• Felting for Baby
    Clear step-by-step instruction and detailed diagrams for 25 projects make felting easy for beginners, while the unique projects and beautiful colour photographs will inspire all crafters. Make the projects using wet or needle felting to add a touch of warmth to your nursery, crib, playroom, and beyond.

    Projects include baby booties, flying bluebirds mobile, musical clatter balls, warm bottle cover, mama's bag, soft play mat, snugly teddy bear...
  • Feminist Felties

    This quirky new craft book will provide you with all the creative inspiration you need to carry on making a powerful feminist statement in a subversively homespun way.

    Missy Covington shows how simple and satisfying it is to use easy-sew, craft-store felt as the medium for your message. You'll discover how to make a wide variety of projects that are as edgy as they are whimsical, including a gallery of feminist icons in badge form, entertaining busy book pages to smash the patriarchy as you play, and stylised depictions of the female reproductive system as Christmas tree decorations.

    The gluing, stitching and embroidery techniques Missy employs are easy to master, and whatever the project, there is all the step-by-step practical guidance you need to ensure impressive results.

  • First-Time Felting

    Felting and fibre expert Ruth Lane teaches a class for absolute beginners on three classic methods of felting.

    Start by learning about the various types of wool fibres used for felting, preparing them for the process and simple methods for dyeing. Next, discover the basic supplies and techniques for wet felting, nuno felting and needle felting.

    You'll use those essential skills to make fun, easy projects – artworks, embellished fashions, three-dimensional figures and more – skills you'll turn to again and again to create your own original pieces!

  • Flowers in Felt & Stitch

    Packed with colour and style, this gorgeous and inspiring book delves deep into the world of felt painting. The book includes an introduction to Moy's use of colour and texture, as well as a useful section detailing what inspires her and how she forms these initial ideas into a composition.

    The focus here is flowers – in still life, in the landscape and as botanical portraits – and the book includes an in-depth techniques section on creating a range of different flower and leaf shapes, so that the reader can go on to produce their own unique masterpieces.

    There are four easy-to-follow but inspiring step-by-step projects, along with extensive galleries of Moy's vibrant work.

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  • How to Make Little Needle Felted Teddy Bears

    Judy Balchin and Roz Dace show you how to you’re your own wonderful little needle-felted teddy bears.

    • 18 loveable bears to choose from, each with its own special character, and all easy and fun to make
    • Each bear measures around 10–12cm tall and can be made in a matter of hours from a bundle of wool fibres, a felting needle and some carefully chosen embellishments
    • 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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  • Little Needle-Felt Animals

    This book includes a comprehensive introduction and guide to getting started with needlefeleting, a breakdown of the basic needlefelting techniques and the equipment you will need. It also features a very cute photograph of each animal and an illustrated step-by-step guide.

    Learn to make the 30 little animals including a lion, baby elephant, penguin, dolphin, snail, guinea pig, puppy, kitten, rabbit, sheep, pig ...

  • Mini Felt Christmas

    Sachiyo Ishii shows you how to make 30 fabulously cute and quirky felt ornaments to adorn your home during the festive season.

    Choose from a host of tree decorations, from traditional baubles to fun penguins and a snowman; as well as larger projects that include Santa Claus complete with sleigh and reindeer; a yule log with little mini bakers; a stunning gingerbread house that looks good enough to eat; a felt holly wreath; and the complete Christmas Story.

    All the techniques and stitches you need are explained carefully through clear, step-by-step photographs at the beginning of the book, and all the templates are provided at the back.

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    Felt Supplies Check out our range of pure wool felt available in a range of lovely colours.

  • My First Needle Felting Book

    Children will discover the fun of needle-felting with these 30 adorable step-by-step animal projects to create a wonderful menagerie of adorable needle-felted animals. It begins with 2D projects, such as brooches and a bookmark, then moves on to simple 3D projects such as a wide-eyed owl. Children can then progress their needle-felting skills by making dogs, a panda, a pony and many more fantastic creatures.

    There is a comprehensive techniques section so that children can perfect their needle-felting skills, and each project includes a photo of the finished animal and is broken down into clear illustrated steps.

  • Natural World of Needle Felting

    Fi Oberon, taking inspiration both from the farm where she grew up and the countryside and seaside in the north of England, has created a delightful collection of projects.

