I thought I'd end the week with a wee giveaway. After continuing with the mushroom theme this week, it only seems fitting that today I sat down and needle-felted a small sculpture from some of the mushroom-dyed wool I talked about this week. As a thank you for tuning in, I'd like to offer it to one of you.
The tops are a lovely raspberry color from Lobster mushrooms, dotted with french knots dyed with the same. The underside is that great mustard yellow from the Phaeolus, and the stem is a cream color from the Sulphur Shelf.
The little piece is about 5" tall from the top of the tallest mushroom to the bottom of the cedar stump.
***this giveaway is now closed***
***To enter, talk to me about mushrooms.***
Tell me in the comments what interests you about them, or why you don't like them, or ask me a question about them, or give me your best mushroom soup recipe...something about mushrooms.
***One comment per person please.***
I'll draw a name on Monday evening and announce the winner on Tuesday morning. (Sept. 13 2011)
I'll ship worldwide, but do keep in mind that the piece of cedar branch has its shaggy bark still attached, so while this giveaway is open to everyone please understand that if your country doesn't allow natural materials (like bark) to enter, your mushrooms may get stopped at customs.
Thanks so much, everybody!
It's been a fun week for me with all the mushroom talk. I hope you enjoyed it too.