Have a backlog of stuff to show, starting off with some pillow tops featuring the newest craft I've taken on: needlefelting. Lots of fun to do. But be warned: if you're talking on the phone while doing this, the person on the other end of the line could mistakenly think that the sound of needle going into foam rubber (its backing) is you doing some heavy-duty scratching. Or "horking" as we call it. No one should ever be that itchy.
The background materials for all 3 pillow tops (12x12") are felted wool sweaters.
All three have had wool yarn needlefelted onto them, and the first two also make use of wool roving.
As you can see in the purple one, I kinda "wove" the yarn & roving together. I like the effect. Will explore further.
The above is a what I like to call "Color Theory in Practice". Same yarn, on 4 different-colored backgrounds: what starts to happen to the colors? Which ones start to stand out? Fun to see what begins to occur. The white, seafoam, and light blue backgrounds are wool/poly felt that's been felted again, and the yellow background is a felted yellow wool blanket.
The above is a Work-in-Progress (WIP); the backdrop is a felted wool baby blanket. Small enough for me to remain interested in the project 'til completion. (Hopefully.) (Unless the yarn runs out first, then all bets are off.)
Above is what I'm calling a SweaterScarf, made from 6" squares of felted wool sweaters, which are sewn together, then embellished with stitching. So far, I've made 3 scarves (one in a gray/lt. blue colorway; one in a brown/rust), and want to make more. A good way to use up relatively small chunks of felted sweater bits. Super warm!