Kids' Crafternoon: Felting by Kathreen Ricketson
  

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Kids' Crafternoon: Felting by Kathreen Ricketson

Kids' Crafternoon Felting puts the fun back into a kid's afternoon - turn off the TV and get crafting! Felting features 25 fantastic projects from specialist crafters across the globe - there are cute animal finger puppets, a gorgeous felted hat, a cheeky moneybox pig and super-cool wrist cuffs. The projects are organised into themed chapters to get kids excited about making things: Pep Your Look, Jazz Your Stuff, Giving is Good, Spruce Your Space and Have a Little Fun. And while the projects vary in difficulty and time need to complete them, they are all aimed squarely at kids, with clear, step-by-step instructions and illustrations to guide them through. The other two title in the Kids' Crafternoon series are Papercraft and Sewing.

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Suitable for young crafters, this title contains 25 appealing projects from specialist crafters across the globe that vary in complexity and the time required for completion (though never longer than a whole afternoon).

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Book Info

Format

Hardback
128 pages

Author

Kathreen Ricketson
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Publisher

Hardie Grant Books

Publication date

1st November 2011

ISBN

9781742700441


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