Farinata Inferno Creature
It is too hot for scarves, so John has been making these needle-felted creatures with roving, Icelandic wool and a tiny bell. Named after characters from Dante’s “Inferno,” they make good company and come in a bag woven and hand sewn by John, with a handmade drawstring and label. It all takes 3 or 4 hours of work.
This one is called Farinata.
Proceeds go to the CFSC Quakers Reconciliation Fund to support grassroots community-based decolonization/Indigenization projects, chosen by a consultation committee of Indigenous individuals.
One of a kind, fifty Canadian dollars.
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