Sorry for the delay...Blogger was posting my pictures SIDEWAYS - Errrr!
Well, you've waited long enough...so here is my blog challenge project!
This is Santa's Little Elf! He has a hooked face, a wool cloth body, and woolen clothes. The beard is hooked with Angora goat locks, and the back of his head is hooked with wool roving.
I'll point out the challenge items used: red pompom on top of the hat, star button adorns the middle of his jacket, white pipe cleaner was used in the candy canes, ribbon is tied around the present in his sack, the green pipe cleaner holds the green glittery tree with jingle bell. I also received a length of wire, which I sewed inside his right arm, thus that is why his arm can bend and hold the sack of gifts.
Here's another view:
A close up of his face:
A close up of the back of his head:
A close up of the sack of gifts:
And finally, a close up of his hand holding the tree:
I only took one picture of my work in progress. This was when I was hooking his face:
Not only was I challenged to use all the little implements, but I also hooked on monks cloth (I ALWAYS use linen!) and I hooked the face mostly in #4 cuts. A proud accomplishment for this primitive wide cut hooker!!!
Be sure to check out my other blog challenge partners' blogs for their wonderful creations!
Thanks to Maria Barton for organizing and coordinating this challenge. It was a lot of fun and I'm looking forward to the next one!
So what do you think???