You can find it here, on Etsy. Here is the rambling description, just to give you a flavor.
The process of wet-felting is the most ancient textile art in the world, with its origins far, far back in the steppes and caves of the Paleolithic and early Neolithic eras. Each piece is made with meditative care, often out in the yard with the birds flitting overhead, while the wool is layered, wetted, soaped and agitated by hand. The process is always a little bit of a mystery, because the wool, once wetted and then locked to itself via much agitation, changes its shape and patterns. This is one of my favorite things about creating works of felt-- they take on a life of their own! No two are ever exactly alike."
Also, this black walnut-lady is in the works, and will be up for sale soon....
Finally, here are a few photos of the process itself-- soap, bubble wrap, netting, wet wool, hands.
So, do come on in and visit!