Ever since I encounted wool felt I find the sheep are naive and innocent. This is Wensleydale sheep with typical long and curly fleece. She says hi to you. She sees you smilling at her.
This is Finn sheep. He's smart and says "are you watching me?".
Fleece from Wensleydale and Finn sheep are what I love to do recently. I got the big supply of raw fleece from Kim last Christmas and still playing around with them. Just made a "skin" for a journal.
Indeed I got a free premium pack of journal and luggage tag. They're of genuine leather cover and more than pretty it's own. I just wanted to top it with wool. Below is how it's made.
1. Wet felt the mixed fleece of Wensleydale, Finn and some alpaca
2. 3. After dried, glued with a hot gun
4. 5. Use the original leather strip for closing
A finished set of journal and tag
I like the wool texture and the mixture of the raw fleece is my favourite
A set of gift pack - only the journal was given to my friend in the UK and the tag is for my own use.
I played around the raw fleece and made lots of bookmarks for special occassions.
Keep one for my own diary. Loving the curly locks with alpaca fleece in the middle.
These adorable alpacas are not to forget. They're sweet.
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