I had been tossing the idea around in my head for some time but wasn't sure how to tackle that. Flying squirrels are velvety soft, dainty little rodents with one of the cutest faces in the animal world, and I was afraid that no matter what yarn I'd try it would not do the animal justice. But then I finally simply started working on the body, and slowly the solutions formed in my head and then merely needed to be executed with the needles.
This is how I design everything, I see it in my mind first and then create it.
Well, here are a few pictures of the finished little squirrel depicted in full glide. The head and face were the hardest part since getting that not quite right can ruin all the work until then.
Unfortunately, since I have discovered that my designs have also been copied onto some websites without credit given and one shadow box's image was actually sold on another website, I am forced to now watermark everything I post. I hope you understand.
I always hope for and welcome any and all feedback!
Happy spring, everybody, regardless how wet or cold -- it is officially spring! If my snow bells can be eternal optimists and believe that warmer weather is on the way, then so can we, right?