Polymer/felt Halloween

A final not-so-scarey Halloween tribute from Kathy Penovich. Her needle-felted bat and cocoon characters with polymer clay faces look as cute as the kids on my porch last night.

See more critter instructions from mold and pattern creator Kathy Davis here. She shows even more of her work on her Flickr page. Felting is such a popular craft that I expect to see much more of this mix.

Look at these few posts from Debra Dewolff who adds polymer to her felted jewelry as in this pastel bracelet.

How we’d love to see more. Happy Halloween. Happy weekend.

  • reply Jeannie ,

    Fright Night at PCD. Kathy’s felt bats are so amusing and fun. I want one.
    Debra’s felt, pc pastel bracelet is very unique. Her blog is fun to.

    • reply Susan Donovan ,

      Kathy Penovich did a fine job using the bat molds created by Kathy Davis. Kathy Davis’ molds and felted critters tutorials are available through her etsy site. Kathy Davis’s site is KathnDolls.

      • reply Cynthia Tinapple ,

        I missed that Kathy P created these from Kathy D’s patterns. I added a new link to correct my omission. Thanks for helping me with this one.


        • reply bella ,

          I like it !

          • reply LaLa ,

            Kathi is the best! She taught a polymer and Bronzclay workshop for our polymer Guild, Clayville California, last month. It was wildly successful and loads of fun to see her creations in the flesh, uh, I mean clay, metal, and felt!

            • reply NancyU ,

              Kathy is one talented sculptor and a very nice lady. Those of us in the Orange County Polymer Clay Guild are always charmed by her creations. I’m the proud owner of a Kathy Davis hatching sea turtle and two dragons. Kathy has a cd on her Esty site which you how to make your own critters with lots of personality. It’s not to be missed. Just buy it for yourself as a Christmas gift.

              • reply Sylvia Valentine ,

                The colours in the felt bracelets are indeed lovely.

                I also write to tell you that the Nepalese project, about which you wrote in May, now has a website, http://acolourfuljourney.com/. Not entirely complete, in that the Online Shop has yet to be installed, but it does much to explain the project and products.

                • reply Alenka ,

                  Very creative and unusual!

                  • reply The Redhead Riter ,

                    Double, double toil and trouble;
                    fire burn and cauldron bubble.
                    ~ Shakespeare “Macbeth”~

                    HAPPY HALLOWEEN!

                    you’re listed at http://rrbrcrafty.blogspot.com

                    • reply medusa ,

                      I like it a lot, that little baby bat is so cute!

                      • reply Kathy P ,

                        Thanks for all the nice comments…

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