I am posting one of my needlefelted yorkies with a Millette I made. They just seemed to go together .
The Millette was not part of the auction...I think I will make her a yorkie just to display with her in the cabinet. Yeh, right...in my spare time
I hope this doesn't show up too big.
Oh,Nanc,your yorkie is soo beautiful(I'm a yorkie lover) and the doll is stunning also .I really appreciate your kindness.Is the long hair wool roving that you needle felted on.I'm thinking it would be done the same way I put hair on my fairy.This is a very early attempt at soft sculpture so please keep that in mind
Hope this works.Iknow exactly what you mean about the spare time.Thanks so much for sharing your picture.
Blessings and hugs,Shari.
She is so adorable Shari...I have been working on soft sculpture dolls too and I just absolutely love it. so much fun. I only do them for myself.
You have done a wonderful job on your very first...it is a lot more work than one would think, to make these little cuties.
Thanks so much for sharing the pictures.
AND thankyou Sue Ann for your sweet compliment!!!
Here is Mr. Stanley Gardner looking for tomatoe worms.....he climbe up to the top of the plants because he knows the worms like the new foliage best......yuck Stanleykins, I hope you don't find any....
I am sooo impressed with the two dolls, Shari and Nance. So beautiful the faces and the yorkie dog is cute too...what great talant
Nancy！you make wonderful doll !! your doll is so beautiful and
the yorkie is super cute. Can I ask you again, what Shari was asking?
Is the long hair wool roving that you needle felted on
sorry, I am so curios curios here..... plus...I like to see your avatar Nancy! :P
Shari, you are clever girl ♪ she is cute with the beautiful blue eyes and long curly hair.
I would love to learn how to do the hair !? thank you for sharing photos.
Dilu, Welcome back and when did you made Mr.Stanley ! He is handsome guy ♪
Please don't let him work too much do. he he
Hi! My name is Linda. I haven't created a bear since 2001. I started sculpting infants over the last few years. Recently, I sculpted a baby chimp and tang. I realized how much I missed working with fur......hairballs and all! I've just finished my first bear and it felt good getting back to my old roots again! I've combined my sculpting with bear making. I'm still rusty with my proportions with bears, they're nothing like babies! Luckily I found this site searching for "double jointed neck"! I look forward to chatting with all of you!
Hello Linda, thank you for your picture. I don't think your are
rusty at all ! your bear is gorgeous !!
I've visit your website and I love your infant babys and
monkey baby too ! soooooo cute. :D
Dilu, Lily and Mandie are so sweet cute !!!! :D:D
I love your gollies but your bear is adorable too
Oh My goodness! What a magnificent creature!
HE IS DROP DEAD GORGEOUS- wELCOME....i AM SO GLAD YOU came to play....caps lock got stuck on again.....sorry guys I am not really screaming at you. :D
anyway Welcome Linda.....we're a motley crew, but one thing we are not short on is HEART! This a great place to come for support and hugs