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Leigh Radford is the author of AlterKnits (STC) and One Skein (Interweave), a highly sought-after teacher, and the former art director of Interweave Knits magazine. She has designed knitwear for Interweave Knits as well as for Lantern Moon, for which she also created her own yarn. Her work has appeared in numerous books, including Weekend Knitting and Handknit Holidays (both STC). Radford lives in Portland, Oregon.
John Mulligan is a Portland, Oregonbased photographer. He also photographed One Skein by Leigh Radford.
This book has lots of things to do for felting. I am able to use this as a guide for projects.Published 4 months ago by Karyn Johnston
My wife is knitter. She is also an artist. She combines the two to produce beautiful things. So this book was something she really enjoyed as an imagination tickler.Published 8 months ago by Golfer
Interesting and shows use of colors and explains felting techniques, but too many useless items (rings, household stuff) and not enough hats.Published 9 months ago by Karen C McGrath
Lots of wonderful ideas including little things like hand felted buttons and balls, ornaments and cute little graduated boxes. Don't expect a lot about felted clothing though. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Judy Rosenthal and Dany Suk
This book, for the money was interesting, with nice photos, but few ideas to inspire me to jump in and start felting.Published 11 months ago by Elizabeth Radovsky
I got this book from the library and had to buy my own copy. I'm not a great knitter, but I can do the patterns in here.Published 11 months ago by Terry
I think this was a good book if you are at all interested in felting. The service was very good.Published 12 months ago by L. Dow
Currently obsessed with felting this book was like candy. Beautiful photos, wonderful ideas, and easy instructions. I can never find enough up cycled ideas or projects. Read morePublished 19 months ago by Avak
This book has new (to me) techniques and combines needle felting with plain flat felting.Published on October 11, 2010 by Suzanne Hembly