Dabbles.co: Felted Creations and Fibre Art

 

 

 

 

 

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3 01 2016
shewrite63

OMG I love the dabbles! That white owl reminds me of the ookpiks from the Northern Canada art of the 1960s. You may have something going here! See the second half of this dusty, old post: http://deep-blonde-thoughts.com/2014/08/25/extended-canadian-summer-vacation/

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3 01 2016
dorothyanneb

Two minds with one thought. My “oopik’ sold to a friend but they could be duplicated….😄

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4 01 2016
dorothyanneb

let me know if you’d like one! I can send one on….;-)

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10 05 2017
Sandy Fowler

Dorothyanne, will you be in Wolfville anytime soon?. I would like to pass on some under-fur for a sheltie for you to make for a friend, will have pictures. Sorry for being so long getting to you. I carve stones, shared a Show with you in Waverly.

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