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schoolofsevenhells: Who will give this sad little Hound a home? :3

from sofeminine

Cute animal pictures: 100 of the cutest animals!

The dormouse is a rodent of the family Gliridae. Dormice are mostly found in Europe, although some live in Africa and Asia. They are particularly known for their long periods of hibernation. Wikipedia

beautiful little Jenny Wren - one of the most common but rarely seen birds in the UK

from Hobbycraft Blog

How to Make Fabric Birds

These sweet little fabric birds by designer Helen Philipps are the perfect project for children to try. Just cut out your templates and sew!

from Etsy

Unframed appliqued wren with embroidery on to vintage quilt fragment

Unframed appliqued wren with embroidery on to by MandyPattullo

from Etsy

PDF pattern - Felt robin with embroidered details. Christmas tree ornament, easy sewing pattern, DIY

THIS LISTING IS FOR THE PDF / DIGITAL PATTERN ONLY! I DO NOT ISSUE REFUNDS ON MY DIGITAL PATTERNS! THIS IS A DIGITAL ITEM! NO POST OFFICE INVOLVED! ~~~~~ Little Robin Redbreast Came to visit me; I gave him crumbs of fruitcake And biscuits for his tea. ~~~~~ ♥ The pattern has step-by-step instructions and plenty of pictures which make it very easy to follow even for beginners with basic sewing skills. It includes sketches of the stitches used (basic stitches like blanket stitch and…

Arthur Rackham - Peter Pan in Kensington Gardens was originally part of an earlier work, The Little White Bird by J.M. Barrie. The Peter Pan chapters were extracted and published as a separate work in 1906. The color plates to Peter Pan in Kensington Gardens by Arthur Rackham made the book immediately popular, and drew attention to Rackham, who was not well-known before then.

By Abby Diamond. La force qui se degage du dessin, le trait dynamique, puis le couleurs vive, sublime idée, simple a la porté de tous et efficace. A tester

from Mail Online

Young penguins are protected from the cold by their loving parents

Keeping all the little ones together. Emperor Penguins form creches for their young so they can go off and look for food

Creating a bird with shibori stitch resist. This little wren has been constructed from mainly ori nui and maki age shibori stitches. The eye from overstitch embroidery stitches densely stitched. The top photo shows the various stitches before the fabric is pulled up and dyed. All a little bit fiddly on the fingers but worth it. Townhill Studio will publish a detailed blog on creating birds.