slightly wonky

Is this too crazy looking???
February 9, 2011, 9:17 pm
Filed under: Felting | Tags: , , , , ,

Okay.  I had a side project going that has NOTHING to do with printmaking…painting…drawing…etc.  I was working on a crazy felted sweater.  I JUST FINISHED IT.  I was so excited, that I put it on, even though it is still DAMP!  I’m so thrilled with it…even though I know that most people will ask me why I am wearing what looks to be just a big pile of yarn.  Philistines!  It’s wooly poetry… perhaps in an e.e.cummings sort of way.  What do you think?  Too crazy?  Not crazy enough?  I have no problem wearing this…I just wonder how many birds will be following me…trying to collect scaps for building their nest.  Please excuse that I could not wait to photograph it tomorrow in daylight…so, here I am in the downstairs bathroom…


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i love how creative you are…and how much fun you’re having. although, it looks like you’re wearing your skin inside out:) crazy? who cares. as long as you like it and are confident wearing it…

Comment by le vu

Gross! Inside out skin? Hmmmm…I’m going to stick to thinking that it looks like “an autumn colorfest”. Yes, the fine line between creative and crazy…this one may have stepped over! 🙂

Comment by slightlywonky

It’s interesting and different, and it looks pretty good on you. The colors you used make for a great Fall combination…that’s what it reminds me of – an autumn colorfest. Good job!

Comment by ibumary

Oh, thanks so much! Yes, it was fun trying to find different yarns that worked together!

Comment by slightlywonky

I think it’s fantastic!

Comment by Amanda J Wells

Thank you!!! It was a lot of fun to make!

Comment by slightlywonky

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