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Big Little Felt Universe: Sew It, Stuff It, Squeeze It, Fun! Paperback – March 1, 2011
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My only issue with the book is that it can be difficult to photocopy some of the pattern pieces that are close to the spine. For those, I recommend using tracing paper instead. It would be useful for the publisher to include a CD or memory card with .pdf patterns for the reader to print out her or himself in future editions.
Cake (A yummy cake covered with fruits such as kiwi, sliced bananas, decorative frosting, etc.)
Camping (All the gear you need for a pretend campout - a log fire, s'mores, compass, pocket knife and more)
Sundae (An adorable banana split with whipped cream and cherries)
Office (Laptop, stapler, calculator - all the tools for success!)
Plants (Amazing bamboo, violets and cactus potted plants!)
Holiday (Super cute gingerbread house, plus cookies and milk for Santa!)
Veggies (Crunch carrots, juicy tomatoes, white radishes and more from the garden)
Doctor (A medical kit with stethoscope, prescription bottle, bandages and other healing equipment)
Grill (Hamburgers and hotdogs, anyone?)
Purse (Everything you need for a day on the town - lipstick, credit card, compact, cell phone!)
Fruits (Realistic pears, apples, bananas and watermelon)
Tools (A tool belt with hammer, electric drill, saw, wrench and screwdriver)
I highly recommend this book to anyone interested in making toys or felties or plush projects!! There's something for everyone included!!
The book has lots of photos, clear instructions, and full size patterns to copy. The projects use standard felt and fiberfill that can be found at any craft store and some of them call for additional materials such as cardboard or plastic to add for firmness. There is also a section of Christmas ornaments and a felt gingerbread house.
I'll definitely be using this book to create toys for future grandkids! No age range is suggested for these toys, but some of the items are small, and others have small pieces of felt sewn on that, should they come loose, could pose a choking hazard for very young children who still put everything in their mouths, so discretion is advised. Otherwise, I love the potential for creative playtime that these projects provide.
I received a copy of this book for review from the publisher but the opinion of it is my own and was not solicited, nor was a positive review required.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This book is a great starter book for felt crafts. Nice pictures and easy to follow instructions.
The seller was was great to work with. Read more
I've had a lot of fun with this book. There are a lot of great projects to do and my children have loved the results (so much so that I have to make two of everything so they won't... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Rachel Pinney
As long as you use 100% wool felt, thes are all worth while making. You should also use cotton stuffing to stuff, keep the fibers natural! It lasts longer. Great pattetns! Read morePublished 2 months ago by Mary Ellen
I love this book! I've already made the little fire set within and it gets a lot of playtime from our kids!Published 4 months ago by Danielle F
Super fun projects. Easy to follow. Cant wait to sew more of them!Published 5 months ago by Heather.Robinson1
Beautiful book with patterns and directions for many felt items.Published 8 months ago by cindy lynch
Fast courteous service. The craft fun book is exactly what I wanted.Published 9 months ago by Donna Long
has weird stuff in it, don't waste your time or money. it's junk.Published 11 months ago by melissa cockrell