My Kids have been working with their 4H animals all summer long. August is crunch time for getting them broke to lead. I have been wanting to work on a bigger project for some time and was inspired by my son Tucker’s 4H calf “Shep”. Each of my kids that are still at home have to beef animals that they have been working with and Shep was the most easy going and lovable of the bunch. Here are a few pictures of the felting process. I really enjoyed being able to run outside and look at shep when I needed to instead of just going by pictures.
He is available to purchase Here.
A few projects that I completed in July 2014. They are available to purchase in my Etsy shop.
This Saturday, July 19th at the North Dakota State Fair you can bid on the needle felted Bison pictured below. All the proceeds will support the FFA members and activities. The Bison was sculpted out of wool using the art of needle felting by Teresa Woodbury Perleberg. The Bison is donated by the Wyndmere FFA.
I had some fun making these! :-) They make me laugh.
I have made several sculptures of Bull Moose and it was time to make a cow with her twin calves.
Christmas In July
Dakota Fiber Mill, Kindred, ND
Snowman Needle Felting Class with Teresa Perleberg
Saturday, July 19
1 pm (3 hour class)
Cost is $48 (all supplies included)
Dakota Fiber Mill 17061 54th St SE Kindred, ND
Call or text Chris: 701-238-4002
This needle felting class is for beginners and experienced felters.
You will learn how to make a snowman out of wool using the art of needle felting.
It has finally warmed up here in North Dakota. The beautiful weather draws me outside and keeps me from my felting projects. The garden is planted, flower beds weeded, graduations attended. Now it’s time to get some fun felting projects completed.