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Some people call be quirky, other people call me strange, still other people call me Thea, because that's what my actual name is.

I've always loved fiber. I started my crafting love with a huge latch rug kit I never finished. Then I started doing cross stitch, then plastic canvas work, crochet, knitting, etc. I still knit, but the art of need felting has taken over.

I'm originally from Los Angeles, lived in the UK for the past 4 years, and have just arrived back home.

My work is highly influenced by the cultures I've lived in, from the pop-culture references like this labyrinth worm http://www.etsy.com/listing/83737926/ello-labyrinth-worms-blue-uncle-barry to cups of tea and of course the cute little animals I see on long country walks…

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  • Joined June 17, 2009

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Wool, silly

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    Handmade needle felted cute and quirky...

About

Some people call be quirky, other people call me strange, still other people call me Thea, because that's what my actual name is.

I've always loved fiber. I started my crafting love with a huge latch rug kit I never finished. Then I started doing cross stitch, then plastic canvas work, crochet, knitting, etc. I still knit, but the art of need felting has taken over.

I'm originally from Los Angeles, lived in the UK for the past 4 years, and have just arrived back home.

My work is highly influenced by the cultures I've lived in, from the pop-culture references like this labyrinth worm http://www.etsy.com/listing/83737926/ello-labyrinth-worms-blue-uncle-barry to cups of tea and of course the cute little animals I see on long country walks.
http://www.etsy.com/listing/67363573/cute-hugging-bunny-sculpture-a-wool

If you'd like to learn more about me an my adventures, please see my blog http://fibrouscreations.com

Something else that’s important to me, and something that I’ve noticed is true on both sides of the pond, is a concern for the environment. Fortunately wool is a sustainable material. Over the course of a year sheep grow a fluffy mass of wool, and each spring they get their big fluffy hair cut, making wool a sustainable and renewable natural material. I'm proud to be using a renewable source to create my own unique creatures who exist for your own delight.

Wanna say hello? Just click here to convo me:
http://www.etsy.com/convo_new.php?to_username=fibrous&referring_listing_id=63522565&ref=ls_contact_top
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If you have an etsy shop I'd be happy to discuss a barter, just convo me with your suggestion.

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