I am stocking up on owls- I want to have a good assortment for the Smithsonian Show which is in less than 1 month. Yikes! First, Snowy Owls.
White and brown snowy owl. And grey wings. This one is very stripe-y in its’ textures.
I had a request for a snowy owl and I’m getting ready for my owls class tomorrow. Yes, these 2 things go together. I have pulled out all the owl fabrics and I always need to do a refresher when … Continue reading
Does anyone want to come over and make a Tiny World pincushion with me? The class will be on September 29, 10 am to 4pm, at my house in Arlington, Massachusetts. The cost will be $95 and you can sign … Continue reading
This one- Wool knit sweater body, angora wings and alpaca tummy patch. This other one- Soft wool body and cable knit wings. If any of these owls inspire you, I have a pattern available here if you are moved to … Continue reading
Light colors but not snowy whites. I got this zig-zag wool a long time ago and I’ve never figured out what to use it for. It was a midi skirt and I bought it at a thrift store in Ithaca, … Continue reading
Whenever I am making orange owls, I think to myself, Here we go, back to the 70’s! And this one is especially 70’s reminiscent because that BROWN PLAID! I might have had a jumper with fabric like that? I think … Continue reading
One is brown- He is super soft. The dark brown of his body is some kind of cashmere blend. The tummy herringbone is also cashmere. The boucle wings and hood are a blend of wool and alpaca and I’m not … Continue reading
First is a herringbone owl- Herringbone body and herringbone ears. The second owl with woven patterns, this one with houndstooth and ? I don’t know if the weave on the hood has a name. Here they are, out in the … Continue reading
These two are made from sweaters with classic knit patterns- the first one with a Nordic black and white pattern- the second with a dark grey cable. And then with the scraps of all the other wools to bring them … Continue reading