I’ve created a variety of felt pieces for my nieces and nephews from the book “Felt Friends from Japan: 86 Super-cute Toys and Accessories to Make Yourself.” They love their felt animals! The other week while we were in Missouri, I stitched a pink bunny from felt. Now I’m trying to name him. Help me name my bunny! I’m going to post the “name game” at my Facebook page to see what my followers think he should be named. You can join in the name game fun by leaving a name suggestion here at my blog or at my Facebook page.
I am addicted to stitching with felt. One of the things that I like about creating felt projects is that the supplies needed are minimal and they are not messy. These qualities make working with felt, a very portable craft, which means that I can bring my felt projects along with me when I’m away from home. I have brought along my felt supplies when I’ve been visiting my sisters’ houses out of state. Once on the way home from my sister’s in Tennessee, I stitched a felt piece in the car. Now that’s a great way to pass time while on a long car ride home. Stitching felt is so much fun no matter whether on the road or at home stitching on the couch. The photo below shows my nephew, Andrew, along with some of the felt animals that I created while visiting them.