Great Little Craft Book!


I had the opportunity to review this book and it really packed a punch!  The book is a unique shape (rectangle but shorter than it is longer).  It easily fits into your craft bag or purse allowing you to take it with you if you craft on the go!
I fell in love with these petite felted dogs and had to have this book.  I am working on my first one and hope it comes out somewhat like the picture does.
This is my first time working in the felt material and with a needle.  This does take some practice, but the outcome will be well worth it.
The book has a section dedicated to 24 breeds of dogs, running the gamut from Pug to Bernese Mountain and everything in between.  Be sure to check this out if you are looking to learn a new craft.
The instructions are clear, and the beginning section provides for all the tools and essentials needed to get you started. The images, pre-construction and post are clear and very helpful.
Give this one a try!


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!

“I received this book from Blogging for Books for this review.”

About formangirl

Married and Mom to two my sweet boys Alexander and Noah. Also FurMom to Rocky the Pug. Avid Family Historian and Scrapbooker.
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