Crafting a Felt Farm

Crafting a Felt Farm

By:  Reinhard, Rotraud
Cardwell, Anna


9781782506706
$19.95 Paperback (Trade paperback (UK))
 09/01/2020
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83.0 X 9.0 in
128 pg


CRAFTS & HOBBIES / Felting
CRAFTS & HOBBIES / Toymaking
CRAFTS & HOBBIES / Nature Crafts

A unique craft book in two parts. Learn to make a felted farm and enjoy an illustrated story! 

The crafting section contains step-by-step instructions, complete with beautiful color photographs, showing how to make an entire farm with a variety of needle-felted animals, people, and buildings. 

The illustrated story takes those characters, animals, and settings and tells a tale of a fun-filled day on the farm. 

Crafters might choose to make a only a few animals to supplement an existing farm set, and the entire farm makes a wonderful project for both children and adults. Children can make simple items and animals, and adults can tackle the more intricate projects. 

Throughout this felting guide, experienced felter Rotraud Reinhard provides tips and tricks for working with felt and bringing color and life to your farm.

C O N T E N T S:

Introduction
Get Ready for Felting

Projects for Children and Beginners
Landscape and Objects
Simple Animals

Projects for Experienced Felters
Sitting Animals
Standing Animals
Animals with Wire Legs
Miniature Animals
Human Figures
Finishing Touches while Wet
Finishing Touches when Dry

Building the Farm
Day 1: Preliminary Building Work
Day 2: Adding Landscape and Detail
Day 3: Finishing and Details
Household Items

Story: A Day on the Farm

Rotraud Reinhard, born in Germany in 1961, began working with felt in 1989 and developed the technique that makes possible three-dimensional felting. She leads felting courses in her workshop and offers lessons in schools and kindergartens. She is the author of several books on felting and lives in the medieval castle village of Maienfels, Germany, with her family, a dog, and a cat.

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Anna Cardwell is a translator who lives in Edinburgh, UK.