There are a few definitions for the word “felt” and I’m going to talk about a couple of them today.
Mr. Aitch and our daughter have strep throat. Mr. Aitch was at her house last week so they probably were exposed to it at the same time. They felt pretty badly on Monday and Tuesday but feel better today after taking the right medication.
A couple of years ago I tried my hand at making felt Christmas ornaments. I ran out of time. Thinking about doing something is not the same as actually doing it.
So I am reviving that project.
I have a few shapes cut out already. Now comes the embellishing part. I printed out some of my Pinterest pins from my Felt board for inspiration. (You may need to join Pinterest (for free) to see that.)
Sorry for the poor quality in these photos. I was in a hurry and the lighting wasn’t good. Plus all I had was my iPad camera. Excuses, excuses.
I still wear it with only the one partial paisley embroidered on it. It’s very warm. And I love it with or without the paisley.
I knit another one last spring and have not felted it yet. The yarn sheds. And I mean S.H.E.D.S. I was afraid to felt the hat in the washing machine as I didn’t want to plug up the hose so I used a new plunger and bucket of hot water to felt the first hat. It was quite the workout!! It was too hot this summer to engage in that activity so I waited until it got cooler.
What’s stopping me from felting this new hat?
I just haven’t felt like it.