Thursday, June 19, 2008

You may be forgiven for thinking...

...that this is one of my usual owls,

and at first glance, I suppose it is.  But look closer,

here's a clue, there it is in front of one of my usual owls.  It's half size, teeny tiny!.  I really like working small, and wondered if it was possible to do baby owls, so gave it a go!.  

I am in the middle of a (late) spring clean, so am making the most of there being no children in the house so I can go through the toys and cull all the broken things without causing too much upset, wish me luck!

20 comments:

Lilith said...

Wonderful work! Beautiful! Congratulations, they're so cute... Hello from Spain!

Sonhos de CrochĂȘ said...

Amy liked many of your blog, put your link on my pillow and photos of some that I found stunning. But I was careful to mensionar your blog for many to base their work.
Kisses
Rita

Ginger said...

Just lovely work little owl was so cute.I still love that little bird.Hugs you havew a great day.

Kitty said...

Gorgeous owls! I have to do the 'cull' when the smalls are out too - otherwise nothing would go, would it? :-O x

two hippos said...

What an adorable tiny owl! Good luck with the spring cleaning.

megan said...

good luck with the great toy cull - my ds fishes things back out of the bin!

sweet baby owls x

jillytacy said...

Oooh, owl babies, how wonderful! A few months ago I was inspired by your owls and made an owl for my daughter with a pocket on it's belly. She insisted that it had to have babies. So I made two felt owl babies that fit into the pocket. She was thrilled!

Kristin said...

You certainly have a way with owls (which of course implies you're very wise!).
It's just a joy to see the new things that you're constantly coming up with - very inspiring! As for the Spring cleaning - be bold, be ruthless.

Gina said...

Love the tiny owl - very cute. Good luck with the toy cull - I've still got boxes of toys in the garage that need clearing and my youngest is fifteen!

Meridian Ariel said...

lovely little owl baby... I suppose I will have to do some toy culling soon, I'm pretty sure the broken ones breed faster than the non-broken

pink-petal-designs said...

Cute baby owls, i like them !!
Enjoy your cleaning.
Sarah x

Cami said...

Aww! I love your owls, great and small. :o)

Mytutorlist.com said...

Ah, he's adorable! Your owls are so cute to begin with, a little one is even cuter!

Lesley said...

Awww - such a cute baby owl!! I love the fabrics you use for your owls.

Good luck with the spring clean - there must be something in the air as I even had a bit of a clear out yesterday!

xxx

Karin said...

Cute cute cute! I love the second picture - it looks like Big Owl is looking out for Tiny Owl! :) By the way, I'm about to start my own craft blog, and I've you're on my blogroll - I love your work! I was planning to join the toadstool swap but life got in the way... Let me know if you decide to arrange a second round! /Karin

Hells said...

Sew cute!! (ha ha see what I did there?!?!).

Dyan said...

The baby owl is as cute as a button. I love working small too, somehow it makes everything so much more sweeter and loveable.
Hope all goes well with the cleaning,
Dy

Miaou said...

Oh sweet! a baby to go with the mummy :-)

Ravenhill said...

oh, baby! Such sweetness!

crazypatch said...

So really cute. Small or big, I love your Owls