Needle Felted Wall Art

Below is some of our current collection of needle felted wall art, available for purchase and fast shipment today!

(Don’t see what you’d like? Contact me about commissioning a custom piece!)



Appaloosa War Pony: Hand needle-felted Appaloosa War Pony with natural fibers, on tan, red and cream plaid wool backing. Repurposed wooden frame, no glass.







Man’s Best Friend: Hand needle felted Golden Retriever with that loving smile. Framed with a moss green matte, natural wood up cycled frame under glass.







Bird and Berries:  A Downey Woodpecker is needle-felted framed artwork perfect for any home decor! Needle-felted on tan wool with all natural fibers. Repurposed wooden frame, no glass







Corgi Love: A Corgi puppy catches your attention with his dark eyes that are always so full of expression and love. Hand needle felted image using natural fibers on a forest green background, framed with a black up cycled frame under glass.

11″ x 14″

$50 SOLD!! But I’m always up for doing more Corgis!





Long Locks Horse Head: This close up really shows the detail of the horse. Needle felted, by hand, using natural fibers onto repurposed, felted purple wool. Multi-colored locks give it depth and fantasy, while using long locks for texture. Framed using an up cycled wooden frame painted silver, under glass.







Little Brown Foal: This brown foal is looking for a home. Perfect for the barn, rustic home, or any horse lover! Natural fibers needle-felted on tan, plaid wool. Real wooden, repurposed wooden frame with no glass for easy hanging.







Little Friend: A sheep ram and a hummingbird have a meeting of the minds. Hand needle felted with natural fibers on a felted piece of wool in brown plaids. Framed in an up cycled natural wood frame with no glass.






Warrior Indian Pony: Power and strength show through the eyes of this black and white Paint pony, decorated for a warrior. Hand needle felted with natural fibers on a teal wool background, framed in an up cycled frame under glass.






Lucky Green: This majestic mustang seems to have the luck of the Irish, hand needle felted in natural fibers that are hand dyed. The locks accentuating his wild nature. A gray felted wool background allows him to pop out of the up cycled white wooden frame for the three-dimensional look.






Two of a Kind: Two sheep look over the rest of their flock as the sun starts to dip lower towards the horizon. Hand needle felted with natural fibers on a felted wool background and framed in a black wooden frame without glass.






Mustang Magic: Another of my mustang series, this one hand needle felted in muted shades of magenta and goldenrod on a dark gray wool background. This piece is framed with an up cycled natural wood frame under glass for a gallery look.






Cardinal: The state bird of Indiana (and Ohio, amongst other states) is one of my favorite to watch in my yard. This bright male cardinal is sitting on a branch with some red berries, hand needle felted on a gray plaid wool. Framed using an up cycled natural wood frame, without glass.








Twins: This would be the perfect accent for any horse crazy girl’s room. Two horses mirror each other in an extended trot, hand needle felted on to a green wool and framed in an up cycled, natural wooden frame (no glass).








Who’s There? This photo doesn’t do this artwork any justice, and for that I apologize. A regal horned owl, hand needle felted in rich shades of chocolate and tan onto a dark, neutral wool background. His eyes almost follow you! Framed using an up cycled dark wood frame with a cream mat, under glass.







Looking Back: A chestnut horse is captured with shades of brown and beige on a neutral wool background. His soft eyes just make you melt. Framed under glass with an up cycled black frame and a blue mat.








Fire Brand: Another from my mustang series, this fiery stallion seems to be standing in the wind, with his mane of many shades blowing and the curls accenting his rogue nature. Hand needle felted on a gray-blue wool background and framed using an up cycled white wooden frame under glass.