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This mobile is something to behold! Four parachuting sheep: either wafting lazily from the clouds as sleep approaches, or buzzing down on a rescue mission for parents who need a little back up. It just depends what the night is like...

The four parachuters are attached to a green wool wrapped hoop measuring 12 inches across. Each lamb is needle felted out of white wool over a pipe cleaner frame with stitched eyes, measuring 2 inches. There are two light blue parachutes and two light orange parachutes. The parachutes were wet felted and topped with felt beads. Everything is tied together with pearl cotton.

The mobile measures 21 inches from the top bead to the feet of the bottom-most sheep.

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Our felted creations make great gifts. We are happy to ship to your gift recipient, with a gift message included. You can tell us all about it in "notes to seller" when making your purchase.

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Contents: 100% wool with cotton thread and pipecleaner
Made in USA
This is a decor item. THIS IS NOT A TOY.

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Our items do best when kept indoors, out of direct sunlight. Clean with a light feather duster or canned air, with spot cleaning at your discretion.

We were Featured Seller!
http://www.etsy.com/storque/spotlight/featured-seller-bossys-feltworks-12518/

This is a decor-only mobile, and is not meant for little hands.

Quartet of Parachuting Sheep - Needle Felted Mobile for the Nursery

Overview

  • Handmade item
  • Materials: wool roving, embroidery floss, pipe cleaners, embroidery hoop
  • Ships worldwide from United States
  • Feedback: 1873 reviews
  • Favorited by: 122 people