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Wondering about wool? 2 wool-applique tutorials to inspire your stitching

Wondering about wool? 2 wool-applique tutorials to inspire your stitching
Wool Applique Tutorials for Stitching

For anyone new to wool, you'll be surprised how very relaxing and simple making a project with it is. Many projects can be done and there are many different styles and ways to do them. You can use almost any type of wool, from reusable garage sale wool to hand dyed and felting wool. Check out this post by Stitch This to see images of various finished projects to get some ideas of what you might want to do with it. If you're interested, check out the video for the blanket stitch too!

Key Takeaways:

  • Wool appliqué is very portable, so you can work on it almost anywhere.
  • Felting wool requires moisture, agitation, and heat.
  • Hand-dyed wools are soft and wonderful to stitch, plus they offer many different texture and color options.

"When choosing wool off the bolt, look for fabric that is at least 80% wool, or it won’t felt. My recommendation is to choose 100% wool whenever possible. Suit-weight wools tend to be too light, and coat-weight wools are too heavy."

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