Kids Learn To Crochet
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Following the success of Kids Learn to Knit, Lucinda Guy and Francois Hall have combined forces again to show young children, from 6 years of age, how to crochet, with the help of Francois Hall s witty animal illustrations: two little mice and a friendly wolf. The book takes children from the very first steps of learning about yarns, to how to make a foundation chain, how to work the basic crochet stitches, such as double, half treble and treble crochet. It explains how to shape crochet and how to work in the round, and how to stitch crochet pieces together. Each stage in the learning process culminates in a simple, brightly coloured project, so young crocheters can test their skills and have fun doing so at the same time.
POM POM POM
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So you think you know how to make a pompom? Try these and take your skills up a notch or two! The fabulous pompoms in this book, by Vietnamese artist Henry Le, make other pompoms look distinctly ordinary. Using a delightfully clever yet easy method of layering yarn colours, and careful trimming, Henry achieves shading and structure that makes these little pompoms stand out from the crowd. There are over 50 fun and fashionable designs to create, from animals and emojis to sushi and cakes. Each project is accompanied by simple instructional diagrams and beautiful photography. Plus there s step-by-step text and photographs for when you need to learn something that s extra to the basic pompom techniques covered at the start of the book. So, beginners need not worry all the information is there and easy to follow. In addition to the array of pompom projects, there s a section showing how to turn these adorable little pompoms into cute accessories, including rings, pendants, earrings and keyrings. Make them in different colours to suit your outfits, and give them as gifts to friends. Once you ve mastered the techniques, you can come up with your own unique designs!
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Pompoms are currently super-fashionable, whether adorning a headdress, swinging from a bag handle or dangling from a mobile or keyring. But why have a plain coloured pompom when you could have a tiny panda pompom or a watermelon slice pompom? With no fancy equipment needed – in fact, you can make do with rings cut from cardboard, four bulldog clips, a pencil and a pair of scissors, plus your yarn – these pompoms are inexpensive to make for yourself or for others. With striking, graphic photography and clear step-by-step photographs to accompany all the instructions – and with each pompom taking no more than an hour to make – with Pompomania you can easily add a little pomzazz to your world.
Sock Puppet Madness: Marty Allen
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Written by puppet-making expert Marty Allen, Sock Puppet Madness is a book with 35 colourful character ideas you'll be able to make in minutes. Featuring fun and outlandish characters like Bawston the ornery cat puppet and Sebastian Metaphor, the book has simple step-by-step instructions and handy illustrations for how to make each one and all the materials used are extremely affordable. Every puppet also has its own back story and all the templates and techniques you'll need to create them are also included in detail.
Start to Quilt
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NEW IN PAPERBACK Step by step photographs and easy to follow instructions make it easy for readers from ten to teens to start quilting. There are only a few stitches and techniques to learn and no advanced sewing skills are required. The bright, full colour photographs and funky design will inspire youngsters to make fabulous projects to show off to all their friends. Table of Contents · Make fantastic bags, a wild and wonderful wall hanging, a phone pouch and a fun felt book cover · Simple techniques and lots of creative ideas · Clear instructions and everything you need to know to start quilting