Wednesday, September 3, 2008

More Double Trouble

I have a flock of (needle felted) sheep headed to the Artisan Center in Berea, Kentucky, this week. Here is one of my new favorites.



Every sheep I make has his or her own unique personality, just like our real life sheep. In fact, I've had custom orders for a particular sheep in a particular pose and as I start working I've been told "I'm not hungry. I want to look at something over there!" And, try as I will, their heads will not stay down grazing, but in fact end up looking up, right where they want.

You can also guess that once they are given babies, they are not to be separated. This momma does look a little frazzled, but you know there is no way she'd ever let those babies out of her sight ;-).

5 comments:

Nancy K. said...

They are SO precious! I looked at your felted gifts link and am in awe of all your wonderful ideas! Do you make it all yourself? What great marketing!!

~Tonia~ said...

Those are adorable! I love all your little felted creations.

Dianne said...

Sara-those are incredibly cute! You captured that "climbing on mom" exercise perfectly. (I love it when I see them doing that.)

She sure is strange! said...

Aren't they sweet!!! Bet their mama would love for them to take a nap!

Molly

thecrazysheeplady said...

Thanks for all the nice comments! Yes, I make them all myself. Well, PPPP, Peabody, Annabelly, Boudreaux, Miss Ewenice... all help quite a bit ;-).

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