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“If any book deserves to be called “The Felt Maker’s Bible,” this is it. White, founder of Magpie Designs Felting Studio (www.magpiefelt.com), pours a rich draught of felt-making information into this manual, covering basic felt-making techniques as well as needle, nuno, cobweb, 3-D, and carved techniques and featuring 46 projects. But what makes this a title of lasting value for libraries is the depth of solid information it offers on the craft and its history, on various artists, and on related topics like setting up a felt-making studio, teaching felt making, and leading community felt-making projects. Highly recommended for large public and academic libraries”. – Library Journal, April 15, 2008 (starred)
i only have put in the color ink and the printing is far from true. Perhaps I need to replace the black for it to work.Published 1 month ago by Judith Caselli
Bible for wet felt making. More of a how to book less of a project bookPublished 6 months ago by Kmc
This book gives a lot of the "Whys" that I have been missing in my journey as a Fiber Artist. I have been learning to felt on my own, and making it up as I went along. Read morePublished 7 months ago by A. Frayser
I really like this book...it very helpful in learning about the different fibers and how they work to make felt. Read morePublished 9 months ago by alma russell
Okay. I get it; the authors want to show off their designs, and one has to read around the corners for details of technique and process. Read morePublished 11 months ago by D. Elayne Warren
I bought this book as part of a kit from Dharma Trading to do a few beginner felting projects, along with the wool, silk, dye's, and a couple of needle tools. Read morePublished 11 months ago by IMHO