Or another felted landscape, using the scraps leftover from a felting evening class I attended 10 plus years ago, back in the day when there were evening classes.
I’m enjoying my return to felting. I might even try wet felting again.
Please check Kate’s site for links to other scrappy projects here https://talltalesfromchiconia.wordpress.com/2022/07/15/scraphappy-july-5/
Comments on: "July Scrap Happy-22" (30)
Love the embroidered daisies Cathy
What a sweet and serene landscape – nice work!
Really clever adding the rabbit buttons. You obviously should do more. So clever the way you build up the picture.
Looking great! Took me awhile to realize the buttons and the rabbits were the same 🙂
I love this, it’s great, and those rabbits are just so cute 🙂
They are cute and they were tired of living in a tin when they should have pride of place somewhere.
Absolutely lovely. I can see you are really enjoying doing this kind of work.
I am, it’s Good fun.
That is sooo cute, Cathy. The bunny buttons were perfect there. That’s a craft I have not tried…yet. 🙂
Plenty of time, winter will be with us! Says she sitting in a darkened room hiding from the sun. We’ve been told to pretend we’re Mediterranean for three days and have a siesta.
you’re really getting good at this needle felting lark! and love how you added extra techniques, with the embroidered flowers and the bunny buttons!
Thank you Claire this is really encouraging to read.
Love those little flowers you have added to the picture.
Thank you, they were enjoyable to stitch.
I think this is one craft you should definitely consider taking up again. If that’s made from scraps, just think what you could do if you had a wider range of supplies. It’s a sweet, happy, atmospheric image, and I’d love to see more.
The tutor was running down her felting supplies so we were encouraged to take bits from a vast array of colours. She was taking up a new career. You’ll love this. Doing makeup for emergency service training practice of crash victims, burns victims etc to make it more realistic for them. She had just started at the local museum making up scary witch for Halloween. I’m not joking she was being paid to do as she put it gory face painting. I suppose film and TV need scary face painters too. Her long term goal was film work.
Thank you though for this really encouraging comment. You’ll not be surprised to know I have a stash of Good stuff that I am reluctant to start using in case I mess up. It’s at least 8 years old. I must believe in myself more perhaps.
How sweet! I love your stitched flowers and those bunny buttons!
Thank you, glad you liked my embroidery.
There’s always a reason we hold on to things – this project looks just right. I would never have visualised the end result from what you started with. Job well done !
Well thank you, I am learning.
So cute! and very satisfying to be using leftovers from so long ago – I have some somewhere of about the same vintage, must dig it out.
Add some rust and you’ll be away.
That is an adorable landscape. I am amazed, Cathy!!
Thank you, it was pure fun.
That is a lovely picture and the buttons are fabulous – perfect to finish the picture off.
Been wondering what to do with the rabbits for ages
Lovely use of leftovers, your very talented