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Luna Lapin - Making New Friends - cover

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Luna Lapin - Making New Friends

Sarah Peel, Grace Machon

Publisher: David & Charles

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Summary

“These are beautiful, heirloom toys accompanied by stories, so it’s not just a craft book, it’s a making experience.” —Rachel Read It 
 
Learn to make Luna Lapin’s friends and their exquisite wardrobes. This collection of sewing patterns features five of Luna’s best friends (as well as Luna herself) along with their clothes including Hugh the hound, Daisy the sheep, Ramsey the ram, Rowan the squirrel and Freya the fawn. 
 
Author Sarah Peel takes classic garments and recreates them on a miniature scale and with exquisite fabrics including Liberty cottons, wool tweed and French lace. Full sized patterns and step-by-step instructions are included, as well as a collection of charming stories about the characters and their adventures. 
 
Praise for Making Luna Lapin 
 
“[The] cutest of Heirloom Hares . . . The book is a little treasure; it’s beautifully photographed throughout and contains some sweet stories.” —Sew Sarah Smith 
 
“If you’re into sewing super cute softies with big personalities, this book might just be up your ally . . . [a] gem.” —Studio iHanna
Available since: 08/11/2020.
Print length: 393 pages.

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