Wednesday, December 3, 2014

Wool Feather Trees...

Wool Feather Trees - ThreeSheepStudio.com

I am having so much fun making 
these Wool Feather Trees...
These are a little over a foot tall.

The wool is 'Sweet Pea' and 
'French Vanilla Herringbone', both wools 
are from The Wool Studio.

I am loving the White Tree...
what do you think - do you have a favorite ?



Wool Feather Trees - ThreeSheepStudio.com

The directions are from Donna Bayliss.
She has done a fabulous job with all the details
to make these Feather Trees.
The directions include pictures with clear
step by step instructions to make
five different sizes of trees.
From 8 inches tall all the way up to 36 inches tall !

If you would like to make your own 
Wool Feather Tree, Donna sells the directions

Donna is a very talented Fiber Artist and Designer.
For more inspiration, you can also visit her Blog.

Stay warm and creative ;)
Rose

18 comments:

  1. Great trees! What a fabulous idea. On my way to the site.

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  2. Rose,
    I love your trees. A friend sent me directions and everything to make a tree except for the wool years ago and I'm embarrassed to say I still haven't made one. My bad :(
    Hugs :)
    Lauren

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  3. Well aren't those just too cute. They are so neat Rose. I think I like the green one but the white one is pretty too.

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  4. Oh my ROSE!
    LOVE!!
    I favor the green as I love darker colors.
    But both are super cool.
    Woolie Christmas Hugs

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  5. LOVE these! I like both but favor the white one as you do. I won't have time this year to make one but am going to purchase the instructions now to have on hand. I'll have a Christmas in July tree making event next year! Best, Ann in NC

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  6. Aren't these trees great !!!! I took a class , the teacher used Donna's patterns, I just Love the the white trees !!! They are so cute !!!!

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  7. I like the green one better, cause it's more prim. :)

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  8. Thank you for posting this! Really like the green one!

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  9. These are so pretty Rose - I made one a couple years ago, but the branches have become all wobbly & droopy - I really should take it apart & reassemble it so I can enjoy it properly! Love the beaded edge on your penny rug tree skirt - CUTE!

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  10. These trees are so clever! You have done a beautiful job and this is something you can enjoy from year to year and pass down to others

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  11. Did you make the base for the feather trees?

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  12. Hi Rose - what beautiful trees!
    I would love to make them myself so I bookmarked the link THANK YOU.
    I don't have a favorite as they both just jumped right out at me - I'd need one of each color to be happy LOL.
    MERRY CHRISTMAS
    Karen

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  13. P.S. I meant to tell you that I read on through several of your posts and love all the designs you posted - especially the bird and blanket!
    Karen

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  14. Oh, how fabulous are these! Rose, your work is lovely!!!! I am suddenly very taken back by the textile art around me. I have been observing it with much appreciate for a while now here in blogland, but just today I am particularly inspired by a few artists and YOU are one of them. Thank you for your visit and kind words and also for the inspiration. Much happiness to you in 2015! Anita

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  15. Hi Rose - I just ordered the pattern...glad I did and now I can't wait to make it...or 'them' lol
    Karen

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So glad to have you here visiting...
would love to hear your thoughts !
Rose