Heart-felt Holidays

Heart-felt Holidays : 40 Festive Felt Projects to Celebrate the Seasons

By (author) Kathy Sheldon , By (author) Amanda Carestio

US$15.19US$15.40

You save US$0.21

Free delivery worldwide

Available
Dispatched in 2 business days

When will my order arrive?

Celebrate - and craft - from the heart! The same team that brought you the top-selling "Fa la la la Felt" now offers another adorable book of fresh, easy-to-make felt decorations - this time with festive and fun holiday themes for the rest of the year. Using readily available store-bought felt sheets, crafters can have year-round enjoyment creating 40 charming projects for Valentine's Day, Easter, Halloween, Mother's Day, Thanksgiving, Christmas and more.

show more
  • Paperback | 132 pages
  • 226.06 x 228.6 x 12.7mm | 544.31g
  • 26 Apr 2012
  • Lark Books,U.S.
  • Asheville
  • English
  • full colour throughout, includes photographs
  • 1454702818
  • 9781454702818
  • 115,581

Other books in this category

Other people who viewed this bought:

Author Information

Amanda Carestio and Kathy Sheldon are the authors of Fa la la la Felt and have published a wealth of popular crafting books between them.

show more

Review quote

"Celebrate throughout the year with "Heart-Felt Holidays: 40 Festive Felt Projects to Celebrate the Seasons." The book includes step-by-step instructions, templates, and several no-sew projects easy enough for kids to make." --"Sew News Magazine" "Sheldon and Carestio ("Fa La La La Felt") branch out beyond Christmas in their second collection of seasonal and holiday-themed decorations made out of felt. Their definition of 'holiday' is fairly loose--projects range from a child's bat costume for Halloween to felt fireworks for the Fourth of July, as well as a number of patterns for festive seasonal garlands and ornaments. Cutting templates are provided, though some need to be photocopied and blown up before use. VERDICT These whimsical, easy-to-sew items make fun gifts for children who enjoy imaginative play--or adults who like a bit of cuteness with their crafts." --"Library Journal"

show more