Eye-pod and Night Light

    Newer Older

    The Dolly Mama, leeann3984, and 107 other people added this photo to their favorites.

    View 8 more comments

    1. LoVeLyPiT 55 months ago | reply

      This is awesome! Its quite hard to stop staring.

    2. lilfishstudios 55 months ago | reply

      You're so cool. You know, I know I always say this, but I just can't get over how perfectly your needle-felting is executed. Really, you're an inspiration.

    3. Petey & Co. 55 months ago | reply

      This is fantastic! Weird and wonderful wool!

    4. Kit Lane 55 months ago | reply

      you guys are making me blush...thanks so much!

    5. GANXET 55 months ago | reply

      i love it!!

    6. Qoo Qoo 55 months ago | reply

      wow totally incredible!

    7. All Good Wishes 55 months ago | reply

      I am fixated on those eyes! Very cool.

    8. lilfishstudios 55 months ago | reply

      My husband saw this and said "I would buy that". I'm so jealous. He never talks like that about my stuff. :)

    9. Kit Lane 55 months ago | reply

      Husbands? I've had a variety of them. You're lucky Lilfish. I'm sure mine never noticed I even did stuff much less talk about my stuff...lol

      The former Mr. Lane, on the rare occasion these days, is the exception. I guess he's still Mr. Lane, just not MY Mr. Lane for several years now. The dear man escaped relatively unharmed and is the reason I no longer take hostages.

      I, for one, adore your work. It's so very sweet and tender-hearted. Husbands? Pfft....

    10. yoborobo 55 months ago | reply

      You crack me up, kit! :)

    11. lilfishstudios 55 months ago | reply

      "relatively unharmed" ahahaha!

      Though I am a bit jealous that my hubs is coveting your woolies, I don't blame him one bit. :D

    12. JennyTheArtist 39 months ago | reply

      perfectly creepy and wonderful!

    13. Philenzortia 27 months ago | reply

      Gorgeous work!

    keyboard shortcuts: previous photo next photo L view in light box F favorite < scroll film strip left > scroll film strip right ? show all shortcuts