Wednesday, March 2, 2011

Heaven to Betsy Wools

Sure wish I could feed my wool addiction. These wools look good enough to eat to a Rug Hooker.
Check out the wonderful wools of 

I have not tried these personally but I have heard from several Rug Hookers that these a great wools.
I like that you do not have to buy a full yard. They have half yard prices.

Tuesday, March 1, 2011

Lizzy Beth Bunny

 Lizzy Beth has found a new home

 Prims Nest

This rabbit has been on my mind for several years. As an artist there comes a time when what you have envisioned and often drawn must be created. This is the case with Bunny Rabbit Lizzy Beth. She wanted to be created and I am thrilled with the results.

Bunny Lizzy Beth is a 14 ½” tall hand hooked free standing doll.
She was hand drawn on linen and hooked with #8 cut strips of wool. The wools used are quality wools and some are hand dyed. The pattern of the wool used for her head, ears, hands and legs really gives her the appearance of having fur. Her dress is various shades of purple and the apron is various shades of pink. Every color used is muted. Notice the bow on her head matches the pink of her apron. The dress has a white collar at the neck, the bottom dress hem is also trimmed in white as well as the sleeves adding a lacy look to the dress. The neck collar also has a little rusty tin bell. Notice the ties of the apron on the back these are strips of wool. Around Lizzy Beth’s legs I created the look of a field of grass filled with raised flowers.

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