About My Felted Critters

  I've started to work on some bunnies, lambs, chicks, ducks etc. for Easter.

                                                   Small white bunny
Little lamb
A Red Fox

Head close up. I used horse hair for his whiskers.
                                          A funny little kitty
                                                  Standing Bunny

Gnome and his wife.
                                              Little Grey donkey

                                               A Black and White lamb.


A Red Squirrel pin.

A Boarder Collie pin.

A friends Boarder Terrier

   I have devoted this page to talk about my felting. The animals and creatures I create are totally my own. I sometimes use photo's to help me get a realistic feel and to make sure they are correctly colored and proportioned. I will also do replicas of pets for people such as dogs, cats, horses, birds or any other creature.
  I discovered this medium quite by accident while surfing the net for animal pictures. I saw these awsome realistic animals so I clicked on them and learned all about needle felting. It's just like sculpting out of wool. I find the results very satisfying and working on them a good way to get my creative juices flowing.
  After discovering felting I had to find out where I could get supplies. I went online and found a great sight called "Living Felt". They carry everything you need. I then found out about a place in Peterborough called "Needles in the Hay" that also carried wool roving. I was talking to some freinds one day and they told me about a little shop in Port Hope called "The Black Lamb" that has the biggest supply of colors and textures that I could ever want and it's so close to me! I was so excited .
  So now I have a large supply of colors etc to make a lot of critters and I'm hoping to get a lot done over the summer to sell for Christmas. I think I'll put some up for sale on my blog. I have a bunch that I've made that need a good home.
A Pronghorn Antelope


A dragon I make for my son.


Big Horn Sheep

Red Panda

Pegasus, made for my daughter.

  So if anyone is interested in purchasing or ordering one you can contact me through this blog or to this email address.   houstonhorses@gmail.com 

  Today I'm putting the finishing touches on a red fox I've been working on. I should be able to post it soon.

A bunny and chick pin

A tiny bunny.

A baby wild duck pin.

A little chick pin.

A chick pin.

A little dragon pin.

A dragon commisioned for someone.

A little old man.

A Kitty and Pony

Two tiny ponies.

A ferret.

A mouse



1 comment:

Justin Case said...

Great works! the dragon and the pegasus in particular are beautiful!