This wonderful little tool is terrific for roughening up pieces of pre-felt or even hard felt so that you can get enough fiber to attach the pre-felt to the fiber base you are trying to felt it to. It has a wood base and is about 1 inch x 2 inches. There are 128 teeth /square inch. (Very sharp, watch your fingers!) People also use the mini-doffer as a small flicker to help blend fiber and color mixes. It can clean out your Velcro and even the teeth of your carders. I am told that some people even use it as a tree ornament. (Pat Spark) $8.00 plus shipping and handling.
Bulb Sprinklers (Ballbrausers) These water spinklers are really great for adding water gently to your fiver layout. I especially like them for adding water to a highly textured surface, where I have several levels of fibers and decorative elements because the water doesn’t flatten the textures before I start the feltmaking process. I have started using two of these at a time. this way when I am squeezing out one of the sprinklers, the other one is filling up with water from my bucket. Pretty cool! (Pat Spark) $25.00 plus shipping and handling.
(Bulb Sprinkler at right.)
Needle Felting Foam Pads. Made from super-dense foam rubber, long lasting. This is the charcoal gray foam used for packaging electronic equipment. It works wonderfully as a needle-felting work surface. (Size: 9″ X 12″ X 1 1/2″) It’s a good carry around size. $7.00 plus shipping and handling (wholesale 20 or more, $3.50 each).
Purse-SizedNeedle Felting Foam Pads. Like those above, but smaller size. (4″ x 6″ x 1 1/2″) $3.50 plus s/h Wholesale: 20 +, unit price is $1.75.
Large Needle felting Pads 24 inches x 24 inches x 1 1/2 inches thick. 18.00. plus s/h Wholesale(no-wholesale)
Felting Net. Used for covering wool to protect images during the felting process. 48 inches wide. $6 per yard plus shipping and handling. (no wholesale)
Prices as of 06/8, 2020 Page updated: 07/12/2013 Attention: Prices subject to change without notice.