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#1 of 12 Old 11-14-2007, 11:11 PM - Thread Starter
 
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i want to sew my ds some felt animals for his little stocking but i can't find any patterns. i'd love to buy a book full of patterns if one even exists. any pattern links or book titles is appreciated, thanks
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do some searching for japanese felt books, lots there good luck also on craftster.org i think it is i is great
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"Feltcraft" by Petra Berger has around 9 or so felt animal patterns. You might be able to find several for free though on Craftster, as a PP suggested.

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thanks for the info guys, i'll look into that book. i'm not having much luck with cratfers :
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http://www.thefeltedewe.com/books.html

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I think she was wanting to sew wool felt sheets into animals Is that right? If so, you might check on the Waldorf board, I can remember the Waldorf school I worked at having little sewn felt animals. I don't know of a name of hand, though.
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would this work... http://www.aardvarktozebra.com/ they look pretty cool.
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I just got this book from the library and I think it's just what you are looking for. It has patterns for lots of really cute animals.
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I got Feltcraft used on Amazon. I think it was around 6-8 dollars, including shipping. Haven't made any of the animals, but they are cute and easy!

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This one seems to be good. I am tempted to order it. Otherwise, I have a file full of free web patterns for various animals compiled. PM me if you are really interested in that.

Soft Animals A to Z: Sew a Collection of 26 Realistic Toys (Paperback)
by Carolyn Vosburg Hall
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thanks for all the info and ideas. i did post this in the waldorf forum aswell. i've decided to get feltcraft and the nature corner. during my search i came across a lovely site beardancecrafts.com. it's a family run business out of kaslo bc. with lots of totally cute felt kit faries and gnomes, i'll be placing an order with them too i can't wait to get started!!
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