Felting Needles/Mats

All felting needles have barbs on the usable length. These barbs catch the wool fibres as you work and push them down into the felt you are creating.
There are different blade shapes.The triangular blade is a standard and most commonly used in needle felting and is good for all projects.
Star blades are generally good for a faster finish (an extra blade edge with barbs makes it quicker).
20 gauge: is for heavy thick wool/fibres, great to start off larger projects.
25 gauge is for mid thickness.
32 gauge: is for mid thickness wool/fibres to coarse fibres.
36 gauge: is for mid thickness to a fine fibre. A great all round needle to have in stock.
40 gauge: is for fine wool/fibres.
42 gauge: is for very fine wool/fibres. Perfect for extremely fine details and applying dolls hair.
In felting the thicker the needle, the bigger the hole it will leave. Projects are better finished on a finer needle.
The higher the gauge number on the needle, the finer the needle.
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