Hedgehogs, wooly not prickly

I have been experimenting with the square looms to see what other weaving techniques can be used.  I looped pieces of yarn into the weave for a shaggy effect, which worked, but was very slow.

However for these little guys it was perfect.

Creeping in the grass

Getting to know the cats.

Stopping to smell the flowers.

11 thoughts on “Hedgehogs, wooly not prickly

  1. Lydia says:

    Cute hedgehogs! Lovely colours.

  2. Najma says:

    so lovely!!! they look really cute
    have a nice day

  3. Sara says:

    Your cat looks like my cat would, “What are these new furry invaders? Are they friend or foe?”

  4. Awwww…they are so cute!

  5. karen says:

    liz – andy and i actually saw a baby hedghog a few days ago – walking very cautiously around an ‘eco’ swimming pool [kinda grungy!] at an Eco Farm close to Pat’s house here in Turkey. i have rarely seen any hedgehogs – let alone a baby one! very cute. we also came across a tortoise in her garden! no idea if they are ‘wild’ in turkey. i should google it! 🙂
    you have not been writing much on your FB wall! or your blog – i assume that you are busy teaching your classes.

  6. Jennefer says:

    so cute!

  7. those are about the cutest thing I have ever seen! What are you doing with them? Also, I’m coming up to La Serena the long weekend at the beginning of November, in case you’re in town and would like to meet up! You can see my email here, or it’s just my blogname at hotmail. I’m staying with a friend sort of up a big hill in a giant apartment building, but I can move around pretty freely. Would love meet you!

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