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Big Little Felt Universe
by Jeanette Lim
Pub Date: March 2011
ISBN: 9781600596759
Format: Paperback, 176pp
all in color
8 1/2 X 10

Enter the imaginative universe of crafting with felt, with this irresistible collection featuring a super-cute Asian-inspired aesthetic. Twelve “sets” include more than 70 projects, from fruits and a felt knife for “slicing” them to a show-stopping birthday cake with decorations and detachable candles. Hundreds of photos and full-size templates make the crafting easy.

Author Bio
JEANETTE LIM has sold more than 6,000 of her original patterns in her Etsy shop ( Jeanette is one of the 12 featured crafters in Craft-In (Lark, Fall 2010). She lives in SINGAPORE.

What Others Are Saying
“It's super-cute, super-fun, and super-easy. The craft of felting knitted stuff has now morphed into the creative use of felt to produce everyday look-alike objects, as Lim, one of the craft's prime practitioners, demonstrates in her first crafts book. Without much delay or set-up (after all, just combine felt fabrics, threads, and stuffing), she launches into her dozen sets, each featuring three-to-four items, at least. Directions come first, with emphasis on full-color, step-by-step photographs and streamlined captions. A list of supplies, including felt dimensions, and full-size templates follow-a change from the usual crafting pattern format. The designs, to be honest, are terminally cute. Who could resist sewing a minicomputer with a pear logo or a noncaloric sundae piled high with ice cream scoops and fruit toppings?” -Booklist
“Lim, who has a successful Etsy shop of felt patterns, here offers a collection of stuffed toys sewn from high-quality felt fabric that will charm almost every crafter. The projects are hand sewn using a few simple stitches, and many of the items include a great deal of detail—such as a fruit-topped cake with scallops of sewn icing. Photos of each step as well as full-size patterns are provided for each project, eliminating the need to enlarge or shrink pattern copies. While many of the projects in the book would make fun decor for whimsical adults, all of them, made in appropriately child-safe felt, will produce exciting playthings for children.” - Library Journal

“(An) adorable book...we just can’t seem to put it down. Felt projects are just too darn cute, and they are a great way to reinforce hand sewing skills, too.” - BurdaStyle

“The most adorable craft book we have seen in a long time.” - Prudent Baby