Tiny World: Felting!

Odd Dot (Author) Linda Li-Chee-Ming (Illustrator)
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Description

Discover your new craft obsession with Tiny World: Felting!, for ages 10 and up!

Welcome to Tiny World!: A series of cutie-patootie mini-craft kits created especially for beginners. Coupled with materials to make an adorable, miniature project, this full-color, photographic, thirty-two-page book provides an overview of needle felting and step-by-step instructions to create your very own teeny-tiny bear and bird friend.

The easy-to-learn project can be completed in just a few hours or less and looks fabulous on your bookshelf and desk, and to show off to your friends.

Materials Included: Wool, felting needle and felting tool, felting mat, and finger protector.

Product Details

Price
$14.99  $13.79
Publisher
Odd Dot
Publish Date
September 24, 2019
Dimensions
5.4 X 9.6 X 1.7 inches | 0.4 pounds
Language
English
Type
Other
EAN/UPC
9781250203854
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About the Author

Odd Dot is an imprint of Macmillan Children's Publishing Group dedicated to creating joyful books for curious minds. Our mission is to develop interactive and substantive gift books that explore categories and formats never seen before. We are a proudly odd mix of makers, creators, and engineers, guided by the priorities of innovation, education, and play.
Linda Li-Chee-Ming is a self-taught needle felting artist and the owner, designer, and maker behind Wild Whimsy Woolies. She lives in Toronto, Canada and holds degrees in zoology and biodiversity & conservation. She picked up needle felting as a hobby to get back to her creative side and to make heartfelt eco-friendly gifts for her family and friends. Linda now runs Wild Whimsy Woolies full-time. She enjoys mixing her passion for wildlife with her art to create cute whimsical animals that put a smile on people's faces while also showcasing the world's biodiversity and wildlife conservation issues.