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Felting Needles, Fine and Rough

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We carry Filges Brand Felting Needles in Fine and Rough for your needle felting crafts. 

They are unpainted and so are a bit harder to tell which needle is which, but the benefit is that they fit into our Filges brand wooden felting 4 needle holder and 6 needle holder (sold separately).

These felting needles are made in Germany of high-quality carbon steel and measure 3 inches long. You may purchase them singly or in pairs. 

If you'd rather not use a wooden needle tool or will be using more than one or two needles, you may want to check out our painted needles instead. We have a higher variety of needle guages and shapes in our painted section. Painted needles, however, do not fit well into needle holders. 


Recommended Supplies for Needle Felting: 

  • Felting Mat (Foam, Wool or Burlap)
  • Felting Needles (Fine & Course) (or Painted Felting Needles)
  • Felting Needle Holder (4 or 6)
  • The correct fiber for your project: Wool Roving, Wool Batting, Core Wool, Pre-Felt, Felting Fabric such as linen, wool sweaters, or fabric of your choice
  • Book, Pattern, Kit or Inspirational Idea



⚠️ WARNINGThis kit is intended for adults and children over 10 yrs. who possess good manual dexterity, hand-eye coordination, and ability to work with focus and care. (Caution - felting needles are sharp!)

⚠️ WARNING: SHARP POINTS HAZARD—Not suitable for children under 10 yrs. Not a Toy. Contains functional sharp point. 

⚠️ WARNING: ADULT SUPERVISION REQUIRED—To be used under the direct supervision of an adult. 

Felting needles are extremely pointed and sharp and are also made with sharp barbs along the needle to grasp the wool fibers.