Perfect for your desk at work or a student’s reminder of home! Complete with a spotty bandana or collar.
Approximately 10-12cm tall
Made with the proportions, shape and other characteristics of your dog. Fur patterning recreated. Complete with felted bandana or collar.
dog size approximately 12-13cm long and 10-12cm tall
Message me. I will need photographs of your dog, with as many viewpoints as you can, include back, legs, tail.
Postage currently costs £3.90 within the U.K.
I also post internationally and can quote you a price for that when you message me.
If you wish to have a variation on any of the above, please do get in touch! These are bespoke dogs made especially and uniquely for the customer and I want you to be happy with your new felted friend!
Hello! Welcome to my post about my needle felted bunnies !
Last week I was feeling a bit under the weather, you know, where you don’t feel awful but you have not a lot of energy.
Making more bowls felt out of the question as that involved standing in the kitchen for lengthy periods of time and vigourously rubbing and rolling as I wet felted.
A couple of weeks earlier, whilst sitting on a bus, I had noticed a rabbit (a pretend one) attached to a student’s rucksack and had that lightbulb moment; ping! I’ll make bag bunnies!
Here is my attempt.
Yeah, not great. Disheartened I left bunny making for a while…until last week when I thought I’d have another go.
What helped me this time was actually looking at REAL rabbits. I have two in my garden! What a wasted opportunity if I don’t observe them! I noticed that I’d got the nose shape all wrong and his front paws were too big.
Needle felted rabbits after real rabbit observation.
Actually, the rabbit with the carrot is a slightly improved version that I did once I’d got more in the swing of it. The first version wasn’t so smiley and his back feet not as substantial. He also didn’t start off with a green scarf.
I put the white rabbit on my Etsy shop and then rediscovered some accessories from my old card making/wedding invitation days.
This inspired me to make a bunny bride!
Bits and bobs
She holds paper roses
A veil and necklace
Using some of these accessories, I then improved my white bunny by adding a ribbon around her neck and giving her some flowers to hold. I made her feet more substantial too and improved her nose by adding a bit of brown under the pink. I relisted her as the new improved version.
Then followed smaller, “younger” bunnies… A cheeky brother and sister pair…
She wears a felt dress with flowers embroidered on.
And finally some babies! I had wet felted some brown Bluefaced Leicester wool a while ago (to make cloaks for little Lego figures) and thought this would make a lovely blanket for them. I blanket stitched around this and added some daisy stitches. I also wet felted a bowl shape as a bed and embroidered a couple of daisies on there too. All my bunnies, even these baby ones, have “whiskers”, made from threading invisible thread through their faces using a needle, ouch!
So, there we are. I really enjoyed my week of needle felting bunnies. It was exciting to feel myself getting better at the process as time went on. I came across the rabbit that was my very first attempt at needle felting, probably from a couple of years ago now.
I was so proud of him and I actually like the shape of him. Hmmm, might have a go at other bunnies in this pose…. I’m sure I will be returning to bunny felting again soon. Watch this space!
Most bunnies (apart from early “experiments”) available to buy at my Etsy shop.