Ten needle-felted acorns, with real acorn caps (natural or sprayed a festive silver). They are placed 10 cm apart (so cover a metre in distance (total including loops on the end – 1m40cm) They can be made in a range of colours and shades.
Just for fun I made this needle-felted Marge Simpson, to go with Homer (I made him a few months ago).
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On a bit of a flower mission at the moment – must be the winter (had our first snow yesterday) making me long for the spring already.
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So, a few months ago I made a bag, just for fun. I put it to one side and then forgot about it.
Last week, in an effort to move into the 21st century, we bought a tablet.
And guess what? The bag I made is the perfect size for our new toy.
I still have the outline, so if anyone out there is looking for a custom made tablet cover (10inch) I can make you one in many different colours (or combination of colours). Like us on Facebook and ask for details
A selection of felt broches I have made
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I love the bright colours used in rangoli. Diwali is a great festival using lovely bright colours and lights and is as good an excuse as any to eat a curry.
This is my first attempt at making sheets of pre-felt then cutting out shapes and then using them to create a picture. I searched for a simple design (many rangoli pictures are quite complex) and found one here. The choice of colours are mine.
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