By Sophie Buckley, Steffi Stern
Making Needle Felted Animals is an essential guide for anyone interested in the popular craft of needle felting. Whether you are completely new to needle felting or an experienced felter, this book will have something to offer, whether that is precise instruction or creative inspiration.
Written by two authors expert in making and teaching crafts to students of all ages and abilities, instructions are easy to follow and include practical yet creative ideas to fix common mistakes. The projects in the book arise from a genuine love of the natural world and animals, whether they be family pets or wild creatures whose widespread ill-treatment has brought them into the limelight. Requiring no experience other than an interest in working and playing with wool, projects progressively build on skills throughout and will transform you into an avid needle-felter in no time at all.
About the Authors
Steffi Stern owns Mother Goose craft shop and events space in Nailsworth, Gloucestershire. She was born in Germany and, encouraged by her mother’s own passion for knitting and crochet, enjoyed the German handcraft tradition at a young age. Steffi is now the mother of four children, and continues to draft with and for them. Inspired by her love of good quality materials and commitment to making meaningful handcrafts, she founded Mother Goose in 2010.
Sophie Buckley is primarily a crochet and needle-felt artist working in the Cotswolds area. She was brought up creating and went on to study contemporary crafts at Falmouth University College, where she began specialising in textiles. She is an experienced workshop leader and has worked with adults of all abilities. She often runs workshops at Mother Goose.
Publisher: Hawthorn Press
Size: 25x20 cm
Publication date: 2015/06/04