Monday, March 8, 2010

Kids And Clothes

I was recently approached by a member of the Lexington Woman's Club and asked if I would donate a felted sheep for their upcoming fundraiser. They provide clothes, coats, hats, gloves and toiletries to elementary school kids who need a little help. I was happy to help.



Since this is for kids, I decided to add a lamb.



The curly wool comes from Miss Ewenice and I can't help but see her in this momma.



Looking up to mom.



Looking through the gate.

Oh good grief Keebs. I can take pictures of other sheep sometimes. Yeesh.



OH GOOD GRIEF MOM. NOW WHAT'S HE COMPLAINING ABOUT?!? YEESH!!

16 comments:

colleen said...

The little sheep are adorable, but oh that face!

Christine said...

I love your felted sheep. The expression is perfect.

Keep it up, Keebs. You'll wear her down eventually.

Alice said...

I hope your momma and baby sheep creation helps them raise a lot of money. You didn't tell us how to participate :-).
I think Keebler wants some extra 'Nilla Wafers because he is so cute! How can you resist that face? Great pictures to begin the work week with a smile.

Camp said...

LOVELY...your designs come alive! They are fortunate to receive your help and I know it makes you feel so great that you can help!

Donna said...

I LOVE your felted sheep designs...I do a rather whimsical design , but just love yours! They come to life!

Crazy Lady with purple fingers said...

Love the felted sheep, Keebs has the most adorable face and he knows how to use it!!

Deb W said...

Your felted sheet are so beautiful, and it's amazing how you can craft them to be so full of personality. Even though she doesn't have a black face, you captured Miss Ewenice's elegant profile perfectly!

Lori Skoog said...

You are quite spectacular in the sheep making department! And your place is heavenly...oh to have grass.

Shirley said...

Really nice felting. I have a felted mouse on a pin-cushion; I have to keep it away from my cats!
I plan on getting 3 or 4 sheep this year for my collies to work, I'll get some from a friend who has dog-broke sheep. Should be interesting!

Pam said...

Well, see Mom, you're really NOT supposed to take pictures of other sheep. It's all about me. Didn't you know that?

Tammy said...

Your talent is awesome. Those two sheep are absolutely the most lovely things--you can just see the bond between momma and baby.
Tammy

Shelley said...

I think I'll figure out where they will raffle or whatever they do with the sheepy and lamb. That is so adorable!!! The curly fleece is just such a nice touch.

flowerweaver said...

Definitely the head held high on the felted sheep gives it the right touch for Miss Ewenice. Lovely!--I hope it's a big hit at the fundraiser!

Ed said...

BIG SMILE!!!! Keebs is the best.:-)

DayPhoto said...

Adorable! And so is Keebs.

Linda
http://coloradofarmlife.wordpress.com/

tonya fedders said...

I love your felted sheep!! I'm going to have to check out where we can bid on them :) They are amazing.

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