What shenanigans are these two up to??!
“I just finished my latest 2 Halloween kitties. The black & white one is a commission of a real kitty named Eddie. Both are solid Living Felt wool mounted on a slice of cedar cut on our property. Eddie has real whiskers.”
-Linda Maurer-Wonser, Michigan
This irresistible Alpaca was needle felted by Sandi Atkins in South Carolina. She sent it to us as a surprise gift from the Alpaca fibers she won during one of our recent Wooly Wednesday broadcasts, and MC-1 plus CW-1 Core Wool. We love him!
Sandi Atkins, South Carolina
Hi Marie, Home from Big Sable Point Lighthouse in Ludington, Michigan.
I now have internet so I can send the picture of the one felted sheep that I made while at the lighthouse. Getting a jump on fall craft shows and this sheep are big sellers for the holidays.
I can not wait to start on my Little Pokey Hedgehog.
Pam Ruiter, Michigan
These bears are so wonderfully vintage in style and beautifully handcrafted! The LF crew is touched and humbled by Kevin’s kind comments, and swooning over these bears 🙂
“It’s been a beary good weekend! Two needled felted teddies and one German mohair. Good therapy for a busy week…
I’ve been making mohair bears for about 20 years but just picked up needle felting about 6 months ago and I Love it. I also love having Living Felt and Marie and crew in my hometown.
Love the store, products and Marie’s inspiration.”
– Kevin Scott Nobles, Texas
What a beautiful sculpture, Erin is onto a truly original idea! This is the 2nd such work we have seen of hers, just lovely!
“The great bear Ursa Major with the Big Dipper .. love the bright white for projects like this.”
– Erin Carlson, Ohio
fb, etsy: Fiber Art by Erin
Tessa Bold is back in action, check out this wonderful Cardinal!
“Made a life-size cardinal. The cats were not impressed. All Living Felt wool over wire. Glass bead eyes.”
– Tessa Bold, Texas
It seems Wendy is willing to go anywhere with her art to achieve truly unique and interesting pieces! We love this giraffe!
“A giraffe done in my series of animals. Love how the sari threads worked for the mane. Used living felt merino blend for the body [amethyst] and some gastly rough pink roving someone gave me for the spots but it worked on this.”
– Wendy Fifield, Canada