Monday, 18 January 2010


I tried something new yesterday, I made felt brooches.
It was fiddly but also a lot of fun. I had some felt scraps
so I thought I'd give it a go.
It was easier to work with the thin poly felt and it looks
a lot better as well.
The red ones are made out of the thinner felt.
Felt jewelry was very popular in the 1940's, because it
was cheap and people made a lot of their own jewelry
and accessories themselves.


Tjuettan said...

Fina!!! Piffar upp det tråkigaste plagget....kanske måste härma dig...

Ms de Vil said...

They are so pretty.

Heather said...

I love it! Check out the necklace I made recently with a felt flowrr on it! We must think alike, alos stop by my blog because I have a picture up of the little man with your Rascal shirt on! BIG HUGS!!

Jema Rose said...

Du är SÅ duktig!!!

: )

KRAM, Jenny


Stefanie Valentine said...

Ooh they're lovely, the red ones are my fave :) xx

Mrs Munster said...

Really pretty. Did you sew the petals together or glued them?

Zizzi said...

Vilka fina blommor. Älskar färgerna! Filt har jag aldrig jobbat med, det kanske jag ska pröva!

Brook said...


daisymay said...

These are really pretty! Well done!

Andi B. Goode said...

These are just darling!
-Andi x

Lady Thirty said...

så väldans fina!

Little Rascal said...

Tjuettan: Tack sa mycket! :)

Ms de Vil: Thanks darling.

Heather: Great minds think alike. :)
Love your necklace and your little man is such a cutie. <3

Jema Rose: Tack gumman. :)

Stefanie Valentine: Thanks sweetie. :)
Red ones are my favorites too, cheap thinner felt worked so much better.

Mrs Munster: Thanks hun.
They are all sewn together.

Zizzi: Tack! :)
Det var jattekul, pilligt men kul.

Brook: Thanks. :)

Daisymay: Thank you very much. :)

Andi B. Goode: Thanks sweetie! :)

Lady Thirty: Tackar. :)

The Frog's Eyebrows said...

So cute! How ever did you make them?
P.S. I've given your lovely blog an award.

A red lipstick said...

They look lovely!