Felt Wee Folk: Enchanting Projects
Salley Mavor’s charming, bendable Wee Folk fairies and dolls are real show-stoppers. Learn to create your own tiny figures and accessories using wool felt, chenile stems, simple embellishments, and Salley’s new step-by-step guide. Take your work along with you anywhere - no sewing machine needed!
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Felt wee folk: enchanting projectsUser Review - Not Available - Book Verdict
Mavor lives in a magical world populated by wee people with wooden beads for heads, acorns for hats, and bodies built on chenille stems. It is difficult to put this book of delightful sewing ... Read full review
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20mm unvarnished wooden Acorn cap acrylic paint approximately 1/4 armature page 31 background piece balsam fir bead for head bead head beads for buttons Bend blanket body midsection butterﬂy cap to fit CHECKBOOK HOLDER curve DIRECTIONS Follow Step doll armature doll's Doug Mindell edge embroider embroidery floss Embroidery needle embroidery stitches fairy skirt faux flower fit the bead ﬂap ﬂeece for hair floss ﬂoss tightly ﬂoss to blanketstitch ﬂower flower petals French knots green wool felt guide to shape Hansel and Gretel inside leaf beads length looped and wavy Metallic seed beads neck one—ply ﬂoss pants photo by Doug piece green piece orange pieces for clothing Pinking shears pliers PURSE Materials round nail heads satin stitch second boot single stem Snap Snap fasteners Squeeze stem sections straight stitch tail tunic unvarnished wooden bead Website wire WlNG Wool felt pieces Wool ﬂeece