Creative Knitting

HIP BAG

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SKILL LEVEL

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WHAT YOU'LL NEED

MATERIALS

 40g Main Colour Wool Roving

10g Feature Colour Wool

Roving

TOOLS

 Plastic tablecloth or mat – to protect your work surface from getting wet.

Old towels – to help with excess water.

Bubble wrap – to cover your work before you start felting to keep the fibres in place. Teapot or bowl of warm-hot water that you can place your hand in to wet the wool.

Bar of soap – I recommend goats’ soap.

Sushi mat – used for felt balls and small area felting.

TYPE OF FELTING

 Wet hand felt

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