Tuesday, April 22, 2014

a mouse in progress

 A wee mouse is peeking out of his hole beneath the boletes.
A piece I'm making for a fundraiser for a local charity.


I just need to finish up a few details and the wood base.  Almost done.

As always, this piece is made of solid wool by means of a felting needle.  No gluing, no structural sewing, just poking wool a gajillion times with a barbed needle until it tangles into a shape I like.





8 comments:

Maggie Mae said...

Lisa,
Have I told you how much I love your art? This is another fabulous piece.
I enjoy getting you posts.
LaPriel

LesleyAnn said...

I want to try my hand at needle felting. Are there any beginner kits you would recommend, please? I'd like to make a lamb or fat, wooly sheep. :-)

April Klich said...

What an adorable little mouse! and such a cute setting too.

Sonia / Cozy Memories said...

You are a magician, my friend. xoxo

simply bev said...

Oh my, this is adorable! I just love this piece!

Kristy M said...

Oh my goodness! That is the cutest scene ever! I love the mouse! I always love any of the mushrooms you make-the two together is just to cute! I hope the fundraiser goes well!

srsaeaa@gmail.com said...

Ooh, you really brightened my day. Again! :D

designpump.us said...

is that an upside-down caterpillar?How cute! I'm always amazed at how detailed felting can be.

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