Friday, August 11, 2017

Yarn Bombing Day

Tuesday, December 20, 2011

Friday, September 24, 2010


A little gargoyle made from scraps. I wish the photo showed the
details better...

Sunday, August 01, 2010

Martha's relping protege creates

Thanks to Martha's encouragement and hands-on assistance, two little projects of mine finally got done. (She says I bring incomplete projects that seem beyond my capabilities to her and whimper. Basically that's true and I'm very grateful to her both for introducing me to relping and for her endless encouragement and support.) Martha also took these pictures (she made me post them myself).

I believe Tiny Teddy Bear started life as a goddess figure. Baby Jesus was created for a friend's antique nativity set after the original was chewed by her dog.

Saturday, May 15, 2010

It has been quite a while since any of the relpers posted anything. Everybody is, well... too busy relping! I've snared another pal into needle-felting. She's also trying out the spinning class at Wild Rivers Wool.

Speaking of the shop, Wild Rivers Wool Factory will be celebrating another birthday at the end of May. It has survived two years in Langlois, a major accomplishment for any small business along the Oregon coast. I'll be dropping by to congratulate Sandie and Cindy. If you are traveling in southern Oregon be sure to stop in and say "hello!"

And check out the new supply of felted fish!

Thursday, December 24, 2009

Latest creations - A bunny and a bear, needle-felted on a day spent tending the desk at Wild Rivers Wool in Langlois.

Wednesday, November 25, 2009

Still relping. Really!

Relping has been happening even though blogging about it hasn't. I have lots of hats, wall hangings, and felted fish among the items on sale at Wild Rivers Wool Factory in Langlois. It is nice to have somewhere to consign things so I can pay for my craft addictions with the money!

Yesterday my friend from Port Orford visited and we needle-felted together so I thought I'd post her picture and a photo of the fish I finished. I took them into the shop this morning and the blue one sold almost immediately along with a hat I'd made sometime earlier this year. It makes having to slow for all the RVs on the road worth it when the tourists stop to patronize the shop.