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This cute little Bunny is wearing a beautiful wool dress. She is made from solid wool, and is an original design. She is 5 inches tall and 2.5 inches wide. She has glass eyes. She is complete with legs, feet and cute little white tail.
The bunny pictured is the bunny you will recieve.
What people are saying about the "Bunnies in Dresses" Collection:
~another adorable bunny ! now I have a Pair to enjoy. these are the sweetest creations and a delight to have in your collection......don't miss out !
~So awesomely cute!
~This little darling is even more precious and intricate in person!! This seller was a delight to do business with, always friendly, communicative, quick to respond to my inquiries and a speedy shipper to boot! I recommend her work highly and encourage anyone browsing her shop to BUY WITH CONFIDENCE, for you won't be disappointed. A top-notch artisan indeed!!!!
~ Words are inadequate to describe the amazing talent this artist possesses to have created such a creative needlefelt "MASTERPIECE"! I am so proud to display this little bunny in my curio cabinet!! HIGHLY RECOMMEND!!!!
~What an absolutely exquisite little rabbit. The personality is totally charming and the level of art very high. Super quick shipping and lovely conversation. I will re-visit. Too wonderful.
~Oh my heavens! This is one of the cutest and most personality filled felted Americans I have ever encountered! She is adorable. Really high quality artisanship. Super lightning fast with shipping. Lovely interaction with seller. Careful packing. I am so glad I gave this little jewel a home. :)
Comes from a smoke free home.
Fast shipping is a priority!
To see more of my art, go to www.bearcreekfelting.com
Please feel free to ask questions. Thank you!
Felting Needles are small straight needles with barbs cut along the shaft. When repeatedly pushed into a tuft of wool fibers, the barbs pull the fibers down, compressing and locking them together. The barbs are cut in one direction so that felting or matting together of the fibers will occur when the needle is pushed in and not when it is pulled out.
This felting process makes a large tuft of wool condense down into a more dense mass of wool. Stabbing the wool more in one spot will depress that area creating a dent or depression in the sculpture. Each piece takes many hours to complete and thousands of stabs with the felting needle.
All my pieces are made of solid wool that comes from my flock of Romney Sheep. They start with a tuft of carded wool and develop into an animal sculpture. We process the wool on our farm. Most of my pieces are inspired by our farm animals or animals in the wild. I first take or find many pictures of the animal from all angles. I then sculpt the animal out of wool as I study the pictures.