Little Easter Goose

One small grey goose waddled off to a new home.


 He really is very small indeed...

There are still some spaces left on my May 10 chicken brooch workshop at the Fibreworks Oxford. If you'd like to keep me company, please contact the shop via the website.


Charlotte said...

Walter has such a lovely simplicity of line. Had to laugh though as it prompted an impromptu discussion of the engineering of needle holders with the other half. Oh the technicalities of needle felting.

Val Reaves said...

I always enjoy your creations,...and your mice always make me smile!
You are an inspiration!
Val in Kansas, USA

Frances said...

Gretel, little Walter is a true charmer, sure to bring a smile to all he meets.

Your collection of mice are also wonderful designs. I really, really like the use of the beads. What an inventive artist you are!

Wishing I could click my fingers and magic myself over to Oxford to learn how to create a colorful chicken. Might also want to make some very mini egg brooches to pin somewhere close to the mama hen.


Gill Edwards said...

I am in love with Walter, he is so cute. I wish i could attend the workshop but its too far from me, have a great time though and i look forward to seeing everyones work
Gill x

rossichka said...

Bon voyage, Walter! He is so sweet, I hope he'll meet only love!
Dear Gretel, I'm sorry I was absent for a while, but it's not late to send you my congratulations on the book, isn't it? It looks fantastic and is full of so many beautiful and charming new characters! Needle felters will be happy to have it and to better their skills following you step by step!
Have a wonderful spring! You are always in my thoughts...:)x

Unknown said...

I love Walter, is he very handsome.