Wednesday, February 27, 2013
Hi all just wanted to show off a lovely needle felted dog I made recently for my other half, we can't have a dog as our yard isn't fenced in and we live right on a main road. This is a isrish wolfhound. Made entirely out of wool roving, needle felted by me. This week has been busy with school and appointments and on top of that our car died, totally and utterly died. It's amazing how much we rely on it and don't realize until its gone. I've also not been feeling great and thought I'd simplify our food and cooking. But this isn't a food blog but I thought I would share with you what's on the menu for tonight, we're having a lot cooler weather, so beef stew is on the agenda. all the hard work done by my slow cooker I found in an opshop for $10 a few weeks ago. I also wanted to share this pic a rare loving moment between Wildy and Krissy my two favorite cats in the whole wide world (I just happen to be their slave) Happy Thursday
Wednesday, February 13, 2013
Hi all and Happy Valentines day! I've created a little violet colored bear for my other halfs mum for Valentines day. I'm also creating a large (for me) giraffe for the craft show I'm entering in the beginning of March here he is work in progress style. Also don't forget I'm hosting a needle felting workshop the 16th of March at Mdlc in Melbourne/Australia Happy Valentines day!
Thursday, February 7, 2013
So this is my latest needle felted miniature bear! all made out of alpaca wool roving, thread jointed and so cute, just in time to spoil yourself for Valentines day.
Tuesday, February 5, 2013
Friday, February 1, 2013
well all I'm so excited to announce in March the dates are confirmed for my first ever teaching class. Subject needle felting of course! at Mountain District Learning Centre I'll be teaching two classes one on the 16th of March which will be a introduction to needle felting and then another one on the 23rd of March which you'll make a little critter of you're choice. Make dolls, bears, dogs, and I'll show you the way how to create them from you're imagination. Perfect for beginners or with experience. Cost : $30 Material fee: $15 (includes everything you need) Runs for 2 hours. Please let me know if you are interested (only in South East suburbs of Melbourne/Australia) there needse to be a minimum number of six students for class to go ahead, maximum ten. So if you've ever wanted to learn how to needle felt this is you're chance! Happy Friday