The company sells two different types of felt which they list as A and B. The reviews on the product are for both types and a lot of people who ordered the B type seem disappointed with it because it is stiff. As I mentioned before, stiffness can work well for some projects, but it's not what I want for flannelboards. If you prefer a stiff felt, type B is probably great for you! The type A, however, is lovely and soft. It is also quite thick and opaque. If you glue a very light color like white on top of a black piece, there will be some of the darker color showing through, but it has much better coverage that the craft felt I have purchased at Michael's. The cost per piece comes to a little more than 50 cents, which is a bit higher than the 40 cents per piece that the Michael's in my area charges. However, not only is the quality better, but the pieces are larger, being 12 inch squares rather than 12 x 9 rectangles. I have two complaints about the felt. First, though there was a huge variety of light peach tones to use for skin colors and a decent number of dark browns, there were very few mid-range skin tones. I did have to hit up Michael's for a nice mid-tone brown. Second, it doesn't seem to be possible to buy single sheets or even a small pack of one color from the company, either via Amazon or on their company website. I go through some colors much more quickly than others. I would love to be able to buy individual color packs for the ones I use on a regular basis!
Type A felt produced by LifeGlow and available for purchase on Amazon comes in a wide range of pleasing colors and is a nice soft and thick felt to use for flannelboard creations. It is vastly superior to the individual craft felt sheets available at most craft stores and I would highly recommend it for anyone who needs felt in a large range of colors for different projects.