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Vilte is all about gorgeous felt eco art! In this online shop one can find fresh accessories and garments, handmade exclusively with natural and organic materials.

A very interesting statement of the designer: “Felting is my passion, my expression, meditation, my relation to the world.  I have been a feltmaker for the past few years, absolutely obsessed with this enchanting world of fibers... I have published a book "Veltinis" ("Felt", 2008) about felting technique in Lithuania (it is the first book in Lithuania covering this textile art). I work with various kinds of wool and other natural fibers. I always prefer organic, sustainable materials for my felted items. Raw wool that I use in some of my pieces comes only from small scale shepherds who love and care for their sheep. I also practise dyeing with plants in eco friendly way. I prefer safe plants and don't use any heavy metal mordants.  When I use synthetic dyes, I also choose only approved ones by OKO TEX standarts. I enjoy principles of slow fashion and slow art, and I support ethical fashion and design. My main areas of work are applications of nuno felting techniques, i.e. combining wool and fabric in felt and working with raw fleece.”

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Longoland is the place where strange creatures inhabit.

As artist Joshua Ben Longo states: “I give life to inanimate objects. I strive to get strong reactions through gesture and character. It is a process of two and three dimensionally sketching and a slow and intuitive exploration of material and form. More recently I have been exploring abstract narratives, rituals and their social context, and my early childhood perception of superheroes.”

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The artist has participated in numerous exhibitions and his original work has been showcased in various publications. He currently teaches three dimensional design at Pratt Institute.
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Giant Dwarf is an eco-friendly design company that creates handmade colorful accessories using wool felt. The Rosette Fascinators hairpieces are a hit in Sue Eggen’s collection. Hand-cut felt petals folded into small origami rosettes connected to a hidden black elastic band are guaranteed to make you feel happy and unique!




As the designer notes: “They are perfect to keep you fancy all day long + into the night and are ideal for bridesmaids + birthday girls.” A fantastic idea indeed!

 
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Meli loves felt and I love her creations! It’s that simple! Look at these natural seedpods filled with the purest merino wool. A lovely and original decoration idea that would instantly add a touch of color and nature in your space.

Meli also provides some cool decoration ideas:

You can spread them in a big wooden or glass bowl .This combination would make a beautiful centerpiece in a nature table.

You can add little ribbons to them and decorate your Christmas Tree or spread them in the dinner table on Thanksgiving's day.

Are you a craft lover? Then this little wooden boats can be small pincushion for your needles.

Drop by her Woolicious shop in Etsy and view her full collection of little wool wonders!

 
Emily is the creator of these amazingly original and cute bears. Each little character is accompanied by a short story of its own and always seem to carry something in its lap: crystals, tiny bells, beads or even another cute tiny animal figurine!

The artist lives and creates in Ireland and the materials she mainly uses is wool, felt and tiny decorative jewelry. Blogs here!

A lovely collection for all bear-maniacs! View more in her ememem etsy shop!
 
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Since I am a genuine pillow maniac I couldn’t resist presenting these adorable owl creations by Fong’s Studio. Cute little creatures handmade using cotton felt. Look at these patterned fabrics!

Perfect for hugs and decorating your sofa of course!
 
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Okay, cuteness and typography make a killer combination! These original felt letter and number collection can be used in so many cool ways: as gifts, brooches, key chains or even as decorations if attached on a picture frame, hung on a door, placed on your window frame etc. The possibilities are countless! You just need some imagination and I’m sure you’ll be inspired by these colorful creations by MiChiMa!

 
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I love 80’s stuff. This is why I simply adore Brave Moonman’s creations! Zippered pouches in the shape of cassette tapes, Nintendo controllers and floppy disks!

Made from wool felt and hand sewn. The detail and colors are just awesome!

 
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Made from wool and felt, these fun toys make the perfect gift for both babies and grown-ups with a soft spot for cuteness.
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Vicky is the creator of these playful little creatures and she takes custom orders, giving you the opportunity to make little changes and participate in the creative procedure.

Shop here: http://www.etsy.com/shop/asherjasper