All-New Twenty to Make: Festive Felt Decorations (All New 20 to Make) (Hardcover)

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Sew 20 stunning Christmas felt decorations to cherish year after year

Sew 20 stunning felt decorations - perfect for adding some sparkle to your home or for giving as gorgeous handmade gifts.

Best-selling author Corinne Lapierre brings you 20 fantastic new festive designs! Create decorations to hang on your tree or ornaments to decorate your table and mantelpiece, including stars, trees, birds and animals. Create gorgeous family heirlooms that you will look forward to seeing year after year.

All the projects are simple to make, and all the necessary templates are given at actual size.

About the Author

Corinne Lapierre developed a passion for crafts and textiles from a very young age, and has always had an avid desire to learn about traditional techniques such as weaving, dyeing, silk painting and embroidery. She studied Fine Art in France before moving to the UK to study Fashion Design in Manchester. After working as a fashion designer for a few years, Corinne studied millinery, through which she discovered felt and its many qualities. In 2009 Corinne started her own craft business as a felt maker and quickly realized there was a demand for craft kits using good-quality, natural materials. Her company, based in an old Baptist school in Leeds, UK, sells an expanding range of craft kits and patterns designed for adults and children. Corinne makes regular appearances on Create & Craft TV and lives in Yorkshire with her three children and two cats. Visit her website

Praise For…

Working with felt is addictive. It's easy to cut, glue, sew, and stuff, and it's easy for any skill levelfrom child to adult. Lapierre lays it all out, starting with lists of materials and seven embroiderystitch how-tos and proceeding to her 20 projects, each with a handy tip on how to embellish,change, or enhance the finished product. A house decorated for the season with these hangingornaments, a penguin for the table, stuffed pixies on the mantle, or a robin wreath for the doorwould be an inviting place for friends and family. The book also includes half-size templates. Onecaveat for those who succumb to the seductive photos of minuscule gingerbread cottages andmistletoe ornaments on display here: you'll probably need to purchase felt in a much largerquantity than the tiny amounts needed for these projects, so plan to make a lot of them!
— Barbara Jacobs, BOOKLIST 10/10/22

Product Details
ISBN: 9781800920989
ISBN-10: 1800920989
Publisher: Search Press
Publication Date: October 11th, 2022
Pages: 64
Language: English
Series: All New 20 to Make


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