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Friday, October 5, 2012

Where it came from...where it's going

A few days ago I was inspired to start a project by a few things.
First off it was fellow blogger Aputsiaq (all things Nordic!) and her post about Nils, here.
He was a bit of a bad lad but ended up on a great adventure on this...
The new roving I found last week from Knotty by Nature has been revealing
many new ideas...like whispers from between the fibres.
My third inspiration was this brand new boy...
So, here, a little something for him to gaze up at and dream up his own adventures...
Sometimes the inspiration just seems to flow from one thing to the next.
Easy peasy, lemon sqeezy!
 


8 comments:

Aputsiaq said...

So, so wonderful! I simply love Nils...and that small, cute baby! An amazing post. And thanks for linking to my blog :O))

Stone Angel said...

Just incredible - You are the BEST! What a lucky little chap.

Mairéad said...

What a wonderful creation for the new arrival - he's so cute.

Mary said...

How exquisite and special! Love love! :) You are so very creative and talented.. i know i've said that before, but i just can't get over HOW talented and creative you are, Kerry. If i close my eyes, i can see my grown self going on wonderful adventures with him too..

Foxglove Lane said...

SO beautiful, what a fantastic talent you have! Your photos are wonderful too, full of love and gentleness. Now I am inspired......

rachel said...

What a touching magical gift.Your feltwork has some kind of impish fun character to it....thanks for showing it !

Ciara said...

Oh Kerry, this is out of this world. How beautiful! I love it.

And the photos of the new arrival and his Mama are just beautiful. xxx

farmlady said...

There really is something about your felt creations. What a wonderful gift... what beautiful photos of this mother and child.