Inspired by Van Morrison's "Moondance" this felted interpretation of Earth's best-known satellite is as easy to make as it is satisfying. There is absolutely zero experience necessary to create a unique hanging piece and each finished moon can look quite distinct from one another while still being successful.
Many would describe flat felting as even easier than 3D work, and there's less opportunities to poke your fingers (bonus)! Printed instructions outline the basic felting and stitching procedures, as well as specific steps, and there's even a reference image included.
All the required materials come packaged in a sturdy kraft mailer and include everything you need to complete this hanging project, including black felt, 6 inch wooden hoop, assorted wool, three felting needles, a sewing needle, and embroidery floss.
The only other items you need are a sponge/foam block to work on and scissors and glue gun (optional) for finishing.