With a few basic tools — and a hefty amount of wool — the cutest embroidery hoops and 3D creations are just waiting to be created. Needle felting is an easy craft for fiber fanatics to love, so choose from any of the cute projects below and start stabbing!
Good to Know
Needle felting is done by stabbing wool with a barbed needle over and over. Be careful while wielding that needle — you definitely don't want to stab your fingers.
1. Fiddle Leaf Fig
This design might be simple, but that doesn't make it boring. The fig leaf is totally striking, and you only need four colors to stitch the entire thing.
2. Lavender Fields
Creating a gorgeous wool landscape is easy enough for beginners, but felters of all skill levels will fall for the final look of these violet fields.
Take your felting to a whole new dimension with these Nordic-inspired gnomes. The little guys are made with simple shapes and don't require any fine details, so they're a breeze to stitch — and don't sacrifice any cuteness.
4. Coastal Waters
Go on and dive right into this gorgeous pattern. The details may look intimidating, but the landscape is totally manageable for first-time felters.
5. Alocasia Polly
Embrace your inner #plantlady and grow greenery that'll never wilt. Just think how pretty it'll look propped up next to a terrarium !
6. Rainbow Heart Garland
This isn't your run-of-the-mill needle felting project. This garland shows off your love of fiber and livens up any party with lots of colorful wool.
7. Mountain Sunset
Sit back, relax and enjoy the view as you bring this beautiful landscape to life. The contrasting colors make it totally eye-catching, and there's room to play around and make it your own.
8. Woodland Stream
This hoop is so realistic, you can practically hear the brook babbling. And when you add detail with stones and bankside plants, it becomes even more captivating.
9. Rose Bouquet
Skip the woven wheel roses and make a bouquet out of wool instead. Bonus: you don't have to worry about different stitches to bring these blooms to life!