I spent a few hours yesterday working with wool roving, laying it out in layers in alternating directions on top of a sheet of small bubble wrap. After 5 layers I sprayed it all with soapy water to moisten through the wool layers. Then I rolled the bubble wrap and wool layers together into a tube of sorts and pressed down while rolling the tube back and forth literally hundreds of times (for at least 30 minutes) until the wool layers felt somewhat compressed. Unrolling the tube with layers flat was next and I then added different colored wool embellishments for design. Once they were pleasingly in place, I rolled the bubble wrap and wool layers into a tube again, and just kept pressing and rolling it back and forth, again and again and again. I made sure there was enough soapy water betweenrollings to help the wool fibers latch onto each other. Then I unrolled it to see what I had created, photo above. I like the result but I think I could have rolled it longer for more wool compression. However, I don’t think I’ll do this kind of wet felting again, it made me very tired!