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1  FIBER ARTS / Felting: Completed Projects / Needle Felted Poseable Fawn on: November 07, 2015 05:52:58 PM
Another new creature. A poseable needle felted fawn, 17 cm long from muzzle to tail  Smiley









2  FIBER ARTS / Felting: Completed Projects / Needle Felted Poseable Deer on: November 01, 2015 10:17:43 AM
New... Needle felted poseable deer, 17 cm from head to tail ^_^










     
3  FIBER ARTS / Felting: Completed Projects / Needle Felted Poseable Raccoon on: October 27, 2015 05:33:44 PM
Hello, again!
I'm sorry for opening so many new threads, but I'm working a lot and I love to share my creations with you Smiley.
Here's my new work, a poseable raccoon, 25 cm long from head to tail.









4  FIBER ARTS / Felting: Completed Projects / Needle Felted Poseable Bunny on: October 21, 2015 02:29:48 PM
Hi again! Smiley
Here's a new needle felted poseable bunny sculpture, 22 cm (8.6 inches) long from head to tail.









5  FIBER ARTS / Felting: Completed Projects / Needle Felted Poseable Fox on: October 18, 2015 10:20:11 AM
Hi! Smiley
I've made a new needle felted fox sculpture. It's fully poseable.

From head to tail it's 22 cm (8.6 inches) long.

I hope you like it ^_^ thanks for watching!









6  FIBER ARTS / Felting: Completed Projects / Moonlight Owl on: August 30, 2015 04:45:14 PM
Hello  Smiley
I've started playing with 2d felting, lately (only done 3d felting before).
This is my second attempt and I called it Moonlight Owl. It's 16 x 20 cm wool painting (on pre felt backing).







7  FIBER ARTS / Felting: Completed Projects / Asia the Geisha mouse on: May 01, 2015 05:05:16 PM


Asia is a beautiful geisha.
People are enchanted by her grace and femininity.
She is very skilled at traditional Japanese music, dance, and poetry and always knows how to entertain her clients.
Your days will be brightened having her around!
She wears her favourite outfit: a red and ocher yellow kimono with a backside bow and a red umbrella with little floral decorations. Her hair are prettily taken up in a bun.
She is tall 11.5 cm (4.5 inches).

Do you like her?  Smiley
8  FIBER ARTS / Felting: Completed Projects / Biagio, Gastone and Rhonda on: April 21, 2015 03:02:20 PM
I would like to introduce you my last needle felted creations: Biagio, Gastone and Rhonda.

Biagio

Biagio loves to paint in the open air, among the beauty of the nature.
This time he painted for you some lovely colorful flowers.
He is very proud of his art and couldn't live without it. He is a very passionate artist!

Gastone

Gastone loves to go around with his beloved red motorcycle! He is well known for his genuine wild and free spirit. Girls get crazy for him, he is a very cool guy Wink.

Rhonda

Rhonda loves to go to the beach! She wears her favourite colorful bikini.

I hope you like them  Smiley I can't stop making this little ones!
9  FIBER ARTS / Felting: Completed Projects / Tiny Critters on: December 10, 2014 07:31:19 AM
Hello! Smiley

I'd like to show you my last completed projects: a tiny barn owl and a tiny owl.

I LOVE needle felting!



10  FIBER ARTS / Felting: Completed Projects / My first projects on: September 29, 2014 03:55:05 PM
Lately I've been experimenting and enjoying something new for me: needle felting.

I'm a beginner, but I love this art, so more projects are on the way.


I would like to show you my first creatures  Cheesy (starting from the newest first)


Nerino


Chihuahua Brooch


Miss Pinkyscarf


Mr Greenscarf


Tiny Orange Cat


Tiny Barn Owl (that looks more like a ghost or an Eskimo XD)

I'm slowly learning and trying to doing better. For my next projects, I would like to try using pipe cleaners armatures. Any advice would be highly appreciated!

Thanks for watching  Smiley
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