Weird & Wonderful Felt

Felter Skelter - your essential needle felting column from Mr X Stitch!
This month I’m bringing you a collection of felt artwork that is just a little bit weird and completely wonderful. These five felt artists are killing it with their delightfully strange creations.

Kit Lane

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Kit Lane is one of my favorite needle felt artists! You may be familiar with her adorably cheeky Bobs, but her larger sculptures really get into strange territory. Find more on her websiteOpens in a new tab. or Etsy shopOpens in a new tab.!


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Hanna Dovhan makes adorable food couples and other quirky creatures. Just try not to think about the lovely foods while you’re snacking… 0_0. You can find more in her Etsy shopOpens in a new tab.!


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Kimberly Warner (Woolishly) makes hairless kitty sculptures with a unique twist – electric color! Find more of her work on her websiteOpens in a new tab. or follow her on InstagramOpens in a new tab..


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Mizuto’s Okappanda-chan and friends are irresistible. A great combination of lifelike features and cartoon cuteness, these characters are full of surprises! Find more on InstagramOpens in a new tab. and if you use LINE (messaging app), you can even get Okappanda stickersOpens in a new tab.!


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Cha-ta creates adorable felt pets who go on wild adventures. Follow along as they explore the sights and foods of Tokyo and beyond! Find more pictures on InstagramOpens in a new tab..


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Zoë Williams

Zoë Williams creates needle felt sculptures based on spirits, sacred creatures, and dreams. Her work is concerned with the intersection of the (inner) realm of the collective unconscious and the (outer) kingdom of nature. She lives and works in New York City.

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