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Large Eco Wool Felting Mat

Large Eco Wool Felting Mat

Regular price £8.50 GBP
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Large Eco Wool Felting Mat (made from recycled wool and 100% compostable). 

Size: 20cm x 20cm

Really good value and a good square size for larger felting projects, this double-layer, eco-friendly felting mat works really well as an eco friendly alternative to foam or other plastic mats. 
You may like our Earth Friendly Felting Mats available here.

Note: the EcoWool Mat is made in the UK from recycled wool and is fully home compostable at the end of its life. The two mats will fuse together after a few stabs.

Important when 2D Needle Felting: When felting flat on the mat, as with any other mats, you will have to lift off your work regularly to stop it from getting fastened on. You can use a ‘barrier’ to create a thin finish and/or stop any fibre contamination. Try using a grease proof baking sheet or our wool viscose felt sheets. These will help but you will still have to lift off your work regularly. 


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Customer Reviews

Based on 8 reviews
Angie Reece
Eco mat

1st class service as always.
The Eco Mats are amazing I have 3 in separate project boxes and 1 at my caravan
Love felting with them and have never worn one out yet even after 2 years of felting

Tracy H
Eco Mat

Haven't used it yet, but it feels soft, and I like how it's biodegradable as well. Can't wait to try it.


Lovely & soft, well made & biodegradable

jacky pitts
Love the eco mat

Really liked the eco mat found it a joy to use. Might upgrade to the earth mat in the new year as people seem to think its even better.

Much better than foam sponge mat

Makerss had a sale on, so I decided to finally try a wool mat. I haven't done much felting yet, though I'm preparing to really make a go of it. I was well satisfied with the wool mat, which I used for two small 2D projects last week.

I'm not sure if there was fibre transfer from the mat, but that wasn't a concern with a 2D piece. But there wasn't anything obvious. An easy fix would be to place a layer of fabric or sheet of felt down first. And there was no "denting" after I lifted the work.

Speaking of lifting, I found it better to do it often, to prevent the fibres getting really embedded in the mat, and thus harder to lift.

This is definitely my go-to felting surface from now on.