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I made the Magolor months ago but only just made the Kirby today.

He has some company now. c:
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Closer detail on the Kirbs.
So cute.  So deadly.

See the other one:
Stitched Kirby's Adventure 1

Crafted in 2014.
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I made this little Kirby cross stitch for my nephew, who just celebrated his first birthday.
It's a nice piece of nursery artwork that also doubles as inspirational motivation for sleeping through the night. ;)

See the other one:
Stitched Kirby's Adventure 2

Crafted in 2014.
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I did them on the same cloth, and will cut them apart.

Now they just need to go to a nice home lol.
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Die beiden rechts sind Eschenholz Repliken einer der Nadeldosen die auf dem Wrack der Mary Rose (Englisches Kriegsschiff, gesunken 1545) gefunden wurden.
Links ist eine römische Garnrolle/Nadeldose aus Buchsbaumholz nach "Tabula Rasa - Holzgegenstände aus den römischen Siedlungen Vitudurum und Tasgetium"
Diese Garnrollen wurden vermutlich von den römischen Soldaten genutzt um alle auf einem Marsch benötigten Garnsorten dabei zu haben.

Oberwinterthur, Unteres Bühl (1982) FK 7190
(Per. I früh). (vermutlich 1. Jh.n.Chr.)
Aus einem Stück gedrechseltes Teil mit Rippen, Längsbohrung und Verschluß.
Buchsbaum, Länge 7,9 cm, Durchmesser 2,5 cm
Lit. Vitudurum 5, 36 H 47

Gedrechselt bei 4000 Umdrehungen pro Minute hauptsächlich mit einem 19mm Ovalmeißel und einer 10mm Spindelröhre.
Bis Körnung 4000 geschliffen und mit einer Mischung aus 1/3 Schellack, 1/3 den. Alkohol, 1/3 gekochtes Leinöl gefinisht.
Mehr zu sehen und sogar zu kaufen gibt es bei Lederkram.de :-)

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The two to the right are ash wood replica of one of the needleboxes found on the wreck of the Mary Rose (English warship sunk in 1545).
The one to the left is a roman thread spool / needle box from "Tabula Rasa - wooden objects from the Roman settlements Vitudurum and Tasgetium"
Made of Boxwood
Needle boxes like this were probably used by the Roman soldiers to have access to all kinds of threads you need on a march.

Upper Winterthur, Lower Buhl (1982) FK 7190
 (probably first century AD.)
Turned in one piece with ribs, longitudinal bore and stopper.
Boxwood, length 7.9 cm, diameter 2.5 cm
Ref Vitudurum 5, 36 H 47

Turned at 4000 rpm mainly with a 19mm skew and a 10mm spindle gouge.
Sanded up to 4000 grit and finished with a mix of 1/3 shellac, 1/3 den. alcohol, 1/3 boiled linseed oil.
You can see and even buy ;-) this or similar items at Lederkram.de :-)
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A cute little sloth feltie design I digitized from a drawing I did a while back. :)

( www.etsy.com/listing/203301442…
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Not sure I like the veil effect, but I made her shorter this time.

Well, I do like the veil, just not super-close up lol.  But then all my stitching looks funny up close.
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I finished it!! ♥
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