What a bright little tribute to Alice in Wonderland!
“Here’s a little Cheshire Cat inspired by the illustration from the Peck Aubry Alice paper doll set. He’s 3 1/2″ long and 2 1/2″ high. He was mainly worked from core wool, then striped with roving. I used a reversible needle to gently, quickly pull bits along the stripes to smooth over for a more natural look.”
Melissa Hoover, California
Doesn’t this bring back memories?
Tracie Zody shared her wonderful little felted picture of Snoopy in our group and pronounced it “done” 🙂
– Tracie Zody, North Dakota
Falkor looks so dazzling with all those beads!
“For character/ fan art, here is Falkor the luck dragon from The Neverending Story. I made this a year ago using bright white merino cross batts and a lot of beads and pearls.”
– Jenny Marion, Hawaii
What an original and darling idea! Kiersten has a very sweet style and uses a lot of MC-1 Batts in her Friendly Feltees creations.
“This is my latest of little creatures I make called “Dragon-flies”. I’ve been dieing to do a purple one. He turned out about how I was hoping.”
Kiersten Violette, North Carolina
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Nancy Skakel was commissioned to create this dragon as a thank you gift.
Nancy tells us, “The recipients host an annual American Indian flute festival, and are enamored of Oriental art.”
The dragon is about 7″ tall. He is holding a real piece of bamboo. Nancy used Corriedale core wool, merino cross batts, wire armature, silver wire claws, and a bamboo flute.
This is another of Nancy’s recent dragons.
“I used corriedale core over a wire frame and merino tops for color. He is about 10″ tall. I made this as a gift for a friend on his retirement from medical practice.”
“I had fun making details on the globe – mountain ranges and rivers on each of the continents.”
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