Kuku doll! The kit provides the wool roving, and thankfully I had a needlefelting tool on hand from ages ago. I don't know what you'd do if you didn't have one, I'm not sure if it's possible to needlefelt with a regular sewing/embroidery needle ... Although I like the look of the needlefelted eyes, they were a pain to create. I felt like I was stabbing a voodoo doll obsessively! I'm just not a fan of needlefelting, I guess.
crosses quilt has also entered finished object territory! Making this quilt was step one in decorating my daughter's eventual "big girl room." I've been slowly but surely starting to scout out cute furniture options/inspirations online (see my Pinterest board) for it, and am contemplating painting the walls purple ... but this is my long-term, post-baby project. :-D
making a king-sized quilt in my last trimester of my daughter's pregnancy. But this time, I actually finished the quilt before arrival of baby!