I've been working in my studio, making needle felted critters and woodland faeries and owls. I still have so much more to create for market this week. Gotta get busy! But this past week was really busy, with shopping for several days from Mrs. T's birthday weekend. So that's all behind me now, I can really get to work.
Some of the cute little Outback Owlies. SO cute! When I first started making them, they looked like Furrbies. Do they look like that to anyone else? I hope it's just me. Although the husband did say they looked like Furrbies to him too.
My silly bunny. Need to work on the moth I think. But these are not perfect critters. More whimsical I think.
My Suffolk ewe and lamb pair.
And this cow. I made this cow a long time ago. Last fall I believe. I kept wanting to take it all apart and make something else. But the other day, I just sat down with her and she became a Holstein milk cow. A total transformation!
And these are my Cotswold ewe and lamb pair, with purple collars.
You can't really see it, but the sheep standing up has curly wool and is so cute. The other is laying down, looking up.
And my first 2 little woodland faeries. I want to make some with wings, but need to figure out how to make wings. Maybe need to wet felt them to make them kind of transparent.
And today, I made a lime green owl with shimmery white wings. And a cute different set of ewe and lamb. I'll take more pictures when I make more.
I hope you all had a great weekend and are ready for a whole new week.