This portrait is nothing short of stunning! Visit our fb friends group for pictures of her work in process.
“My portrait of my Zima is finished. It feels so good to have this almost living memorial. I can pet her 🙂 Thank you Living Felt for the inspiring tutorials. I would never have attempted this without your help.”
– Doris Waschinski, Canada
“My yellow lab had a puppy from CX-2, onyx eyes, finished with reverse needle. No wire armature in the pup, CX-2 felts quite firm so it can hold up nicely, particularly in a smaller size statue with baby-fat legs and tail.”
– Irene Clark, Wisconsin
Wow — He looks so real! 🙂
“A life-size squirrel made from Living Felt wools. Core wool over a wire armature and then three different colors of Corriedale for his coat. And of course my favorite horse hair whiskers! I gave him a little wire chest loop so he can hang on a nail like this or hang on a wall like he’s climbing. A great way to display him to keep him away from the cats and dogs who are already freaking out over” there’s a squirrel in the house!”
– Tessa Bold, Texas
Check out this very handsomely dressed Bun! …and those Feet! Just awesome! We love how she combined colors of MC-1 batting.
“My latest creation all made with Living Felt materials. First attempt at horse hair whiskers.”
– Terry Picha, California
Isn’t she a beauty?! We just love all that fluff!!
“You all are so nice and I am glad to be in this group of fiber artists …a nice break from finger stabbing ;-}. Here is a commission piece I had trouble giving up but making a new Samoyed now. This girl is made of layers of corriedale and then added fur of different specialty fiber including silk and merino.
She has glass eyes and is about 8″ tall. The core and corriedale wool is from LivingFelt.com and they also carry silk and merino fibers.”
– Melanie Litchfield, Connecticut
Beth’s Animal Portraits in Felted Wool are So Stunning! You can definitely see some MC-1 Batting in this pic, background is wool felt.
“I think I’m calling this one finished. This is a rescued pig who passed away, and was the face of the sanctuary.. I did this for the owner and I hope I did her justice.”
– Beth Walker, Alabama
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What a handsome little bunny, don’t you want to hug him?
“Don’t let this guy in your carrot patch! LF core, the brown is alpaca with a thin layer of winter white, details and carrots MC-1 batts, and the carrot tops are locks.”
– Ruthann Brasington, South Carolina