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How to Make Stuffed Animals: Modern, Simple Patterns and Instructions for 18 Projects Paperback – July 1, 2012
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Jennifer Korff, who operates under the moniker Sophik, is a designer, illustrator and photographer. Upon practicing her skills at Moore College of Art and Design when she was young, Jen later attended the Rochester Institute of Technology where she acquired a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree as well as an Associate of Science degree in Photography. View her work at http://www.sophikstudio.com.
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Top Customer Reviews
One of the things I appreciate about her designs is that they work well for making less plushy/furry type animals, and you can use interesting printed materials and still have a recognizable doll. My favorite little character in this books is the Narwhal, poor narwhals are usually so overlooked. Her dogs are all delightful, and the fox and squirrel are other stand out favorites.
Her hand drawn instructions are charming and easy to follow. The drawings enhance the book and you can sense the love and investment she has in her designs.
If you are about to attempt the squirrel be aware that there is something wrong with the arms. I sew them just a bit smaller to have enough fabric for the arms not to come appart!!!
Excellent buy nontheless!!!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I so hate to do a bad review. But I didn't want to wait for the book in the mail, so I ordered the kindle version. I cannot print the patterns making the book virtually useless. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Heather
Didn't start making any of the animals just yet, wish the pattern where full size. Need a printer.Published 5 months ago by Amazon Customer
Love this inspiring book. Good for someone interested in making toys. Shipped immediately. Some patterns included.Published 17 months ago by Reagan Dobler