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TinyPixi West Yorkshire
Posts: 99

Finished my little needle felted bear last night.....not bad for a first attempt!..... And he had to be rescued half way through the making process because my Siamese cat got hold of him and he likes to suck things like that!!! Poor little bear!! .....
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DENBY30 DENBY BEARS
EDISON, NEW JERSEY
Posts: 1,586

bear_wub I think it looks wonderful, I have tried a little needle felting, but it does not do it for me.  I will try again one day.  But this bear is great, and I think you did a great job.  Thanx for sharing
Hugs Pat bear_flower

dangerbears Dangerbears
Wisconsin
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Congratulations! :clap:  :clap:  :clap:

(I have the same problem with minis. The kitty knows they're just the right size for cat toys. :))

Becky

Tatty Bears South Australia
Posts: 305

He is great, how much felt did it take to make?

rkr4cds Creative Design Studio (RKR4CDS)
suburban Chicago
Posts: 2,044

That size is a PUURRR-fect Kitty toy!
Sorry, couldn''t resist...
It looks like you used ¼ - ⅓ oz in that size. I don't now what that is in metric, though!
Well done teddy, Emma, too!
Nice smooth surface - what fiber (breed) did you use?

TinyPixi West Yorkshire
Posts: 99

I used Merino Wool..  bear_original

thondra rosenheim / bayern
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an once is 28 grams bear_laugh

Tatty Bears South Australia
Posts: 305

So about 7-9 grams to make?

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