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Mx.Drago

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This was my first felted little friend. I love felting but it takes a lot of time stabbing raw wool with really sharp needles.

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Baba that's -crap- is real....esp the last two...totally fly and crazy good.

Keep that -crap- up..

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Thank you! My arch nemesis is charcoal, always end up with my nose being clogged with black it's the worse. ? Charcoal gets everywhere

Wool can be a bit of a hassle with allergies and dried rough fingers. Your hands get dried out from touching it too much it sticks to your skin like velcro. Lotion, hand balms, and even lip balm can help to fix the problem of dry rough fingers. I also knit and crochet so my fingers need the care.

The biggest problem with felting is you can end up stabbing yourself with the felting needles, if you are not careful and paying attention to where your fingers are. ? Caught the tips of my fingers a couple of times, and even needed to take breaks between pieces to heal. I prefer my work not have bloodstaines.

4 hours ago, Kellysinclair101 said:

Very cute hun . I'm think cool  the rest is itching  already   so cute  . Wool my arch  nemesis  

 

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Wow, you have some serious artistic talent. The pieces are all so adorably cute. Thanks for sharing them and your exceptional skills with us. Have a great day! Hugs!

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11 hours ago, Mx.Drago said:

This was my first felted little friend. I love felting but it takes a lot of time stabbing raw wool with really sharp needles.

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I love this little guy...so cute!  You’re very talented @Mx.Drago

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Sally Stone

I've never heard of felting before, but Drago, you have got real talent.  Those woolen animals are so cute.

 

Hugs,

 

Sally

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My partner felts.  And knits.  Mad people.  Effing crazy in a yarn store.  Hugs. Grace.

 

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Thank you all for posting!?

4 hours ago, sleepinflame said:

My partner felts.  And knits.  Mad people.  Effing crazy in a yarn store.  Hugs. Grace.

 

Lol. Yeah I could get lost and it could just be a single room, forget Michael's. For me I need the right colors, plus it can get expensive?.

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Ahhhh! So cute!!! I can't even!

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This is the largest and finest piece yet. Making it for my mom, wanted it done a while ago but got sick and then pandemic gave me more time for it. It's still not done cuz it's suppose to be more a life sized doll. Wanted to put magnets in the hands so it can use the force to pull a metal ball or get the Mandalorian chain.

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wait this a time...omg...You and susan have crazy skill...Make America great again Feb a bear

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? Thank you for your posts. Your words help immensely. I had many pets growing up and since been hunkering down with my partner, feel deprived of my familiars who are currently with my mom next town over from where I am

Younger me use to paint rocks into animals I wasn't able to have, make alittle zoo, except really cheap on maintance, little dusting and no direct sunlight makes all custom painted pet rocks happy. Sadly, didn't photograph the collection cuz I'm so close but so far from it at the present moment.?Finally got a good new camera.

But whatever, now I have new pets and they are way more soft and fluffy, also fairly low maintenance, but are prone to absorbing smells from the air and also no direct sunlight. Sunlight is pretty and warm but it burns everything over an extended period of time.

Every now and then will post new fuzzies to add to the fuzzy army. Though it requires a lot of focus time, I enjoy it greatly, and it's a small reward in itself when completed. I still miss my familiars. ?

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