22 September 2014

£8.99

BC Paperback

190x235 mm

9781782210696

9781782210696

96 pages

Search Press

How to Make Little Needle-Felted Teddy Bears

by Judy Balchin & Roz Dace

Needle-felting is an easy and fun technique, requiring little in the way of expensive materials or equipment. Its accessibility means it's becoming more and more popular, and here Judy Balchin and Roz Dace show you how to make 20 wonderful little teddy bears using this tactile technique. Each bear measures around 10-12cm (4-5in) tall and can be made in a matter of hours from a bundle of wool fibres, a felting needle and some carefully chosen embellishments. Each bear has its own special character, and they make ideal gifts and keepsakes for friends and love ones. There's a pretty ballet bear, a cool Christmas bear, as well as a vintage bear, rainbow bear and cute baby bears. Each project is accompanied by clear, step-by-step instructions and beautiful photographs, and there are handy hints and tips throughout the book to help the making process even easier. Detailed guidance is provided at the start of the book on the materials and equipment you need; how to sculpt a basic bear; make your bears' paws, feet and faces; and how to really bring your bear to life by carefully positioning the nose, eyes and ears. The techniques are easy to learn and soon you will be designing and making bears of your own to keep or give.
Pop over to the Woolly Felters website to see their full range of kits and workshops: www.woollyfelters.com

Needle-felting is a popular technique that is easy to master and fun to do
20 fabulous little bears to choose from, all easy to make and packed full of personality
Clear guidance on how to needle-felt is provided, as well as step-by-step instructions and fun photos for every project, so even those new to needle-felting will be able to make all the teddies in this book

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