How much do I love felting? It's so ancient. You can't make mistakes, exactly. You can end up with something that is under-felted (in which case you simply re-felt) or, the worst case scenario, over-felted (in which case you can make Christmas decorations, shawl pins, or up-cycle to a different piece of fabric or clothing). Oh, you might also develop a too cobwebby effect, in which case I suppose you could a)re-felt or b) machine embroider or c) use as a lovely curtain from which to bird or neighbour watch.
Just before Christmas I suddenly thought felting would be an excellent way to both provide me with some hand-made Christmas presents and reduce my fibre stash which was becoming a little embarrassing, particularly as my spinning wheel had been idle for so long.
I was so enthused by the process I requested a workshop with Soomee Kim as a Christmas present and the Mothership, enthused by the prospect of me appearing from behind a desk, coughed up the necessary (as they'd say in Jeeves). I then talked a friend into doing the workshop with me - and into practising beforehand (because we're both like that).
Here's my most recent piece of felt: