Felt animals

It’s funny how these animals turn out with such different personalities. I don’t use a pattern to make them and I try my best to make them all similar but  inattentional, they all end up differently. Example: A panda, a raccoon and a bear!

By the way I´m almost falling asleep so I´ll answer all your great comments tomorrow when I have the entire day off, Hooray!

13 Comments

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    Alice February 10, 2010

    Wow! Those are so cute!

    That gives me inspiration to make some! Are they brooches? Oh they would make really cute pocket mirrors. :)

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      brinja February 10, 2010

      Alice: I made them before I had figured out how to use them. Now they have become magnets for the refriguator. Pocket mirrors was a good idea!

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    lina February 10, 2010

    i love them! they are so cute! what a clever idea.

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    katrina February 10, 2010

    you’re really good — i would have needed a template to make those. what amazes me most is how the panda really looks like a panda, the bear resembles a bear and the raccoon truly look like a raccoon. oh, to be an artist!

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    victoria renee February 10, 2010

    how sweet! your baby will be so lucky to have such a creative mom.

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    Suzie February 10, 2010

    Oh my! Very cute indeed!

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    Nadine February 10, 2010

    ha, ha, cool. evey item is unique!

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    Lisa P. February 10, 2010

    Those are super cute! Love them.

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    lins February 10, 2010

    i like the different-size eyes

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    Piper February 10, 2010

    These are too adorable! Such a creative idea, they’d be so cute as a patch on children’s clothes!

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    lalatika February 11, 2010

    really cute! :)

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    Pernille February 13, 2010

    Haha! Hvor er de bare noget af det sødeste. :)

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    Karen Marie April 7, 2010

    helt fantastisk søde og skønne, har lige opdaget din blog – jeg kommer forbi igen en anden dag, super fine ting du laver :0)

    KH Karen Marie

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