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Crafty Creatures Hardcover – August 19, 2013
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"Even if you're a newbie with a needle, you and your mini can make the huggable pals in Jane Bull's how-to-book." – Pregnancy & Newborn Magazine
About the Author
By being able to see the world through a child's eyes, award-winning author Jane Bull creates fresh, original, and energetic designs that inspire people to get crafty. Jane has been involved in an enormous range of adult and children's activity books over the years, including best-sellers Make It! and Made by Me.
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Top Customer Reviews
Woolly Animals features the following crafts: Woolly Octopus, Knittens, Koala Bear and Friends, Li'l Ted, Odd Bods, A Box of Monkeys, Ducklings
This is my favorite chapter. I think the creatures in it are big enough to play with. Plus, there is something for every difficulty level. And there are crafts that reuse material that would have otherwise been thrown away.
Friends in Felt includes: Pocket Pets, Big Pets, Mobile Owls, Cozy Cats, Minimals, Templates, Wild Ones, Bees and Bugs
The crafts in this chapter are cute and I love felt. They all are pretty flat though. And I don't really know what to do with most of them. The mobile is an exception. And there is a tip to turn the small, flat animals into brooches, which is a nice idea.
Sew Cute features: Dog's Best Friends, Pretty Birdies, Bunny Girls, Doodlephants, Your Little Pony, Jolly Giraffe, Cat's Bed
This chapter has bigger designs than the last one. The Bunny Girls are made to play with and so is the Jolly Giraffe (which has a great design by the way). I also like the idea of the Doodlephants: They are plain elephants you can draw on, so you can create a unique creature. Great idea for a party!
Animals in Stitches shows you how to do: Pictures in Stitches, Pet Portraits, Stitch a Doodle, Doodle Decorations
There aren't any real creatures to craft in this chapter. It just shows you how to stitch animals and how to use stitched things in your projects.Read more ›
I bought a big selection of felt, which was very inexpensive. We followed the directions, but used our own creativity. We made a bed for the three bears out of a matchbox cover and added more accessories for a little dog. My grandson did a fantastic job, considering it was his first sewing experience and he had fun. It was a great `reality' activity. I highly recommend the book and the activities it contains.
Young crafters will definitely need the help of an adult.
But the projects are cute. The book works good on the kindle fire 2012 version.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
The book lives up to the advertising. Simple to follow for a 10 year old. Inexpensive materials that are available locally.Published 19 months ago by Lorraine K Pedofsky
Absolutely LOVE this book! Have made over a dozen knitted animals. Instructions were easy to follow yet encouraged creativity. Read morePublished 21 months ago by Jo Ann Yoshida
I love the projects and printing patterns were okay. I don't like reading instructions on my ipad. I can't pinch and expand and it won't rotate for different views.Published on December 29, 2013 by Elise