Here’s a glimpse at some of the many photos I’ve been taking in and around my studio with my phone camera. It’s really an excuse to play with my toys! I love how quick and easy it is to snap close-up images and share them on Facebook and Instagram. But, since not everyone wants to be tethered to multiple social media platforms, I thought I’d show a recent selection of my daily photos on this blog, too.
There are pictures of old and newer pieces, from my collection of insects made 37 years ago, to original bas relief children’s book illustrations, to newer wee folk characters from Felt Wee Folk. These days, I’m pretty busy working on some exciting projects that I can’t talk about yet, so my blog posts will be less frequent. If you’d like to keep up with regular posted images, I invite you to “like” my Facebook and Instagram pages.
I want to sit next to you in your studio and watch you work. I’ll be really, really quiet I promise. Thanks for sharing.
Ooohhh, those lambs!
Love seeing all the things you’ve done, Sally. You are so incredibly talented! I must admit that the photos taken with our phones are really excellent !
Love the photos, particularly the close ups so one can see the detail!
I love the insects! Thanks for sharing the old and the new.
Do you have a presence on Pinterest??
Thanks Susan, there’s a weefolkstudio page on Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/source/weefolkstudio.com/
Love those lammies, they made me laugh. Looking forward to your new and exciting projects. Actually, I get excited about any of your projects.
Thanks for the wonderful pictures. I especially like the little sheep.
I want to join the person who wants to sit in your studio and watch you work!! We’ll be really quiet!! hehe, Any chance the snail will be a pattern I can purchase? xoxox
Thank you for your interest in my work, Stacy. Aside from my how-to book about making dolls, “Felt Wee Folk”, I do not sell patterns. To get some insight into my approach to sharing information, please read this post: https://weefolkstudio.com/2015/04/14/when-to-tell-how-and-when-not-to/
Your work is phenomenal! Every time I open something with Wee Folks I am amazed at your work. I don’t think most people realize what goes into small delicate pieces like yours. My love also is small handwork but in appliqué so I appreciate your wonderful work!
Being from Minnesota I’m hoping to get to see your work first hand in Moorhead this fall.
God gave you a wonderful talent. Thank you for sharing it with all of us.
Sincerely, Mary Halverson 🌺