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This gorgeous new book from the team at Mollie Makes brings together ten designers and makers. Taking their inspiration from the natural world, they have come up with over twenty exclusive projects just for you, based around the ever-popular theme of birds. With ideas for handmade accessories, cards and gifts, this book is perfect for nature-lovers. It is full to bursting of ideas for using cute designs and pretty motifs in your craft projects. Includes a variety of crafts, with full instructions for knitting, crochet, sewing and papercraft projects, as well as ideas on how to turn your junk-shop finds into works of crafty art. Each project is accompanied by clear step-by-step instructions and beautiful photography, with hints and tips on personalising your makes, ensuring that everything you create is unique, just like you. Word count: 20,000
With ideas for handmade accessories, cards and gifts, this book is perfect for nature-lovers. It's bursting with ideas for using cute designs and pretty motifs in your craft projects. Based around the ever-so-popular theme of birds, Mollie Makes Feathered Friends includes a variety of crafts, with full instructions for knitting, crochet, sewing and papercraft projects. This delightful book offers clear step-by-step instructions and beautiful photography, with hints and tips on personalizing your projects to ensure that everything you create is unique.
We love to make - handmade is more than just a hobby for us, it's in everything we do. We can't resist hunting down treasures in thrift stores, then customising, re-covering and embellishing our finds with our endless stash of ribbons and bows, buttons and beads, fabric and felt. We're forever on the lookout for new inspiration. Whatever we do, we're living and loving handmade.
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