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Title: BEGINNER'S GUIDE TO NEEDLE FELTING
By: Susanna Wallis
Format: Paperback

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ISBN 10: 1844482510
ISBN 13: 9781844482511
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Publisher: SEARCH PRESS LTD
Pages: 64
Description: Demonstrates how to create pictures and three-dimensional objects using wool and simple needle felting techniques. This title helps to learn how to make cards, pictures, jewellery, a bird and even a figure from wool. It includes step by step photographs. It features six projects.
Synopsis: Learn how to make charming cards, pictures, jewellery, a bird and even a figure from wool.
Illustrations: colour illustrations throughout
Publication: UK
Imprint: Search Press Ltd
Returns: Returnable
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