Lisa Maris’ handmade swan and baby cygnet.
Today Christine Newell showed our craft group how to needle-felt a swan on a lake.
This is craft from Marga Donker’s tutorial in Living Crafts Magazine, Spring 2011 edition. Marga is a member of our community at the Waldorf School of Orange County. She and I overlapped some courses in Foundation Studies. Her family moved back to the Netherlands.
A beautiful tutorial from Living Crafts Magazine.
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Christine brought in a drum carder for the felters to mix colorful rovings. Josephine and Jeanine needle-felting drum carded wool roving for the ponds.
Kathy’s swan. Her 3rd grader proudly brought it to school next day to show her friends and teachers her mother’s beautiful handwork. How sweet!
Meanwhile, Heather worked on our hooked rug.
Click here to view our Starry Night Hooked Rug, completed.
Josephine’s swan has a graceful long arc of a neck.
Josephine has been busy needle-felting this picture for her daughter.
She loves the Peace Fleece wool batting because it gives the pictures more body such as seen in the pink flowers on the top left corner.
If you really love this project, you can try your luck to win this and a whole lot more. Here is a swan her baby on a beautiful wool playscape.
Cathrine Ji’s swan and 3rd Grader Elena’s baby cygnet on Gloria’s playscape. This is available as a part of our raffle “The Dream Castle Kiki”.
The Ugly Duckling found his mom! This is the lily pond playscape made most by Gloria before it was completed. You can win is and the rest of the castle here: “Dream Castle Kiki” Raffle for Waldorf School of Orange County 2014 Gala and Auction.
Gallery of Past Projects from The Waldorf School of Orange County Craft Group
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