Friday, 25 March 2011

A Mouse in a House

This little mouse now has a house!
This is the perfect mouse - she doesn't eat, smell or escape!

Tuesday, 22 March 2011

More Easter Eggs and Chicks . . .

Have you heard of 'Madeit' ?
It's our Aussie grown version of Etsy
and growing all the time.
Come and visit sometime - you may be surprised what you might find !
This little chick is listed in my store.
She is a great alternative for busy little fingers who
can't have chocolate - and she doesn't melt !

Monday, 21 March 2011

100 Hearts for 'Donate Life'

I met Shirley late last year at Kingscliff Market and we chatted about felt and the Felt Hearts she creates...

Shirley makes Stress Balls in the shape of Hearts and decorates each one intricately with stitches, beads and ribbons. They're made with loads of love and care and they squeeze snuggly into the palm of your hand.

Shirley donated a kidney to her Grandson when he was 2 years old. Afterward, she donated some hearts to 'Donate Life' Hobart, knowing they would be great comforters for young and old alike - particularily children if they were on Dialysis or in hospital, were sad or unhappy.  

Shirley shares the love ...these photographs are just 55 of 100 hearts she made with love for 'Donate Life' recently. She enjoys the way the pictures evolve and as you can see, she has the patience of a saint! They're all so beautiful !

We swap packages of treasures by mail -Thank-you for all the goodies Shirley ! xxx

Monday, 14 March 2011

Needlefelted Grubs

Look who I found nesting in my fibre stash!

These crazy little critters make great cuddlies for children !
They fit neatly in little hands, are soft and spongy and
have personalities all of their own !

They're needlefelted from corriedale fleece and have tufts of merino hair.
They're kind of cute in a 'grubby' sort of way !

Easter Chick and Egg - Wet Felted

I love the pretty colours of Easter Celebrations !

What is felting?

"FELT" The Essential Macquarie Dictionary meaning:

"A non woven fabric of wool, fur or hair matted together by pressure"

Fibres can be manipulated with the use of soap, water, friction and heat variations ..........or the use of barbed needles to create many interesting, practical and wearable things.

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