Kayleigh Mihalko first learned about needle felting while taking a puppetry class in college at Southern CT State University. The class made eight different types of puppets over the semester, one of which was a needle felted puppet. Years later, it was time to pick one craft to focus on. Needle felting has become Kayleigh’s craft-of-choice. One of the first creatures she made was a tiny foxtato, based off of the meme that says, “I’m a tiny foxtato and I believe in you. You can do the thing.”
In 2018, Kayleigh started teaching needle felting workshops and was asked to sell her items at a couple of consignment and gift shops in the area.
We continue to partner with No Such Thing As a Bully and The Moment of Kindness Foundation to help bring more kindness into the world and change the language surrounding our culture, eliminating words like “bully” and “victim.” Thanks as always to Smith Sister Bluegrass for our closing song.
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