How I Price my Art -A Journey of Artistic Value

I want to share a little insight into a struggle many artists face: pricing their creations. When I first started my journey in needle felting, I was filled with passion and creativity, but I’ll admit, I was clueless about pricing. How do you put a value on...
Sustainable Crafting with Bear Creek Felting

Sustainable Crafting with Bear Creek Felting

Welcome to Bear Creek Ranch and Bear Creek Felting, where sustainability isn’t just a buzzword; it’s a way of life. As we commemorate Earth Day, we’re excited to showcase how our company and products embody eco-friendly practices from start to...
Are Felting Needles Barbed?

Are Felting Needles Barbed?

When it comes to the world of felting, one of the most essential tools in your arsenal is undoubtedly the felting needle. These little wonders have the power to transform loose fibers into beautiful and sturdy creations. However, there’s a common misconception...
Embrace Self-Care this Summer with Bear Creek Felting

Embrace Self-Care this Summer with Bear Creek Felting

Summer is a time for relaxation, rejuvenation, and reconnecting with ourselves. At Bear Creek Felting, we believe that self-care goes beyond traditional methods. This Summer of Making, we invite you to embark on a journey of self-discovery and personal expression...
Needle Felting with Southdown Wool

Needle Felting with Southdown Wool

Felting Southdown Wool I am starting a new series of blog posts focusing on needle felting with different types of wool.  We raise Romney, Blue Faced Leicester and Wensleydale at Bear Creek but I thought it would be fun to try out many different breeds.  I often get...
Needle Felting with Corriedale Wool

Needle Felting with Corriedale Wool

Felting Corriedale Wool I have been asked many times over the years what my favorite wool is in regards to needle felting.   I had mainly used Romney wool since that is the breed of sheep we own, so I didn’t feel like I really knew that answer.   We have...
Needle Felting with Jacob Wool

Needle Felting with Jacob Wool

I have been asked many times over the years what my favorite wool is in regards to needle felting.   I had mainly used Romney wool since that is the breed of sheep we own, so I didn’t feel like I really knew that answer.   We have expanded our flock to Wensleydale and...
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