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Needle Felting Book for Beginners - Craft Amazing Needle Felting Patterns and Needle Felted Animals and Projects with Wool Using this Step by Step User Instructions Guide (Pictures Included) - cover

Needle Felting Book for Beginners - Craft Amazing Needle Felting Patterns and Needle Felted Animals and Projects with Wool Using this Step by Step User Instructions Guide (Pictures Included)

Angela Kemp

Publisher: Angela Kemp

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Are you looking for amazing DIY crafts you can start right now to explore your creative side? Do you want a step by step guide to creating awesome needle felting projects in no time? Do you want to monetize your needle felting skills and felted projects? If so, then keep reading!

Needle Felting Book for Beginners shows you everything you need to know to begin your needle felting journey in creating amazing needle felted designs. This book though written for beginners, its content, however, is adapted to suit everyone (kids and adults alike) irrespective of their level of proficiency in needle felting. As a beginner, you will learn how to commence your needle felting journey and make amazing crafts. You will be taken by the hand and walked through a step-by-step clearly illustrated and pictorial guide of 15 needle-felting projects such as:

	Felted buttons
	Felted rainbow pillow
	Felted teacup
	Felted dog
	Felted cat
	Felted dala horse
	Felted rabbit
	Felted elephant and;
	Felted teddy bear among others

As an experienced felter, you will learn how to take your craft to the next level, how to establish yourself as an authority in the art of needle felting while building a community around it, and how you can earn massively from your crafts.

In summary, this book will;

	Provide you with in-depth knowledge of what needle felting entails
	Expose you to the therapeutic benefits of needle felting, including its role in reducing the possibility of having Alzheimer's disease
	Educate you on the key needle felting terminologies you need to know
	Help you uncover the important tools and materials you need to get started with your craft
	Enlighten you on how to monetize your craft, become an authority in it and build a community around it.
	Show you some important tips and tricks to make the most of your needle felting journey worthwhile
	Help you address important questions and problems other felters usually encounter

…And so much more!

This book has helped demystify the art of needle felting in a simplistic manner that makes it even possible for a child to comprehend. So then, even if you are a "total novice," you have nothing to be worried about because this book can turn you into a skilled needle felter in no time, with enough practice and patience.

If you are ready to kickstart your needle felting journey and give life to that awesome idea, then get this book RIGHT NOW

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