All different kinds of wool - most of it re-purposed - old camp blankets, jackets, skirts, a sweater or two. A little of it is new wool from Week's Dye Works.
Some of my stitching: chain stitching, flower bases with lazy-daisy leaves, blanket stitch, a chevron variation and even a little cretan stitching. I think I will use old buttons for the flower heads in the long orangy-pink panel here top-left. There's some feather-stitching also called the fly stitch if it's in a straight line. I haven't pulled out any of the basting yet. I like to leave it in until most of the applique is on, I think it helps keep the foundation a little more smooth and free of wrinkles. The white area I will spray with "Distress It" regular spray.
Lastly, this old, tin Pic-a-nic Basket is my work basket for this project. It holds a good amount of thread, wool scraps and do-dads for ornamentation, along with the project, needles, applique scissors and thread snips. The great thing about this Pic-a-nic Basket is that it has little "breath holes" in the back so that the wool can breath! The needles I am using are Piecemakers Chenille #22. They are sharp and have a large eye. Not my most favorite needle for this type of project, but they do the job, and that's what was in my bag I grabbed to go on vacation.