I am a maker of dolls, sculpture and other art. This blog is about my daily journey.
wonderful truly like all of your work...amazing...love sherry
They look marvelous! One of these days I have to learn to do this!! I actually just got a wonderful book so maybe soon....
Cute little critters... I began by buying a couple of tiny bears on line.... then I figured what the hey! I can do this too...now I'm addicted. You're right about paying strict attention to where you are stabbing! ouch, ouch! It really does hurt when you miss the wool....
Susie your needle felted creatures are fabulous. I Love doing it too, as you say , very relaxing except when you stab yourself!! Funny thing is I an a diabetic and i poke myself many times a day and think nothing of it, but just poke with a pin or one of these needles and i'm through the roof!!!Go figure, anyway it is worth any pain VBGxoxo ((((hugs))))Maggie
Hi again! I'd love you to add my blog, I added yours this morning. And thanks so much for the needlefelting tips, now if I could just squeeze out a little time to give it a try...maybe when school starts!Take care,Cynthia :)
Susie you have inspired me! I have all the gear to make a start on single needle projects-now's the time..Love your cute little charactersJudy
Susie- just noticed "doggie" whiskers. How did you do them? What are they made of? Embroidery floss that is stiffened? Judy
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