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- v. Simple past tense and past participle of felt.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Matted together by or as if by felting; in botany, composed of closely interwoven filaments or hyphæ.
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- adj. made by combining fibers with a binder using heat and pressure
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You can make stuffed toys and animals and dolls from recycled materials, such as felted wool or the fleece that is made from plastic bottles; from natural materials, such as hemp or organic ...
You can make stuffed toys and animals and dolls from recycled materials, such as felted wool or the fleece that is made from plastic bottles; from natural materials, such as hemp or organic cotton or peace silk; from any of your stash fabrics or the tiniest bits of pieces leftover from other projects.
Simple joined the emerging natural footwear industry in 1991, introducing materials such as felted wool, cork, unbleached hemp, biodegradable cornstarch, recycled car tires, inner tubes and bamboo lining into its fun footwear.
Phil McCrory, the inventor of the mats - which are a half-inch thick with matted or "felted" human hair of all colors and types - is a stylist from Alabama.
Kuzniar has also crocheted an afghan in the log cabin pattern and has used the "felted" technique on the wall hanging.
Clutching her big, funky, felted tote—which doubled as a knitting and overnight bag—Phoebe hopped into the car like a little goat and flung herself onto the bench seat at the very back of the vehicle.
And it looks * so* pretty with my hand made felted Coffee Cozy!
Davina Pallone made her putting green for a course at the Salt Lake Art Center from hand-woven carpets decorated with tufts of felted yarn.
It has been knitted and felted in 100% pure Merino wool.
The legs and tentacles are lined with purple flannel underbellies, then stuffed, and I have wet-felted its removable eye from raw roving fibers.