site. 

    Thank you!

    Alexa

  361. I love the posts from wee folk into my Facebook news feed . I love seeing what kimara comes up with but I also love that she shares other sites with similar interests that I may not otherwise have found. I always know when wee folk shares someone else’s site that it will be something that I will love.  This is one more example with competition petition from a child’s dream. It is more like my dream gorgeous real wool natural dyed felt for making more Christmas decorations or gifts! And another site to find crochet, felting and all things crafty info. And products. Thanks for the opportunity to enter! 

  362.  

    There’s so much at A Child’s Dream that I’d love to add to my war chest! I’d love a selection of yarns for doll hair and more colors of the cotton knit for doll making. And the beautiful felts! There is so much here that I covet…

  363. I would make a felt crown or hat for my kids!

  364.  

    Just liked your Facebook page again.

  365. I would make Christmas ornaments for all the far-flung children that I know. I liked your FB page a long time ago! Wool felt is the best!

  366. i would love to make one of those felted animals. The turtle is my favorite.

  367. I have already liked both Facebook pages

  368. Liked their facebook page!

  369. I would love to make a sweet soft toy for my new baby granddaughter! Thank you for this very lovely giveaway.

  370. yes, I sent some FB love (liked)  to A Childs Dream!

  371. My first comment didn’t go through – I said I’d see baby slippers and dolls clothes in my future with those gorgeous colours!!!

  372. I have the pegs ready to go for the large gnomes, I would love to use this gorgeous wool to make some!  Your blog is so inspiring, thank you!

  373. I love your blog. If I won, I would make Christmas ornies to give as gifts. Thanks for the giveaway!

    Dorothy

     

  374. I visited and liked A Childs Dream facebook page also!

    Thanks!

  375. A Child’s Dream has so many wonderful items. If I win the wool, I would make clothes for the needle-felted dolls I’ve been making!

  376. I’d love a second chance to win the wool, so I liked ‘A Child’s Dream’ on Facebook. Thanks!

  377. I really like the seasonal section of  child’s dream catalog. As  a teacher I am always looking for new crafts to fit the season so that I found some !

  378. Gorgeous colours! I would make my son a felt landscape out of this beautiful felt if I were to win πŸ™‚

  379. I love working with wool of all kinds, and I’d like to start making some wool felt stuffed animals. My son has been calling everything from his playsilks to his pillowcase a “puppy” lately, so the first thing I would make would be a wool felt puppy!

  380. “Liked” you on Facebook, too! πŸ™‚

  381. I am homeschooling my children and this felt would provide many hours of fun and creativity for us! Dragon purses, knome clothes, pencil rolls… We would cherish it!

     

  382. I would so love to have this and make lots of amazing things for my grand children!

     

  383. I will be making Christmas ornaments for grands and great grands

     

    pick me

  384. I love the rainbow felt. Gives me so many great ideas!

    Sponsor: A Child’s Dream

    Give-Away Date: Saturday, October 11, 8am EST u2013 Monday October 13, 8am EST

    Number of Winners: 1

    Prize: Organic Plant Dyed Wool Felt Set : 14 (9x9in) square sheets of our soft and beautiful naturally dyed 100% wool felt. Wonderful colors that blend together harmoniously and pulse with the essence of nature.

    How to Enter: Visit A Child’s Dream and take a look around. Explore all of her natural craft supplies, then come back and leave a comment HERE in this post, letting us know what you plan to make with your felt if you win.

    Optional Additional Entry: For a second chance to win, LIKE A Child’s Dream on Facebook then come back here and leave a second comment letting us know that you did.

    Limit: Two Entries per person please.

    Announcing the Winners: Comments will be closed on Monday around 8am EST. One winner will be chosen by random number generator and will be announced IN THIS POST on Monday morning. If you are one of the lucky winners, please send us an email with your contact and shipping information. You have three days from the time of the announcement to claim your prize or a new winner will be selected. 

    Shipping Information: Everyone may enter including our International readers. International winners will pay their own shipping costs.

    Coupon: Debbie is offering all of our readers 10% off using coupon code WFA10 through Oct 26, 2014.

    Coupon: Use the code WFA10 to save 10% (good through 10/26/14)

     

    Make your own toys and gifts! A Child’s Dream offers everything you’ll need – from the finest natural wool felt and a wide selection of unfinished wood peg dolls and finger puppet bases to Soy Paints, Lyra Watercolors, wooly hair and acorn caps. Design your own or see our books Making Peg Dolls and Feltcraft for inspiration.

     

     

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    1. I liked the facebook page “Child’s dream come true”

       

      Sponsor: A Child’s Dream

      Give-Away Date: Saturday, October 11, 8am EST u2013 Monday October 13, 8am EST

      Number of Winners: 1

      Prize: Organic Plant Dyed Wool Felt Set : 14 (9x9in) square sheets of our soft and beautiful naturally dyed 100% wool felt. Wonderful colors that blend together harmoniously and pulse with the essence of nature.

      How to Enter: Visit A Child’s Dream and take a look around. Explore all of her natural craft supplies, then come back and leave a comment HERE in this post, letting us know what you plan to make with your felt if you win.

      Optional Additional Entry: For a second chance to win, LIKE A Child’s Dream on Facebook then come back here and leave a second comment letting us know that you did.

      Limit: Two Entries per person please.

      Announcing the Winners: Comments will be closed on Monday around 8am EST. One winner will be chosen by random number generator and will be announced IN THIS POST on Monday morning. If you are one of the lucky winners, please send us an email with your contact and shipping information. You have three days from the time of the announcement to claim your prize or a new winner will be selected. 

      Shipping Information: Everyone may enter including our International readers. International winners will pay their own shipping costs.

