Beginners Guide to Feltmaking (Beginners Guide to Needlecrafts) Softcover

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Beginners Guide to Feltmaking (Beginners Guide to Needlecrafts)

Author: Shirley Ascher and Jane Bateman

Search Press UK, 2007

ISBN: 9781844480043

pages 80

Handmade felt is a wonderfully versatile material  to work with- soft to touch and beautifully textured, you can combine wools, silks and yarns in a myriad of colours to create a stunning range of items. Hugely inspirational and instructive, Beginner's Guide to Feltmaking shows you how to magically transfor wool fibres into felt, and in the easy to follow, step by step projects you will learn how to combine different colours and textures so that, ultimately, you can create your own unique designs.

About the Author:

Shirley Ascher studied Art and Design at St. Albans School of Art. Jane Bateman's background is in journalism, and she spent a number of years designing handmade cards for her local tourist information office and the National Trust. They first started making felt together in 2001 after being inspired by a visit to the Chelsea Crafts Fair in London. Feltmaking soon became their passion, and a year later they were invited to display their work at a flower and craft festival in St. Albans Cathedral. Since then, they have written a number of articles for leading craft magazines and give regular feltmaking demonstrations throughout the UK.

Softcover book is in excellent condition

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