I finished my latest needle-felting project yesterday. You caught a glimpse of it in this week's Wordless Wednesday, but here it is in full. I was too excited to wait for good indoor light so I hauled it outside for a few shots.
It's a pair of yellow amanitas growing out of a vintage textbook, Physiology Of The Fungi, circa 1951. The whole scene is made of wool and while it's glued inside the book, there is no other glue used. Just lots of poke poke poking with the felting needle.
There are of course some sporophytes in the moss.
You'll be seeing more in this series soon I think.
What are you working on these days?