Wool, Wiltshire and All Manner of Wonderful Things!

Needlefelting

I had the chance last month to attend another needlefelting workshop. This one run by the carers group. It was great fun as always and I came home with a pretty landscape.

which of course I set about stitching into.

And now I sit and look at it , the question is.

Whether it’s finished or not?

So I wondered what you think please.

Comments on: "Needlefelting" (13)

  1. I’m sure by now you’ve already had lots of comments and have made your own decision, but I think it’s finished. Love it! I’ve just read Lucy – Attic 24’s – Evening Moorland Heather post. If you haven’t seen it go and check it out, as I think you will like it.

  2. It’s beautiful! It looks perfect as it is. Of course I thought that about the original picture, and then your stitchwork made it even more lovely!

  3. Wow, beautiful!!

  4. Yes to the birds and faces on a few sheep! It’s a beautiful piece Cathy!

  5. That’s very pretty. I think it looks lovely as it is. Though I’m also thinking, maybe a couple of swallows in the sky. They will be leaving us for foreign shores this month. X

  6. That is a lovely piece and I like the suggestion of a bird or two in the sky, that movement would be a great add to the piece.

  7. Going Batty in Wales said:

    It looks lovely to me. If you did more what would that be?

  8. I agree about the sheep faces and the birds. That would just complete it nicely.

  9. I think it’s very sweet, and the added stitching really completes it. Well done!

  10. Maybe a bird or two in the sky? The stitching so far is perfect, and once again, you’ve made a very pretty piece.

  11. Ooo! Darling! (and my vote would be for a black “face” or three on those wee little sheep!)

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