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Magical Forest Fairy Crafts Through the Seasons - Make 25 Enchanting Forest Fairies Gnomes & More from Simple Supplies - cover

Magical Forest Fairy Crafts Through the Seasons - Make 25 Enchanting Forest Fairies Gnomes & More from Simple Supplies

Lenka Vodicka-Paredes, Asia Currie

Publisher: FunStitch Studio

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Summary

25 seasonal, toymaking project for kids, including faeries, gnomes, animals, and more, from the authors of Forest Fairy Crafts. 
 
Share the magic of sewing with everyone you meet! The best-selling authors behind Forest Fairy Crafts are back with all-new projects approved by crafty kids. Sew a forest of delightful felt fairies, gnomes, and decorations from simple supplies, using new skills such as embroidery. The illustrated guide teaches you how to stitch patterns and personalize these charming characters and toys through the seasons—summer, spring, fall, and winter. (Plus get tips for adult helpers on how to help kids craft!) Great for children’s parties, classrooms, and other groups, these crafts appeal to boys, girls, and the young at heart!   
 
• Felt, beads, and imagination! Sew over 25 fairyland projects from everyday supplies you have on hand 
 
• Craft fairies, gnomes, and forest friends with kid-tested patterns carefully developed by two teachers 
 
• Embellish your little friends with colorful threads, yarn, buttons, and sequins  
 
• Decorate your home, play with handcrafted toys, and celebrate every season
Available since: 08/01/2018.
Print length: 144 pages.

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