    Ranging from simple to more complex, they include a charming selection of animals found in different natural environments, from a woodland owl and hedgehog, to a farmyard cow and hen with her chicks, to a polar bear and penguin. Divided into four chapters – Uplands, Frozen Plains, Farmyard & Fields and Coast – each adorable creature is presented in a specially designed set to reflect its habitat, and there are additional instructions for making incidental items such as dandelions, mushrooms, plants and trees.

    As an experienced tutor, Fi's instructions are clear and engaging, as she teaches new skills and techniques while encouraging experimentation and self-expression. Her irresistible felt sculptures will appeal to animal and nature lovers as well as crafters.

  • Needle Felting from Basics to Bears

    This book shows you how to create tiny bears, rabbits, dogs, cats, fairies, dolls, cupcakes and more.

    Basic instructions and step-by-step photos show you what you will need and how to begin, plus advanced options for once you've mastered the basics. Learn to make joints so that the arms and legs can really move. Instructions on how to make unique details such as pointed ears, long tails and different noses and muzzles.

  • Pedigree Dogs in Needle Felt

    Join Gai Button as she shares the secrets of making beautiful miniature dogs from needle felt.

    Using different wools, silks and fibres along with just three needles, you can make all manner of realistic dog breeds, including labradors, pugs, poodles and border terriers. This simple and affordable craft uses little space and offers a world of fun results.

    • 6 step-by-step projects for making your own adorable miniature pet
    • Clear, simple and innovative techniques
    • Suitable for beginners and experts alike

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  • Sew Your Own Felt Advent Calendar

    This year, why not add a personal touch to your Christmas countdown by making your own felt calendar, filled with an array of festive felt figures to delight the whole family? Felt is soft, tactile and very easy to use, and sewers of all abilities will enjoy creating this fabulous festive decoration.

    Sachiyo Ishii starts by showing you how to make the basic calendar, and then provides easy-to-follow, step-by-step instructions and templates for 24 tiny felt toys to place in the pockets. These cute little Christmas-themed projects are quick to make using just a few pieces of felt, stuffing, thread and ribbons, and make perfect little gifts for children and adults alike.

    Easy to make and fun to use, the calendar can be stored away and brought out year after year to become a much-loved family favourite for many years to come.

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    Felt Supplies Check out our range of pure wool felt available in a range of lovely colours.

  • Super-Cute Felt

    Super-Cute Felt will open your eyes to a whole world of felting possibilities.

    Split into four chapters, there are 35 projects for Accessories, Gifts, Homeware and Celebrations, as well as a handy section explaining materials, techniques and equipment. Complete with easy-to-follow step-by-step instructions and illustrations, Super-Cute Felt has a project for all abilities.

  • The Textile Artist: Felt and Fibre Art

    Val Hughes' exceptional themed collections showcase their versatility with stunning panels, wearable art, wall hangings, bags, jewellery and accessories.

    She explains how to use your senses and emotions as inspiration for your own incredible textile artwork, and how to use wool and water to bring them into reality as felt. Each of Val's collections is explored through themed galleries of her inspirational wearable art alongside step-by-step projects for you to try.

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  • Uniquely Felt

    This is the ultimate guide to felting for beginners. Christine White shows that adding water and a little soap to a loose pile of wool fibres offers almost limitless textile possibilities (with amazing ease) for hands-on crafters.

    The author describes the equipment, explores the concepts and theories of felting, and thoroughly explains all techniques: traditional, needle, 3-D seamless, nuno, cobweb, carved and Beede ball.

    The 48 fabulous projects offer something for every fibre artist, from a realistic poppy cushion to a little girl's dress.

  • Wild & Tame Needlefelt Animals

    From the sweetest kitten to clever chimpanzees, you can create your own menagerie of delightful, needlefelted creatures. These adorable creations are simpler to create than you can imagine. Bring to life creatures – wild and tame – with wool roving, a felting needle and your own imagination.

    Inside you'll find:
    • 24 animals from emperor penguins to sheep, and pandas to rabbits
    • Complete photographed technique section that gives you the skills to create three-dimensional sculptures from wool roving
    • Clear diagrams and step-by--step instructions for each animal sculpture