Palm-Size Softies: Patterns and Ideas for 44 Stuffed Pets and Dolls That Fit in the Palm of Your Hand

Palm Size Softies Patterns and Ideas for Stuffed Pets and Dolls That Fit in the Palm of Your Hand Packed with than unique adorable projects Palm Size Softies shows you how easy it is to create some of the most stylish stuffed toys around Full color images provide a panoramic view of each crit

  • Title: Palm-Size Softies: Patterns and Ideas for 44 Stuffed Pets and Dolls That Fit in the Palm of Your Hand
  • Author: Hitomi Takahashi Mikiko Matsui Akemi Tsubo
  • ISBN: 9781589235618
  • Page: 405
  • Format: Paperback
  • Packed with than 40 unique, adorable projects, Palm Size Softies shows you how easy it is to create some of the most stylish stuffed toys around Full color images provide a panoramic view of each critter, and the step by step instructions and included templates will make construction of your new friends effortless and quick Whether you re searching for a loveable liPacked with than 40 unique, adorable projects, Palm Size Softies shows you how easy it is to create some of the most stylish stuffed toys around Full color images provide a panoramic view of each critter, and the step by step instructions and included templates will make construction of your new friends effortless and quick Whether you re searching for a loveable little pup, kitten, bunny, or bear, you ll find a fun, fast, low cost craft project that the whole family will enjoy Easy to find materials and distinctive fabrics will give your projects personalities all their own.

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    1. I grabbed this book to inspire my teen who has just gotten into making amigarumi animals and other little 'friends.' She really enjoyed making a lot of the little friends. Lots of inspiration to make things using snippets and bits.

    2. The title pretty much says it all. This is amigurumi using fabric instead of yarn. The instructions are a little sketchy (literally!) but in the end you should have a whole raft of little big-eyed creatures to cuddle and love.

    3. Cute projects!Good = Full size patterns, so no enlarging.Bad = Everything is super tiny. That means hard to sew and hard to turn.

    4. This is such a cute book.Many of the projects are adorable.I've finished two of them so far and plan on more.The instructions are easy and clear. The only thing that is difficult about these little toys are that they are SO SMALL.Turning everything inside out is difficult and a test in patience, but my two youngest love their chihuahuas and my oldest child is anticipating his jack russel terrier.

    5. Top marks for tiny & cute. The softies are adorable. The patterns & ideas part is pretty cheeky IMO - tiny little drawings with microscopic handwritten instructions like "sew together" and "add eyes". Cute instructions for sure- practical, not so much. Great gallery photos & staging, lots of variety.

    6. Lots of cute critters to choose from! I can't wait to make some of these. They use lots of types of fabric, so will be perfect for all the scraps I have sitting around in the studio. Now, which one to make first?

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