Does Anybunny Wanna Carrot?
Tessa has been sharing some really great sculptures with us, and these bunnies are just in time for Spring! Made with MC-1 Felting Batts.
“Bunnies! Made with your wool, glass eyes , horsehair whiskers. 10″ tall to top of ears. Thanks for letting me share!”
– Tessa Bold
This little bunny Loves MC-1 Felting Batts!
He was needle felted by Marie Spaulding over CW-1 Core Wool, and topped with Vintage Brown and Cotton White.
The bunny in the back of the photo is also made with CW-1 Core Wool, and topped with Linen.
Kara Kirchner of Illinois stole our hearts with this darling needle felted chick made from Living Felt MC-1 felting batts in Buttercup. She used NZ Corriedale in Marigold for the beak and for wrapping the feet.
Julie Christensen King is an avid needle felter, and gave herself a challenge to needle felt a realistic life-sized hare.
She did a brilliant job! Needle Felted with Living Felt MC-1 felting batts in our earth tones. (Cinnamon brown, Dark Brown, Espresso Bean, etc.)
Joyce Hazlerig of Smithville, TX shared this beautiful piece on ourfb page. We have seen it in person and he is brilliant!
“Bottom from Midsummer Night’s Dream. His tunic was needle felted from MC-1… and his donkey face from dark Chocolate
and various grays and his fairy throne is covered with mohair locks as flower garlands.”
Follow Joyce on facebook: Gypsyharte Arts
Shelly Schwartz makes some pretty darn sweet sculptures out of polymer clay and more recently has been applying her skills and creativity to needle felting. We love this needle felted dragon made with Living Felt MC-1 Felting batts!
“I was so impressed by my daughter’s computer drawing of a red dragon, that I felt I must make him into a sculpture.
He was sculpted from true red and mahogany MC 1 batt wool. He has a wire armature throughout his body and wings to help him stand and pose. His teeth were made from polymer clay and he has black glass eyes.
Thank you for the inspiring emails every Saturday. I look forward to seeing what others are creating every week.”
– Shelly Schwartz, Michigan
Visit her etsy shop: Shelly Schwartz Studios [rainabedaina]
What a precious and artful needle felted scene crafted by Danielle Sadowski!
” I created their little habitat using driftwood and craft moss (If you look close, you can also see the two little mushrooms I added in the back!). I love how the whole scene came out, and I hope you enjoy it too!”
– Danielle Sadowski, North Andover, Massachusetts
Used: LF Core Wool, MC-1 Earth Tones, NZ Black, NZ Light