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Crocheted Wild Animals: A Collection of Wild and Woolly Friends to Makeby Vanessa Mooncie
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Animal projects are all the grr-rage! Unleash the creative beast in you with the 15 wild animal projects you'll find in Crocheted Wild Animals, including a rabbit, a camel, a frog, a flamingo, an owl, a polar bear, and a chameleon. Projects vary in complexity, but you'll want to make every one — and with the easy-to-understand instructions you can!
Crochet toys that will earn you rock star status. The projects in Crocheted Wild Animals are great fun to make, but the real payoff comes when you see the delight in the eyes of the lucky recipients of these toys. And, there's everything to love and nothing to fear from these critters. Because these wild animals come with detailed patterns plus toy-making tips and techniques, taming the way to successfully making each and every one.
A fun learning experience and great value. While 15 complete projects with all the extra how-to information makes Crocheted Wild Animals a great buy — there's more. Each toy animal comes with its own interesting back story, country of origin, unique personality, and surprising facts about its behavior and habitat. More than a toy, each crocheted wild animal is a special friend with its own special story — the perfect gift.
Gather crochet know-how for making toy animals of all shapes and sizes. The book features a clear, detailed crochet pattern for each animal, plus toy-making tips. Along the way, readers will also learn some interesting and surprising facts about each wild animal.
The projects vary in level of complexity, and there is an easy to understand techniques section to help lapsed and beginning crocheters with basic crochet skills.
About the Author
Vanessa Mooncie is a children's wear designer, illustrator, and commercial interior designer. She specializes in silkscreen work and designing crochet jewelry through her company Kissy Suzuki (www.kissysuzuki.com). She lives with her family in the south of England, and is a regular contributor to magazines and GMC craft books.
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