A Lot of Felting!

I was asked awhile back to create the prizes for the upcoming Northern California Shetland Sheep Dog Herding Club Trial. I met with their representative and we planned out what she thought they would like.

Here’s what we came up with (I think we could be humming “…and a partridge in a pear tree”!)

Four bowls/glass cozies:

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Four purses/organizers (thanks, Dona, for the beautiful linings!):

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Four beverage cup sleeves:

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Four sets of dryer balls:

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Six Merino-Silk scarves (thanks for all the dyeing, Collen!)

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Seven hot pads and mug rugs:

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And twenty (!) gift card holders.

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The trial is this weekend. Nellie, and all the sheep providing the wool would like to wish all the dogs good luck!

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Published in: on October 2, 2014 at 1:47 am  Comments (5)  

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  1. Awesome prizes! Beautiful work but that is no surprise.

  2. Congratulations, you finished your order and everything looks fantastic. Nice job,

    Colleen Simon Fiber Confections http://www.fiberconfections.com

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  3. Wow! You’ve been busy and have made wonderful things for the lucky winners. You have such a wonderful ability to think outside the warp and weft!

    • Thanks! It was an interesting challenge. Working to a deadline is always tricky for me.


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