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Birds on a Picnic

Birds on a Picnic

When visiting Gotland I hand felted and sculptured a little bird. Then I embellished him like crazy, adding sequins to the chest, curly and coloured wool to the bum and yellow wings for him to fly with: Related PostsTwo amigurumi friends in one photosetting Tea party in Wonderland Hello Kitty, Hello Normality

Recycled Wool Sleaves

Recycled Wool Sleaves

I made myself “wool sleaves” this winter by cutting apart several felted wool sweater arms and sewing them together. I love to recycle wool! I sewed this on mom’s fancy sewing machine and decided to leave the selvedge on the outside for a grungy look. What do you think? Strange or fun? I thought I’d […]

Recycled Wool Rose Wreath

Recycled Wool Rose Wreath

I can not believe I have not made a wreath until this year! It’s high time to craft something when you’ve been thinking about it for years, don’t you agree? :-) Ta-daa! As I made this one I decided to document the process and create a tutorial. I hope you like it. A wreath (drrkrans) […]

The Pink Kanzashi and the Red Hat that s...

The Pink Kanzashi and the Red Hat that shrunk

As promised a crafty project presentation. It’s a crocheted red hat with a pink kanzashi flower that I made! Here are the two pretty things put together; But let’s start from the beginning, shall we? Once upon a time there was this creative girl with an itch in her fingers to do something… Related PostsRag […]

Needle felt a tiny teddy bear

Needle felt a tiny teddy bear

I bought a needle felting kit at Ebay last year. There are 10 colors of wool, a couple of special needles and a foam-rubber-like cushion in my kit, and it was actually cheaper to get it from the US than trying to find it here in Sweden for that money! I’ve made a tiny heart […]

To Recycle an angora sweater

To Recycle an angora sweater

I found a lot of wool sweaters at the Recycle workshop. I put all of them in the washer over night. The first day I grabbed this, already felted, angora sweater and started to make a cap. I just cut it out free hand, and sewed it together on the sewing machine. Then I embroidered […]