The Children's Year Seasonal Crafts and Clothes by Stephanie Cooper, Christine Fynes-Clinton
  

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The Children's Year Seasonal Crafts and Clothes by Stephanie Cooper, Christine Fynes-Clinton

Simple, well-illustrated instructions demonstrate how to make children's clothing, toys and gifts using natural materials. Organised by seasons, the craft activities include knitted Easter chicks, spring flower fairies, summer leaf prints, cosy slippers and pumpkin lanterns, Christmas calendars and indoor 'dens'. Small toys such as a tooth fairy purse can be made in an hour or two, while bigger projects can be enjoyed over a weekend or longer.

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Format

Hardback
192 pages

Author

Stephanie Cooper, Christine Fynes-Clinton
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Publisher

Hawthorn Press Ltd
www.hawthornpress.com

Publication date

30th November 2005

ISBN

9781903458594


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