      Coupon: Debbie is offering all of our readers 10% off using coupon code WFA10 through Oct 26, 2014.

      Coupon: Use the code WFA10 to save 10% (good through 10/26/14)

       

      Make your own toys and gifts! A Child’s Dream offers everything you’ll need – from the finest natural wool felt and a wide selection of unfinished wood peg dolls and finger puppet bases to Soy Paints, Lyra Watercolors, wooly hair and acorn caps. Design your own or see our books Making Peg Dolls and Feltcraft for inspiration.

       

       

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  385. I would love to win the felt pack to get a head start on holiday season gifts!   

  386. really like the kits on her web page…… thanks for the 2nd chance to win

  387. I do a lot of wet felting and I’m getting into needle felting. I make embellishments and details for my hooded shrugs, and scarves. These squares would be an amazing addition to my stock pile and help me practice and try new things!!

  388. I have five talented granddaughters that are making Christmas gifts for the family,friends and neighbors. I would be honored if I won.

  389. I’ve always wanted to make some felt wooden math gnomes.  Might have to make some felt ornaments too though!

  390. I intend to finally make a few knights and squires with the wee folk pattern I printed last year. I’ve decided that my 6-year old will only play with them if I make more than one.

    Accordingly, I will be putting in an order with A Child’s Dream for more bendy wooden people!

    I’ve already liked A Child’s Dream (after I met Debbie in Joshua Tree, where she used to live!)

    Thanks for the great opportunity. I’ve dyed my own felt and know the value of hand-dyed, plant-dyed 100% wool felt: practically priceless!

  391. Such a hard choice because there is so much to inspire me! I would have to wait and see to know for sure πŸ™‚

  392. I would make standing puppets to give as birthday gifts for the children in my class.

  393. I have been knitting on and off since I was 13 – almost 40 years… and only recently discovered the world of felting… Now I am in love with wool and felting and needle felting, and I have so many projects to do …in my head. But winter is coming soon and so does my favorite hobby, and I would love to have this beautiful felt for my crafts!

  394. Wow to scroll thru 9 pages of comments for this amazing give away. I agree with most – What is there not to love on the site….

    If I win I will dress little peg people for my youngest for Christmas(I actually gave her the peg people last year but they are still in the shop… ups time fly) 

  395. I also “like” the FB page;o)

  396. I would for sure use the felt for more crowns for my boys. I like to make them seasonal crowns, and winter is definitely creeping up for some snowflake crowns!

  397. My daughter is always asking me to make dresses and clothes for her toys – especially the dolls. Thanks for the chance to win this felt!

  398. I would sew animals and finger puppets for story telling πŸ™‚

  399. I liked a child’s dream Facebook page

  400. I love the wool felt for gnome & faery clothes

  401. I had a look at the website, so many wonderful felt colors and choices! So inspiring. I would like to make a square box with bells inside. 

  402. Oh, so many things to make! Felt foods, gnomes, pennant banners- mAgical unicorns….!

  403. I already follow A Child’s Dream!

  404. I would love to make some rainbow felt balls for my kids and some special new babies due this winter.

  405. I also liked A Child’s Dream on Facebook.

  406. My daughter would like to make some felt softies with this felt. thanks so much for the opportunity!!

     

  407. I have have been eyeing up to getting some felt for months but just haven’t gotten around to it. Maybe this will be it πŸ™‚ . . . Though I am looking forward to making some small folksy little Christmas tree decorations and little characters to put on display. Fingers crossed. Have a lovely day πŸ™‚

  408. That Sleepy Sheep is adorable! My granddaughter would love it. I would make an embroidered needle book for my “needle collection”. I have quite a few vintage needles that deserve a special home. πŸ™‚

  409. I like A Child’s Dream on FB….Bretta Honaker Ogburn

  410. Oh My Goodness! I would LOVE to win these beautiful felts!! I’ve been wanting to try my hand at those sweet little peg dolls and this win would be an Awesome way to get into them! A Child’s Dream has the neatest book on how to make them too!!! Thank you!!!!

  411. Became a facebook fan of A Child’s Dream too!!! πŸ™‚

  412. I would love to make some quiet time books and Christmas ornaments!

  413. Your kit and supplies look wonderful, I can’t wait to try some out. I just had a baby (8weeks) with my partner of 6 years, we also have a 4 year old who also loves felting. I want to make an everlasting felt bouquet for our wedding, your felt would be just perfect for this.

  414. Would love to make some Christmas fairy gifts.

  415. After seeing all the wonderful products A Child’s Dream offers, I had to add them to my Facebook to keep up with them!

    If I won the contest, I’d make some little animal toys for my son. He loves little toy animals and I think these would make a great Christmas gift for him!

    Thanks so much!

  416. My sons would love any forest creature, but the fox caught my eye!

  417. Thank you for the opportunity. I would make faeries for my son – his favourite at the moment.

  418. Liked on facebook πŸ™‚

  419. Liked on facebook πŸ™‚

  420. Birds lots of birds *s*

     

  421. I have no idea what I will make, but I’m excited for the opportunity to win.

  422. Oh my – what an amazing shop! I will definitely be shopping there!

  423. I am into making so many different masks for my boys…. they love to dress up and this would make their day.

     

  424. Thank you so much for giving us all a chance to win!! (I say it every year, but I am actually gonna do it this year!) I plan on using the felt to make Christmas ornaments with my daughters to give to family. My eldest (who is seven) does needlework in her Waldorf 1st grade class, and of course my almost four year old wants to do it too. I think this will be the perfect project that they each can work on and practice their needlework together. Thanks again!

  425. WOOL Felt! I make birthday crowns for gifts and friends and family and always purchase from Child’s Dream come true! Also I’d love to put together a beautiful autumn harvest scene for my children.

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