Perhaps not the usual photography I post here but I’ve been quite busy making. These are a few of the wet felted ‘fossil stones’ I’ve been working on lately (they also double as pin cushions!). The gastropod and trilobite forms have been needle felted onto the rocks near the end of the wet felting process. Lots of fun to make. : )
© Karen McRae, 2017
22 thoughts on “Craft (Felted Fossil Stones)”
… and also great fun to watch! 🙂 Lovely work, Karen.
Thank you, Dina! 🙂
Oh, marvellous both the look and the making.
These are amazing! Sharing with my daughter who manages a Science & Surplus store.
These are so cool 🙂 So intricate!
Love these. I have felted and crocheted sea creature, but these are really sweet.
Such a cool idea!!!
So beautiful! What fun! Great idea. Look like they’d be great fun to squish!
These re really great Karen! Going to share with some friends at the Fundy Geological Museum :)!
Wonderful Karen! The contrast between the softness of wool and hardness of stone makes these really captivating!
Oh, how lovely!
Love them! If you didn’t explain how you made them, I would thought they were the real deal. Wow, very talented.
Wonderful! I love them!
Very cool indeed
They look beautiful and very special.
Especially good for an ex-geologist to see!
These little gems feel both delicate and substantial. Much like their long gone counterparts. Really beautiful, Karen. I’ve been out the loop for a while, so now I get your visit prior posts:)
They look amazing
How creative and beautiful, Karen.