Saturday, December 7, 2013

Folkart Gatherings–day 2

On with the rest of the pictures.  

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These last few pictures are of some handmade sheep by a local artist.   Her name is Carolyn Harwell and she’s from Orting, WA.   She raises sheep, spins the wool and then makes these beautiful sheep, all by hand.    Don’t you just love it when you can see the handwork of a true talent? 

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Aren’t they wonderful?   

So, if you see anything you can’t live without, give Louann a call at Folkart Gatherings and she’ll be more than happy to help you out.  

10 comments:

Florida Farm Girl said...

Those sheep are adorable!!! Looks like a great shop to wander around in.

paulette said...

OMGosh!! LOve this shop! I of course MapQuested the shop...no where near where we travel! Darn! (we take the Port Angeles ferry so by-pass it:o()
Thanks for sharing!! I needed some shopping eye candy!
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moosecraft said...

LOVE those sheep! What a talent!

Carrie ~ Cricketwood Prims said...

Those sheep and llama's are wonderful!

Janet O. said...

So cool!!

Vicci @theplaidbasket said...

LOVE those sheep! They would perfectly compliment my Harold Turpin houses. I am certain I must head up that way to see this shop.
VERY much enjoy your blog.

WoolenSails said...

Lots of wonderful decorations and fun things.

Debbie

Colleen said...

Lovely! Thank you for sharing :o)

Anna said...

I would be soooo broke!

BCxFour said...

Thank you so very much for writing such lovely words about my sheep. It gives me oodles of joy to share them with others. Each one is made with one of my sheep in mind, expressions I see daily from them. They are all such characters. :)