BUT I do have a project to share from the holidays. My handmade gift to my kidlet... a needlefelted Sasquatch.
I was lazing on the couch watching the telly when I saw him scurry across the sunshiny window sill. At first I thought I was seeing things but when the dog started whimpering in his sleep, he stood still for just a moment and looked on curiously.
When the dog finished making his sleepy noises, the creature turned his head to me and gave a grunt, as if to say "What are you looking at?" Then quick as a flash he climbed up into our Christmas tree!
Now that the tree is down he's a bit easier to shoot. He sulks around my studio looking for a hidey hole to make his home and Christmas cookie crumbs to eat.
I've told him I'll make him a spot inside the pantry and he can have his fill of nibbles but he likes being difficult. I can tell you with certainty that "Harry and the Henderson's" is not an accurate depiction of a Bigfoot. Our pygmy squatch is a difficult little diva and a smidge rude too!
This is brilliant.ReplyDelete
He's adorable :)ReplyDelete
You are amazing absolutely amazing.ReplyDelete
You can have him...I don't want him.ReplyDelete
Great job but YIKES. (You amaze me.)
Ha! He is soooo cool!! Love him Nichola!ReplyDelete
Incredible Nichola, he is wonderful!ReplyDelete
I am speechless as well. If I am true to my curious nature. . . I'd want to know things like. . . . how would you describe his scent? Are his kin fans of dwarf variety trees? Does HE seem as dazzled by humans as we are of him? Is he cuddle-friendly? And if it were the sort of thing one could divulge, how long did he take to "capture". :)ReplyDelete