This month brings a new name, a new look and a new print line! Sheep Creek Needlecraft is now Sheep Creek Studio. The last year has brought with it a lot of fun new pieces and projects that I will be sharing over the next little bit but I am especially excited to share our new print line, a collaboration between my sister and me.
This first series introduces little felted “Rudyard” bear and his friends enjoying the four seasons. Each print tells a story of its own.
These prints are available individually and as a set here:
More updates to come!
Looking for some unique gifts this season? Check out latest issue of 1859 Oregon’s Magazine for a great holiday gift guide featuring Sheep Creek Needlecraft’s Safari Mobile! It’s pretty incredible what this little state produces; from olive oil and wool bunny slippers to skateboards, climbing gear and play TeePee’s. There’s truly something for everyone. Proud to be included alongside such talented Oregonians.
Sheep Creek is open for business again so feel free to stop on by!
I’ll be taking it slow at first to leave room for the not-so-scheduled nuances that come with a baby. Starting back in, I’ll be asking for 8 weeks for each mobile so please do plan ahead. I look forward to working with you!
The Very (Wooly) Caterpillar.
I shared a sneak peak of this mobile earlier on my Facebook page. Such a fun piece to work on.
This custom dog mobile was made to coordinate with an “Irish Hunt” themed nursery which included a minty Anthropologie-inspired custom wallpaper featuring hand drawn renditions of the family dogs. You can view this beautifully appointed room here.
Its amazing how fast time really does fly and even more so with a little one in tow. I had the pleasure of working on some really fun custom pieces before going on maternity leave and wanted to share some of my favorites over the next few days before getting immersed in new projects.
This first piece is a mobile I made for a woman who shared some whimsical prints that she had saved from her childhood by an artist named Wolo. She wanted to incorporate these in her child’s nursery with a coordinating mobile. I loved doing the “accessories” for these animals, such a fun and unique piece of artwork to work from.