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Excited to be showcased on the Living Felt blog! It inspired this mini-tutorial...

I was so surprised, and completely delighted the day I found out that Living Felt featured my gargoyle on their blog. Thank you so much, Marie!

Thinking back on it, I became inspired to give a mini-tutorial of how I made my gargoyle. So, this is my first post on my new blog. Couldn't be more fitting than to start with "Garg," my little buddy!


Brutus (as his owner, my brother, has named him) is affectionately known to me as "Garg," and he was one of my first needle felted pieces. He's also my largest piece to date. Being the size of a house cat, he was a bit formidable for a novice felter, but he taught me a tremendous amount, and I was very pleased with him in the end. He'll always be a special piece to me!

Here are some photos of my process in creating Brutus, and a few notes about what I was thinking along the way, and why I chose to do what I did.

First things first... the wool and needles. (By the way, I get nothing for these recommendations other …