I’m In Love with Felt

by kate on January 3, 2021

I know it’s been around a while, it being from sheep and all, but I’m just discovering how amazing felt is. Felt can be used for oh so many things. And, 100% wool felt is amazingly earth friendly - again, think sheep!

Think coasters, like these from Etsy. Since wool is naturally water resistant, it makes for a perfect coaster. One that won’t let your glass drip all over your table when you pick it up either. So no little dribbles.

What about folded and stitched into a bin for toys? Get a load of this adorable felt toy bin from Wooli. Oh, the possibilities.

Not to mention all of the out of the box uses…like rugs. I think this hall runner from Filz Felt is just the bomb. I wonder how slippery it is, but that’s probably easily fixed with one of those under rug pads that is designed to un-slip the slip. And as a circle rug. Divine!

And finally, get ready to have your mind blown. Felt window coverings (also from Filz Felt). Whaaaaat? Now, admittedly, felt window coverings aren’t for everyone, and they do require the right space. But used in a loft, or even as a huge room divider…I think it’s genius. Don’t think I’ll ever have occasion to live with felt window coverings, but that doesn’t stop me from appreciating the idea.

My mind is spinning and my fingers are itching for a DIY project! Felt, here I come.

photo credit: “KIUKO

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  • http://www.livingthescream.com Carly at Living The Scream

    I have not thought a lot about felt. But now I am thinking about it! I love the rugs. So cute and unique looking.

  • http://www.adventuresinbabywearing.com Adventures In Babywearing

    I just learned to felt and it’s been a really neat way to craft. I’d love to make more “home” items with it!


  • kate

    @Steph. What do you mean, learned to felt? Are you talking that sticking a sharp needle into a ball of wool thingy? It sorta scares me but I love the sound it makes punching through to the foam.

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