What a wonderful lion! That would be a very interesting addition to anyones collection.
I really love the very long muzzle and how far it comes down so the mouth can be elogated, giving him such a somber intelligent look.
Very artsy and very well done, thank you for sharing your photo.
Jane, I got the patteren from a shop in Calgary. Here is their website.
I was fortunate enough to be able to visit there this summer - they have a wonderful selection of patterns, fabrics, needlefelting supplies, quilting, etc. etc.
Most of the patterns are from Bramblebury and what's even nicer is that there is a bear from each pattern in the store!
I love him...reminds me of Clarence the Cross-eyed Lion from my very young childhood. I had a stuff animal of Clarence and at the time I thought he was enormous...actually he isn't that big at all...my mother still has him...crossed-eyes and all...but very well loved.
Does anyone else remember that TV show?
Marion, here is the link to the patterns: http://pages.prodigy.net/jpaulholcomb/h … terns.html Also, in that box under the MOPPETS button, you can scroll down to "Patterns" and click. Thanks a bunch for looking!