Felting Supplies

Felting Supplies - Polymer Clay

Polymer Clay is a versatile form of modelling clay that can be used in all types of craft, sculpture, and doll making projects. The oven bake material consists of polymers, resins, colouring agents and fillers. It has been around for many years but has now surged in popularity because it can lend itself to so many creative ideas. It is easy to cut, shape, and mold, and can be finished using a variety of interesting techniques.

Felting Supplies - Polymer Clay - Cernit


Cernit Polymer Clays are manufactured by the Paint and Clay company, based in Belgium and founded in 1923. Experts in the manufacture of paints, dyes, varnishes, and modelling clays, their more than 90 years of experience attest to the quality of their products.

Felting Supplies - Polymer Clay - Cernit - Number One

Number One

The Cernit Number One line of polymer clays includes standard opaque colours suitable for all uses.

Felting Supplies - Polymer Clay - Cernit - Doll


The Cernit Doll line features seven flesh tones which bake to a porcelain finish, and one special translucent flesh tone.

Felting Supplies - Polymer Clay - Cernit - Opaline


The Cernit opaline colours will have a depth effect after they have been baked. As they become slightly translucent, the pigments will give its real intensity, the colours will thus be slightly darker after baking.

Felting Supplies - Polymer Clay - Cernit - Metallic


Create your jewelry by giving them a metallic look with Cernit Metallic clay! By small pieces or as main piece, these colours have a beautiful rendering!

Felting Supplies - Polymer Clay - Cernit - Translucent


Amber, Emerald, Ruby … The translucent colours give you a look of precious stones! We have never seen such transparency in polymer clay. Test them as soon as possible!

Felting Supplies - Polymer Clay - Cernit - Accessories


Supplementary items to make working with Cernit polymer clays even more fun!

Felting Supplies - Wire


Specialty wires for making armatures and wrapping fibres for sculptures and hat making.

Felting Supplies - Felting Tools

Assorted tools for the felting process including needle holders, brushes, and pad scrapers.

Felting Supplies - Threads

A selection of specialty threads for your fibre art projects!

Felting Supplies - Artfelt Paper

This special paper allows the designer a tackable canvas on which to attach the roving. When finished, the paper magically disappears with boiling water, leaving a fully fused piece and no residue!

Felting Supplies - Dyes

Felting Supplies - Fibre Prep

Felting Supplies - Felting Needles

Felting Needles

A felting needle has small barbs in the end that, when stabbed through wool, catch on the scales of the fibre and push them together. The more and more you stab, the more fibres matt together slowly turning the wool into solid felt. Felting needles come in different gauges. The gauge number refers to the diameter of the needle. The higher the number, the finer the needle so a 40 Gauge needle is finer than a 36 Gauge needle.

Felting needles are quite delicate and can break easily if used incorrectly. Make sure you are stabbing in and out at the same angle, not twisting or bending the needle. If the needle won’t go into the wool easily, don’t force it. Either change to a finer needle or if the piece is very firm, you probably want to stop felting it to avoid over-felting. Felting Needles do go blunt over time and much quicker if you’re working on wire or pipe cleaners. Over time if pieces are taking longer to felt you probably need to change your needle.

If you need help identifying your Fibrecraft colour-coded felting needles, please see my Fibrecraft Felting Needle Key.

Felting Supplies - Felting Needles - Triangle Needles

Most commonly used felting needle. Triangle needles have 3 sides, with barbs on each edge.

Felting Supplies - Felting Needles - Star Needles

Star needles have 4 sides, with barbs on all four edges, which are great for details and join the fibres together more quickly.

Felting Supplies - Felting Needles - Speed Point Needles

The Speedpoint needles special shape pulls the fibres together more rapidly increasing speed and strength. This needle requires less energy to felt the fibres together, therefore you don’t have to poke as hard as you would with a Triangle needle.

Felting Supplies - Felting Needles - Spiral Needles

Spiral needles have a twisted blade with barbs on 3 edges. This needle does not leave large dents or puncture marks which makes it perfect for finishing as it penetrates dense firm surfaces.

Felting Supplies - Felting Needles - Reverse Needles

The Reverse needle pull fibres out instead of pushing them in. This needle is often used for blending layers of colour to make hair and fur.

Felting Supplies - Felting Needles - Sets

Felting Supplies - Foam Pads

Felting Supplies - Wet Felting Tools