Craft, Wildlife

Needle Felted Octopus / Karen Watkins


This is needle felted octopus on a real wood branch. Tree branch is painted with acrylic. The octopus is made from wire and roving which is shaped with a barbed needle and then glued on the branch with Weld Bound glue. The wood is from nature but has been thoroughly cleaned with hot salty water and wool steel. Ready to hang with hanging wire. This piece takes two nails to hang on wall. Some of his legs are moveable. Colours of this piece are bright blue, green, white, and black — via Etsy

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