Wednesday, October 5, 2011

It's What I've Been Working on Wednesday!

While I was at the Fiber in The Park, I was approached by a fellow vender, Natasha from Esther's Place, and asked to do a custom pillow. She liked my sheep pillows, but they looked nothing like her sheep, Esther, and asked me to make one for her that looked more like Esther.

Here's Esther:

What do you think? Does it look like an Esther pillow?

If you love wool, and are local, or planning a visit to Illinois, I highly recommend stopping by Esther's Place. Here's some information from their website:

At Esther’s Place, our encouraging environment helps you take the first step towards fiber arts, and continue to enhance and enrich your skills and life. Classes and retreats in spinning, weaving, knitting and felting have a small group ambiance in our beautiful Victorian setting. Please click here to learn more and here


Our exclusive Green Pastures Collection features wool from local Illinois flocks. Uniquely distinctive products include American-crafted spinning wheels, looms and needles, as well as wonderful yarns, rovings and gifts. Please click here to learn more


Here is a place with the reminiscent serenity of a simpler time. It’s where you’ll meet others who share your passion and enthusiasm. It is a community in which to feel at home.
Welcome to Esther’s Place, A Fiber Arts Studio…for such a time as this."


Valerie said...

Esther is so cute! You captured her perfectly. I wish I lived closer to Illinois so I could visit that great sounding farm. I wonder if they sell core wool there? I always am looking for that, and have a tough time finding it. I'll go check out Esther's Farm, and appreciate the heads up!
x, Val

Resweater said...

Thanks! I don't know what core wool is, but they have a lot of everything wool!

Ms. Zimmer Teaches in Math Land said...

Totally Esther! You nailed it!

Resweater said...

Thanks! :)