Saturday, April 3, 2010

Wren, the Sleepy Little Mouse

Here's Wren, I finished her a couple of days ago using some new baby lllama wool that I ordered. She has an incredibly soft feel.  I think my favorite wool for the outer coat has to be baby llama for it's natural colors and silky feel. Baby alpaca runs a close second.
Little Wren's ebay auction will start this Tuesday at 6:45 pm PST and will be a five day auction ending on Sunday, April 11. Her reserve price will be $135.00 and her Buy IT Now will be $224.00
Thanks for looking and as in the previous post, Happy Easter!


CWPoppets said... [Reply]

Oh my, she is absolutely beautiful. And she looks so real. I envy the person who will buy her.

Julia said... [Reply]

Such a beautiful mouse!!! Looks like she has sweet dreams and seems to be so tender!!! Lovely work :-)

Beertje Zonn said... [Reply]

Your little mouse is lovely!
Bear regards,

Beertje Zonn
Bear from the Netherlands

Ascension said... [Reply]

Es el ratoncito mas bonito que he visto nunca, esta genial!!!!!
Enhorabuena y Feliz Pascua
besitos ascension

Fiver said... [Reply]

Robin, this little mouse is tooo cute. I was browsing through your other pics of needle-felted animals, and I'm truly amazed!!!

Robin Andreae said... [Reply]

Thanks Everyone for the compliments! Welcome to my blog, Fiver,

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Fiver said... [Reply]

Thanks Robin!! I'm glad to be here. I just love your little animals. And I also found out about the "Art for Critters" site from your profile! What a cool idea!! I put a link to it on my blog. :)

Joanne@ Desertmountainbear said... [Reply]

What a sweet beautiful little animal. Wren looks so peaceful in her nest.
Looks like I'm going to have to find some baby llama to try. I felt with animals with alpaca. I didn't know anything could be softer.

Jeanie said... [Reply]

Shhhhhhhhhh......mouse at sleep!

Donna S. said... [Reply]

Happy Easter Robin!!!

Kimi Springer said... [Reply]

Absolutely ADORABLE in every way!!! Wow!!!! :) Love her name, love everything about her!!

Robin Andreae said... [Reply]

Thanks again for the wonderful compliments!
Thanks Fiver for adding Art for Critters. Art Helping Animals is another cool group.
Joanne, I don't think baby llama is softer than baby alpaca. But it has a hairy more natural fur look plus softness.
I hope everyone had a wonderful Easter/ Passover.

Unknown said... [Reply]

Amazing as usual!