Just don't let it near your plates or books!
This little guy is inspired by the the Edward Gorey book The Doubtful Guest. It's about a little strange creature who moves into a stately home and does strange, unusual things.
I do not recommend feeding it.
This Tribble has been crochet by me and filled with squishy fiber fill. It's soft, but please don't throw it, or it might get its feelings hurt.
Tribble measures about 3 inches (8 cm) by 4 inches (10 cm). It's not a perfect circle, but circleish, just like real life Tribbles.
Based on the classic Star Trek episode.
Soot Sprites are cute little friendly lumps of soot from the 1988 Japanese anime film My Neighbor Totoro (ã¨ãªã‚Šã®ãƒˆãƒˆãƒ). But of course you don't need to know the film to think they're cute :)
I've handmade this little sprite out of wool using a technique called needle felting where I shaped raw wool using little barbed needles. And I've glued on little googly eyes, because everyone loves googly eye
Benedict is off to see his valentine with a single rose in his hands.
Benedict is made entirely out of merino wool (the flower is not made out of wool). I used a technique called needle felting which uses a barbed needle to shape wool.
I've needle felted (sculpting with a barbed needle) this little teapot out of dyed merino wool.
The red spots pop out so the teapot has a bit of three-dimensionality to it. The linen cord has been needle felted on, no glue was involved.
It measures nearly 2 inches tall (5 cm) with the cord it hangs over 3 inches tall (9 cm).
It would make a cute little addition to a tea loving home or a