Monday, February 14, 2011

Cheerful Spring Flowers

The other day I shared a picture of a small pile of wooly scraps. Well, here's the finished product. A couple of wool balls covered with colorful wool flowers. They were so much fun to make because of all the different colors of wool fabric and threads that I used.

I made two of them - one for a friend - and one for myself.

This was my inspiration piece that my friend Jayna recently bought at a gift shop.

I think I actually like my version a little better!


Barb said...

So cute!

SUE said...

Cute wooley balls! I love using up scraps - I never CAN throw them away. Thanks for sharing. Happy Valentines Day! SUE

Nedra said...

Really cute Gayle! I like your version too!

Lewaina@cliffsideranch said...

I love these cheerful spring flower balls!
Fun way to use tiny scraps.
You could stuff it all in a ziplock and work on these while sitting on bleachers! lol

Kim said...

Adorable! I like your version much better too.
Blogger doesn't want to be my valentine today. I tried to leave this comment about 4 times.

Rugs and Pugs said...

Gayle ~
Happy Valentine's Day!
Cute woolley balls.
Hugs :)

Lori said...

How fun and cute is that!?
Happy Valentines Day.

Sassafras and Winterberry said...

Geesh Gayle,
I love these! They are so great. Heaven knows we have enough scraps, what a creative way to use them up! I want one too! Happy Valentine's Day!

Kaaren said...

I like yours better too, Gayle! As a matter of fact, I L-O-V-E them!

acorn hollow said...

Oh they are sooo cute.

the old white house said...

I just hopped over from tea rose home... your wool floral balls are so sweet! I save all of my scraps too, can't seem to throw good wool away! Theresa xoxo

Anonymous said...

That is so cool! I love it! I want to make one....may be a good project for the guild???

Anonymous said...

Gayle, that last comment was from me, Marliss. I can't seem to get it to work any other way than under anonymous!

Angie Berry ~ Berry Homespun Primitives said...

Very cute idea! What a great way to use up those scraps that can never be thrown away. I agree... I like yours better.