Super-Cute Felt (Paperback)

35 step-by-step projects to make and give

By Laura Howard

CICO Books, 9781782494607, 128pp.

Publication Date: June 13, 2017

Other Editions of This Title:
Paperback (9/8/2011)

List Price: 19.95*
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Description

Learn how to sew, craft and make all sorts of fabulous gifts and accessories with felt. Felt is a really easy material to work with because it doesn't fray when cut, and it comes in lots of great colors.

Learn how to sew, craft and make all sorts of fabulous gifts and accessories with felt. Felt is a really easy material to work with because it doesn't fray when cut, and it comes in lots of great colors.

Packed with 35 different projects for you to make, Super-Cute Felt will open your eyes to a whole world of felting possibilities. Split into 4 chapters, there are sections for "Accessories", "Gifts", "Homeware", and "Celebrations", as well as a handy section explaining materials, techniques, and equipment. In the "Accessories" chapter you will learn how to sew a Bunny Brooch, a Feather Headband, and Butterfly Barrettes, to keep for yourself or to give as great gifts to your loved ones. The "Gifts" section has even more ideas to make and give, with a Hedgehog Phone Case, a Mug Cozy, and Cat & Mouse Puppets! Next is the "Homeware" section, which offers lots of suggestions for fun and practical homeware solutions, such as an Owl Egg Cozy, a Teatime Tea Towel, and a Toadstool Hot Water Bottle Cover. Finally, the "Celebrations" chapter shows you how to create fantastic festive decorations, like some Birthday Bunting, an Easter Wreath, and a Snowglobe Doorhanger. Complete with easy-to-follow step-by-step instructions and illustrations, Super-Cute Felt has a project for all abilities.


About the Author

Laura “Lupin” Howard is completely obsessed with felt, and set up her online store Lupin Handmade in 2007 (lupinhandmade.com). There you will find a range of adorable felt brooches, flower headbands, animal masks, and plenty of other fun items. Laura has been featured in numerous magazines including Cloth, Metro, Vogue, and Sew Hip. You can keep up with Laura's crafty world via her blog, bugsandfishes.blogspot.com. The author is based in Gloucester.