February 29, 2016

#Review of Little Felted Dogs: Easy Projects for Making Adorable Pups by Saori Yamazaki

Genres:  Crafts
Pages: 112
Source:  Blogging for Books
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Create the cutest versions of your favorite dogs in just a few simple steps
 
Whether you adore dachshunds or dalmatians, you’ll be surprised at how easy it is to make charming miniatures of them with a felting needle and some raw wool. Great for beginners, the two dozen projects in Little Felted Dogs provide surprisingly life-like results—choose from a litter of golden retriever puppies, a pug ready to fetch, a begging bulldog, a protective chihuahua, and more. Even better, you’ll go from ball of fluff to perfect pooch in no time at all!





SAORI YAMAZAKI is the author of several felting books in Japanese and English. She lives in Tokyo with her three dogs--Charmy, Beau, and Mametaro.



This book is not for the weak at heart! Ill have to post some pictures when I get a chance but man I think my dogs look like I have murdered them!  I must have stuck myself so many times!  I know understand why if you search on Easy for Felted animals they cost up around $100+ each.  

So rules of the road with this book! 

1. Its not for kids!  These needles are very sharp! 
2. It will take time to get the hang of this.  
3. Worth the risk! 

So this book gives wonderful step by step instructions to create your own little felted dogs. You have 24 little puppies to choose from each one cuter than the last.  This book is full of wonder pictures to help you along the way and would be great for the beginning or advanced felt-er. 

I would say that if you have older kids that this would be a fun family activity.  Everyone could make a puppy. 


 Go Into This One Knowing 
Not for kids











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