Fanciful Felties

Fanciful Felties : Sew People to Meet, Places to Go & Things to Do

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Create your very own felt world with these charming projects featuring delightful characters! Featuring 14 beginner-friendly projects to stitch by hand or machine, you'll love these charming felt softies with a touch of European flair. Make your own story with 'uptown sophisticates' or 'down country' folks. Add a kitchen, a cottage, even a double decker bus and a classic red phone box to give your little people plenty of places to go and things to do! With its quick, easy-to-follow directions, full-colour illustrations, and expert tips and tricks this is a must-have book for crafters of all levels.

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  • Paperback | 96 pages
  • 198.12 x 248.92 x 10.16mm | 362.87g
  • C & T Publishing
  • Stash Books
  • Concord, CAUnited States
  • English
  • full-colour illustrations throughout
  • 1607050064
  • 9781607050063
  • 138,311

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Oh my! the cuteness is killing me. Samantha [aka mummysam] has turned her quirky and clever drawings into the dearest of little felt playthings / art objects. I am not sure if they are to play with or to be displayed but could easily go either way.The basic shapes of these wee felties are simple - its the addition of stitching, clothing, accessories and facial features that is the genius. With a combination of machine stitching and hand stitching, gorgeous fabrics mixed with felt, - I can see these being very addictive to make. The school boy has a little scarf and school satchel made from felt and the cutest striped school tie! Then there is Colin the nerdy bookworm - sporting a huge moustache, and there is the opera going Marge, complete with a yoyo hat. Along with all the colour and texture, Samantha adds her unique sketch pad touches - with faces and other details like window sashings often 'drawn' on white in black thread - and to complete the book are her wonderful hand drawn how-to illustrations and templates - am I gushing too much?From groovy cars, to chic ladies about town, school boys and bunny rabbits and village houses - you have all the ingredients for lots of afternoons of imaginary, 11/20/10

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