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Complete Feltmaking: Easy Techniques and 25 Great Projects Paperback – April 17, 2007
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CF is easy to read and the steps are clearly laid out and easy to follow. I also recommend making a cheat sheet of the basic steps, until you are comfortable with them. That way you don't have to keep opening the book/turning pages while you hands are soapy/wet. The design ideas in the book are a good launching point for other designs, so don't be afraid to make to customize the look to your tastes.
I highly recommend this book as a great entry into felt making. I am so excited to try the wall hanging and eventually the slippers for this fall (spoiler alert to my family
Most Recent Customer Reviews
complicated for the average Jo
Never used any of the techniques
didn't even try
What a great book. 8 years after it was published I bought it and I love it. There are 159 pages of gorgeous images and projects to do that have really opened my mind to the... Read morePublished 4 months ago by Ms Bre
Great book - arrived on time and in excellent condition! Thank you.Published 9 months ago by Lee Ann
This feltmaking book is great because it has such useful projects with descriptive instructions and great photographs for guidance. Read morePublished 13 months ago by Suz
This book is nicely written, good felt projects. 4 stars only because some of the projects were a little "kiddish" for an adult crafter. Read morePublished 17 months ago by SuzeQue
I'm not sure that raw beginners would get much - I had more questions than answers in reading, and it assumes that one is buying colored fiber and/or knows how to prepare it. Read morePublished 21 months ago by Janet K Hoadley