Our recent workshop was on needle felting, and specifically on 3D needle felting. Many of us have played with the pad and the rather dangerous – unless you’re careful – needles in the past, but not all of us have had a go at making needle-felted animals. This was our chance, and here’s a progression…
It’s going to be a head. Or maybe a body.
Definitely a body.
The first one was indeed a head, now attached and given a nose.
One penguin watching the birth of another penguin. As it were…
and here’s a duckling, and a whole array of other creatures:
and, of course, a toadstool.
Many, many thanks to our tutors, and to Sue who took the pictures!
And many thanks to all the people who have enjoyed our blog, contacted us through it, come along to our meetings because of it or said hello to us when they have spotted us spinning in public. Sadly, this will be the penultimate post (at least for a while – who knows, circumstances may change). The demands of work have made it very difficult for me to get to meetings and it’s not the same if you can’t join in. So in the next post I will round off the year with a look back at the six and half years of Llyn Guild blogs – and our online activity will move exclusively to our Facebook page.