It's the latest book from Woolbuddy with 20 irresistibly simple needle felting projects!
In this book, Jackie will walk you through the process to needle felt a wide-eyed owl, a toothy shark, a fuzzy sheep, a towering giraffe, and much more!
With step-by-step instructions and helpful how-to photographs, crafters can create clutchable keepsakes to be instantly enjoyed and forever cherished.
Making No. 10/ INTRICATE has 11 knitting patterns, 1 crochet, and 9 sewing and other crafts patterns.
This issue was photographed on a farm in Camden, Maine, on the traditional homelands of the people of the Penobscot Nation. Penobscot is the name Penawapskewi which means “the people of where the white rocks extend out”, referring to parts of the Penobscot River. The Penobscot Nation is part of the Wabanaki Confederacy, and have historically spoken the Algonquian language – Algonquian meaning “people from the east.” The Penobscot Indian Island Reservation is located along the Penobscot River, a place of fishing, hunting, farming, and gathering. From the publishers: "We encourage you to learn more about the Penobscot River Restoration Project."