I just finished this sleeping baby chipmunk, needle felted in 100% wool and now available on my Etsy shop.
I tried a different felting technique to give this baby raccoon long, soft fur, and added more realistic details. See him on Etsy! He’s waiting for his forever home.
Meet my new baby opossum, who’s needle felted in wool and waiting for his forever home!
See him on Etsy.
I just finished this needle felted opossum — he’s life sized at about two feet long! This is an art piece and he’s on my Etsy here: https://www.etsy.com/ca/listing/565357307/large-life-sized-needle-felted-opossum
This needle felted chippy is now waiting for his forever home. See him on Etsy!
Nature is the most practical metaphysicist. Every morning I sit outside, quietly observing. Today I was awe-struck by a multitude of interesting things happening in my backyard, all speaking to the complexity and yet deep practicality of nature.
I feed the squirrels, chipmunks, and blue jays – they all know me and approach me in different ways. My town is a nice, clean and quiet place, but also known for a high rat population (apparently some junkyard was disturbed and dispersed them). Having had several pet rats in my life, I enjoy watching them dig up worms and eat from the feed pile. We leave out simple deer feed that attracts just about every animal around. Today the baby rats were out as they are just getting big enough to romp beyond the nest. Then I saw a squirrel carrying its fairly small baby back to its tree – it’s odd for October, in Canada, to have such a late litter. I’ve noticed evidence of second or even third litters happening here this year.
Other things caught my interest — we had good winds last night and a huge branch has fallen off our maple tree. Doves were walking along the ground with their wings outstretched. There has been a hatch of little midge-like insects – again, a little odd for October.
But nature is clever. She knows.