The process of compressing fibers into a non-woven fabric. Objects and art may be created during the felting process or by using flat felted fabric as a medium. The wet felting process uses water, soap, rubbing and rolling, while the dry felting process uses specialized needle-felting needles to compress the fibers into felt. These processes are often combined during production.Common fibers used for felting include: sheep's wool, mohair, angora, alpaca, llama. Non-felting fibers like silk and cotton may be embedded during the felting process.