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Old 10-03-2010, 11:57 AM - Thread Starter
 
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I am interested in learning needle felting with my daughter wondering where people buy their wool supplies if they do not have a Waldorf store nearby?

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I just googled roving needle felting and came up with a big list. Even on here! But there are lots of site and shops on etsy, etc. Here is a good tutorial for a ladybug. I used this for my first project. Have fun, it can be addicting!

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Nova Naturals has a nice little kit that I bought for my 8 year old niece. She had no problem learning the technique. A needle holder seemed to reduce "finger poking" accidents. I bought some extra needles and they were higher quality than the ones I purchased at my local store.
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I buy from Weir Dolls and Crafts.
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