Posted by: gourmetfelted | November 16, 2008




White tigers are born every so often due to recessive genes. They have snowy white coats marked with black stripes. While white tigers are a major attraction at the zoo, it’s coloration in the wild makes survival more difficult. It does not camouflage itself as well as the yellow tiger so stalking prey is more difficult.

Loki, the white Bengal Tiger, is 4 3/4″ tall, 6″ long with blue glass eyes. Truly a unique one of a kind creation!


  1. I love the profile on this beautiful tiger! Terrific eyes! Great photographs in the “wild”!!

  2. Oh Pat! Your details on this tiger are just perfect! I have had the privilege of seeing white tigers when I lived in Florida. They are spectacular creatures and you have recreated them most wonderfully.

  3. What intricate markings! What a beautiful sculpture!

  4. Hello Pat Love your tiger it’s really Gorgeous. Have you been needle felting for a long time

  5. The markings are so natural! What a beautiful animal.

  6. I thought that this was a beautiful job too. The striping is gorgeous!

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