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DIY curly layer for newborn photography – at https://TianaCreation.com



Make your own curly layers for newborn photographers, DIY newborn photography props. You’ll need: homespun yarn, scissors, felting needle tool, foam block and felt.

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14 Comments

  1. Happy Gary says:

    How much yarn for the blanket that you made?

  2. What is the name of this wool ?

  3. Rachel Brock says:

    What is the name of that tool??

  4. betti123 says:

    What is the size of the felt?

  5. Angela Born says:

    I stumbled across this video by chance and I'm so glad I did! In the process of making my own curls! Thank you for posting 😀

  6. thank you for sharing with us.

  7. How do u recommend washing this I made 3 and am so scared to wash it 😬 any suggestions?

  8. Noe Traveler says:

    How much yarn do you need for it?

  9. Beautiful and creative job! Thank you for sharing 😊

  10. Do I need some specific yarn for this?

  11. Thank you for this video…..how much comes off of this or does it hold together well? Does washing it help keep it together  better, or?? I keep breaking the darn needles too……first felting project ever, so I know not to hit the edge now. I will get the block you have, I bought one from HL and it has plastic around edge. Probably for  tiny projects like animals.  I have one like yours,  but a different color, got it at Hobby Lobby. Thank you. 🙂

  12. Carly Street says:

    Thank you for making this video! I'm going to try to make one because I just can't stomach buying them for $60 any more.

  13. Nancy Staley says:

    do you seal the back somehow? Or it just stays like that?

  14. I would like to ask how much yarn do I need to make 40×40 cm balnket? Is it washable, if so how to do it properly? Which yarn will be the best or maybe wool would be also acceptable. Thank you in advance. Kind regards

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