Ewa Kuniczak has worked in craft and textiles for her whole life, teaching and travelling all over the world exhibiting her work. She specialises in seamless felt articles, fibre-sculpted figures and vessels, mixed media felts and has won numerous awards for her work. She was born in Poland and now lives and works in Scotland. Her book brings the ancient craft of felt making up to date with a great collection of fun and colourful projects. The versatility of felt makes it fantastic to work with and you'll learn how to make books, bags, jewellery and charms. The techniques are simple and with the step-by-step instruction and detailed photographs you can't go wrong.
* Machine Knitting Monthly *
This book brings the ancient craft of feltmaking up to date with a great collection of fun and colourful projects
Step by step photographs
Easy to follow instructions
Simple techniques - Lots of Creative ideas
* THE QUILTING WEB *
Two from a bright, cheerful, enticing series, other titles being Quilting, Embroidery, Knitting and Beading. The series is aimed at 10-14 year olds with inspirational pictures and clear step-by-step photographs teaching youngsters all about the wonderful world of textiles. Nancy (Start to Applique) shows how fun and easy applique is, providing background information on materials, sewing equipment, embellishments and hand and machine techniques. There are seven projects including brooches, skirt decorations, a picture, cushions and a funky felt bag.
Ewa (Start to Felt) brings the ancient craft of feltmaking up to date with a great collection of fun and colourful projects such as book bags, jewellery and charms. These are preceded by all the facts and information needed to get a youngster truly hooked on this inventive and popular pastime.
* Sew Today *