Needle Felted Strawberry

Needle-Felted Strawberry

This is made by needle-felting wool fleece onto a 7.5″ x 10″ sheet of wool felt.

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Needle Felted Pear

Needle Felted Pear

This is just about life size, and is wool fleece that I have needle-felted onto a sheet of wet-felted wool.

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Another Felted Still Life

Felt Veg16″ x 16″ wool fleece on merino wool felt

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Needle Felted Wool Still Life of a Ball

This measures 7.5" x 10".

This measures 7.5″ x 10″ and is wool fleece needle felted on to a piece of gray wool felt.

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Knitting Pattern for Favorite Hat

and he has a big head

If you would like to purchase the pattern to knit this hat yourself, please click on the “buy now” link below. There are written instructions as well as a schematic drawing.

It will cost you $1.50.

You will need about 115 yards of any aran weight yarn, and size 8 needles, or whatever size needle that gives you a gauge of 4 stitches to one inch. You will need both 4 double pointed needles and one circular needle (24″ or smaller).

Finished circumference of this hat is 21″ relaxed but it stretches a few inches more.

You will need to know how to cast on, how to knit, to purl, and how to do a single decrease called slip-slip-knit (SSK).

on a normal size head

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My Latest Knitting Project, I mean Puzzle

I am really excited about this latest design, but I keep thinking about variations I want to do on it before I post the pattern. It is knit in one piece in the round (yet it is a cardigan!) so it is all done in stockinette stitch, knitting every row, with the exception of the K1 P1 rib. The rib trim that goes all the way around are the last rows.

So fun to watch this one emerge as it was in progress.

I am also excited about these photo-shoot-locations accessible by bike only.

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I bought this huge box of pastels back in the mid seventies. I had just spent three summers doing portrait sketches with pastels on the boardwalk in New Jersey. So for some reason, I decided to buy myself a big beautiful box of pastels as some kind of reward, which, naturally, I then never used because I had gotten sick of working with pastels. I still have the box, so I decided to use them the other day, and here is the result.

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