Sunday, November 30, 2008

Busy busy busy

Whew! What a couple of weeks it's been around here. Busy, busy, busy, and it doesn't look like my schedule is going to clear up anytime soon. It may be a bit before I get back to "normal" but I wanted to pop in and let you know what I've been working on.

Today was acorn day. I prepared gobs of wool for felting and did indeed get some felting done. I had gathered more acorn caps the other day when our weather was nice, and they've been cleaned and ready to go. I have a few projects in the works that are a slight departure from my standard acorns, and I can't wait to get them finished so I can share them with you.

I was also able to get two felted scarves made this weekend, something I truly enjoy. Yesterday it was a bit colder and the suds from the felting process froze to my work surface. Yikes! I'll get the finished products photographed soon.

I hope you're all enjoying your own projects and busy lives. As a parting shot, here is a photo of my pre-felted acorns on my workbench. Enjoy!



6 comments:

Sonia said...

Hi sweetie :)
What a happy little fellow in your bowl of felted balls ! :D Brought a smile on my face ! It's been such a crazy couple of weeks over here, and I suppose it's super busy at your place right now ! I keep thinking about you & hope you manage to do it all, my friend ! :)
Good luck for everything. *Ü* Big big hugs to you & your little ones ! OXOXO

Shealyn's Mama: said...

love your little monkey in there! what a pretty bowl of yummie yarn.

Mrs.Kwitty said...

LOL--love your little friend in the soon-to-be-acorns bowl!! Fun.
Smiles, Karen

kate said...

how do you do it!? do you just jam those little felted balls into a cap? glue? do you do it while the felt is still wet?

i'm a total felting novice, however my son and i have made felt candy canes. which rock.

Lisa at Lil Fish Studios said...

Thank you so much, everyone for stopping in!

Kate - basically, yeah! :D Actually, I do let the felted balls dry first and then fit them to an appropriate-sized cap and then glue them in with a bit of glue. I hope you try it, it's an addictive little project.

kate said...

great, thanks! i'm sure i'll frequent your blog now!

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