Saturday, August 27, 2011

Unfinished

some of the stages in the process of making a Dalecarlia horse









12 comments:

Jacki said...

I loved reading the link you provided with this theme, what a long and wonderful history this carved horse has.

danudin2011 said...

I love the second last shot, the grain of the wood is really appealing!

Chesney said...

I would love seeing the process of making these horses...your link was very interesting!

ellens365 said...

I love this whole tour, so nice that traditional crafts are thriving.

Sherrie said...

Hi!
They are beautiful! It's awesome that they are still made by hand. So many things now a days are done by machines. Have a great day!

Sherrie

Lois said...

Thanks for taking us on this tour! It is fascinating to see these lovely horses being created.

Kim2900 said...

The process is fascinating. I love the multi-colors of the finished product!

Steven said...

Lots of staging and what a nice final result. I like the pig amongst horses!

2812blog said...

a wonderful tour! I like the shot of the horses on the shelves!

BobbieCoughlin said...

What a meticulous process.

Wayne said...

It's interesting to see the process of making one.
The wood grain picture is excellent!

gerberbaby1 said...

Love the unpainted version with the grain of the wood defining the dimension of the horses.