Wednesday, 18 June 2014

Woolly trail at Sizergh Castle, Cumbria


We had a lovely time walking through the wool trail in the forest of the castle.
All the birds and animals in the trees were either knitted or felted.
Aren't they fantastic.  This is only a small selection of them.
Wish I could show them all.




15 comments:

  1. How fantastic. Thanks for sharing them with us.

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  2. How brilliant! How long is the display on??

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  3. My GD and I loved this when we went(posted here-http://pearshapedcrafting.blogspot.co.uk/2014/04/woyww_23.html)
    You don't say where your caravan is but we can't be far away in ours at Carnforth - maybe we can meet for a coffee and cake sometime? Love the brooches you made! Chrisx

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    1. We are at Ayside Chris, just before Newby Bridge. Next time we are there I will let you know,

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  4. That must have been an amazing walk Lynn? Thanks for sharing some of the photos with us. I wish I lived closer to go do the walk myself :-) Hugs Elizabeth xxx

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  5. How fascinating - what a great idea for my garden - felted Australian animals and birds!

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  6. How cool is that!? You are lucky to get to see some amazing things Lynn, thanks for sharing them with us. I saw Chris's comment above. How lovely if you were close enough to meet up with another blogger person. Looking forward to seeing more of your holiday pics :o) xx

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  7. Glad you managed to get to see them. Did you try the ice cream?

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  8. Wow... If the weather was better if have these in my garden all the time! Beautiful work by the makers

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  9. They have been out already Helen. Give it a go xx

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