Felt Button Bead 40 Fun and Creative Fabric-Crafting Projects for Kids Aged 3-10 by Catherine Woram
  

Felt Button Bead 40 Fun and Creative Fabric-Crafting Projects for Kids Aged 3-10

Written by Catherine Woram
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Felt Button Bead 40 Fun and Creative Fabric-Crafting Projects for Kids Aged 3-10 by Catherine Woram

Get your kids snipping, threading and stitching with Felt Button Bead. Kids love crafting, and fabric-based crafts are particularly good, as many of the items needed can be found around the house - odd socks, fabric remnants and outgrown school uniforms will all come in handy. Felt Button Bead is divided into four vibrant sections containing 40 funky projects. Toys and Games features sock glove-puppets and a roll-up draughts set. Gifts contains dozens of great gift ideas, including hand-print tea towels, a glasses case and a patchwork cushion. Clothing includes funky gear such as decorated jeans and customized t-shirts for girls and boys. Finally, Accessories includes felt flower badges, jewellery, and a trendy denim 'jeans' shoulder bag. Every project can be completed in four or eight steps - just follow the instructions and you can't go wrong!

About the Author

Catherine Woram studied fashion at St. Martins School of Art in London, followed by a Masters in fashion at the Royal College of Art. She has written on shopping and interiors for many publications, including the Telegraph magazine, Ideal Home, BBC Good Homes and Prima. Catherine is the author of Wedding Dress Style and has contributed to several other books, including The Hamlyn Book of Soft Furnishings, The St. James Encyclopaedia of Fashion and The Best of Handmade. Catherine lives in London with her husband and two daughters, Jessica and Anna, both of whom share her passion for crafts.

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Format

Hardback
128 pages

Author

Catherine Woram
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Publisher

Ryland, Peters & Small Ltd

Publication date

1st July 2011

ISBN

9781849751131


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