Start by filling a pitcher with some very warm water, and add a few tablespoons of dish soap.
Stir up the water in the pitcher until the soap is well-combined.
With a small amount of wool roving, get it wet and start rolling it into a ball in the palm of your hand. Clara was eager to keep up with her big sister, and with just a tiny bit of help from Emily, she was able to make a few eggs of her own.
Add more wool roving, bit by bit, until the egg is the desired size. Add stripes or dots to your eggs, make them multi-colored! Go CRAZY with your wild egg designs!
Once your felted ball is the right size, gently shape it into an egg shape.
Wow!! This is so much fun!!!
I see some felted Easter egg hunts in our future!
So pretty! Added bonus -- kids with clean hands!
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