How to Make Felted Fall Leaves and Dress Up Your Autumn Wardrobe

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Tina_Hilton Tina Hilton, contributor
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Knit a corsage of autumn leaves that will never wilt.
Dig out your salad spinner to felt your leaves eco-friendly style.
Subtle felting effects will be achieved by using the spinner versus the washer.
Knit a corsage of autumn leaves that will never wilt.

Knit a corsage of autumn leaves that will never wilt.

Photo: Tina Hilton
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Mackenzie Beshear's shiny chestnut mane really complements the barrette.

One can never have too many necklaces! I’m lucky to have a great local bead shop in beautiful downtown Boone, NC, that accommodates the jewelry-making impaired (such as myself) and is happy to make your vision become a reality. 

Beads and knitting are good companions. The Bead Box helps me make the marriage work.

Owner Nikki Rezvani took the time to embellish a simple cotton cord with a bronze-toned jewelry wire for a simple yet elegant necklace to hang a perfect felted leaf specimen.

Simple cotton cord and flexible jewlery wire were combined to make a simple yet elegant necklace to showcase my favorite leaf.


Make one for yourself and your best friend.

What will you do with your leaves? Post your adornments so I can see how much fun you are having!

See you in a couple of weeks. I am off to Tuscany to knit and cook. I’ll tell you all about it when I return!

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posted in: Felted autumn leaves, leaf necklace, leaf pin, leaf corsage, leaf hair accessory

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BennieWebb writes: amazing work mate

Posted: 1:43 am on October 11th
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