Giveaway: Wee Felt Worlds: Sweet Little Scenes to Needle Felt

Wee Felt Worlds: Sweet Little Scenes to Needle Felt edited by Amanda Carestio, is filled with pages of inspiration for getting crafty with needle felting. It’s not a problem at all to figure out where to begin when you know you’re only a few steps away from creating these cute critters. Start your needle felting journey with the Land of the Dinosaurs scene, Little Cub’s Adventure scene, or Circus Maximus. We’re very excited to tell you that we are giving away one copy of Wee Felt Worlds: Sweet Little Scenes to Needle Felt to a very lucky winner…

Learn how to needle felt while creating miniature scenes with three-dimensional critters and scenery. This basic process requires only a few tools and the possibilities are endless. Experienced crafters— or those just starting who are looking to jump into the magical realm of needle felting— will have fun with the step-by-step instructions that include loads of tips and techniques along the way.

Get an exclusive project from Wee Felt Worlds: Sweet Little Scenes to Needle Felt and find out how to enter for the chance to win a copy of your own after the jump…

Hop right into the world that is Wee Felt Worlds: Sweet Little Scenes to Needle Felt with this Squirrel project. Click on the image to make it bigger, or click the Squirrel Project Download for a PDF.

To enter for the chance to win a copy of Wee Felt Worlds: Sweet Little Scenes to Needle Felt tell us a needle felting project you’d love to get started on. I’ve wanted to try my hand at making the Needle Felted Rattle Ball. For additional entries tweet, stumble, or share the giveaway on Facebook and leave a comment each time. Come back and leave a comment every day from now until March 4th at midnight. We will announce the winner here on Prudent Baby.



Allison C

I have been wanting to make some penguins, but that cute little squirrel is so tempting. I might have to add this book to my wish list so I can make the squirrel. Eventually I want to make a ton of felted animals and make them into ornaments.


I have to say I’m rather partial on that super cute little robot. I’d have to give him a try first. Great book, I’ll have to check it out!


I would want to make the circus for my granddaughter. Can you imagine the fun playtimes a child would have with that?

Caron Coburn

I have been wanting to learn how to needle-felt. I bought the supplies to make a cottage looking roof for the tower centerpiece for my daughter’s Tangled party. I would love to win this book!

Vanessa G P

I’ve never needle felted before, but I’d love to try and make some cute little bowls or even some embellishments for my DIY bags!


That is the cutest thing I’ve seen all week! I would make that whole campfire scene. I love it!


I saw this needle felted soap. i dont know why but I’ve always wanted to make it ever since then. thanks for the chance!

Leah O

I have roving, I have needles, I have as of yet been brave enough to try making a little critter of any sort. I have been wanting to though. The puppy would be the first thing I would like to try, then the crab. Oh my goodness, so many sweet to make. Looks like a great book.


First I’de like to learn how and I’de probably start by making a rainbow for my daughters’ wall.


This book looks great! I’ve really only felted soap and little balls, no needles required. I have seen a lot of really cool felted finger puppets, I would love to make some of those one day!


Thanks for the opportunity to win this book!!! I’ve still got a fantastic tutorial for a needle felted bear that is waiting for me..on my todo folder!! :S


I am certain that I would be getting requests well before I had a choice. But if I were to try and sway the wee ones i would push for the squirrel.


I would like to make needle felting characters from the lovable Studio Ghibli films, like Totoro, Ponyo, and all the other fantasmical characters from the world of Hayao Miyazaki.
This book of wee worlds is just my style and I simply love it! I really need this book.


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