We began by wadding up the wool and then stabbing it with needles with barbs at the one end, shaping it as we went along. Two balls and a tail were fastened together by stabbing them with the needles.
Blue wook was then placed over part of the white wood and stabbed into place. A tail was also added.
The blue bird needed a face and beak.
Wings were added, and here he is, all done! Not as perfect as Eileen's but I am pretty proud of him anyway. It was a fun class, with lots of laughter while we were stabbing away at the wool.