[HNW] wool cap refuses to felt

Betsy Marshal betsy at softwareinnovation.com
Tue Apr 12 22:13:37 PDT 2005

Felling is what loggers do to trees. But I think it was more likely a typo-
two ll's instead of two ee's. B.

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Subject: Re: [HNW] wool cap refuses to felt

Huh? "Felting" works just fine as a participle (e.g., it's verb 
related).  "Feeling" would come from the verb "to feel."  "Fulling" 
would come from the verb "to full."  I don't know where you're getting 
"felling" from...I've heard of "fell" as a past tense of "to fall," and 
as an adjective, but I've not heard of "felling."

el2iot2 at mail.com wrote:

> isn't felt a verb?  so it is either feeling, or felt. Felling being
> present tense, and felt past tense<g>.
> Joy Radei 

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