Wellcome to my blog

My name is Martina Staniek, and I make OOAK (One Of A Kind) Teddy Bears and other soft sculptures.
I also knit and crochet - i always on the search for those very diffrent and fantastic pattern.
Last year i learned to Spin, and now i also create wonderfull and unique yarn.

I would like to introduce to you my creations and keep you updated with other happenings which are important to me.

If you have any questions or suggestions, please feel free to contact me.

Friday, January 6, 2012

Felted bunny gets a back and tights - part 3

Yesterday i was working a bit more on the face - i build a bit more fiber onto the top,
then i made 1 eye socket - i hope you can see it nicely on the pictures how i sunk it in and how the 1 eye now fits nicely into the head.
And then i was working yesterday and today on the back.
Adding fluffy sheet over fluffy sheet till I got this nice rounding.
I think it looks strange :D but when i compare it with the pictures on the blog, i seem to be on the right way.
Then i started to build up the tights.
I made 1 first to see if it works … later come the step for step pictures of the other side.
I think i need to build it up a bit more, its still not really as it should be yet.
Here i show you how tiny the bits are i add and build up with.
Sadly i have no clue yet how to do it with a bigger sheet of wool…
And i don’t want to ruin anything.
This is how i tag the sheet on first around the corners, then i poke it till it is the same feeling as the belly.
Can you see, not really much to see after just 1 sheet :D
Over the first comes the second
There you might be able to see a little bit of the addition already.
Later on i do some more on the tights.
Might be a day or two till they are built up enough to go on with the feet.


  1. Thank you for sharing. I am looking forward to seeing more. And congratulations on the not smoking!! :D

  2. Das sieht ja schon sehr schön aus.
    Liebe Grüße
    Heike & Henry

  3. thank you all for your kind komments :)

  4. Thank You for Sharing nice Work
    I look forward to more on Facebook.
    Patrice Harbour

  5. so glad I found your blog. I'm having so much fun making this bunny. Your instructions are spot on! Looking forward to your next project.