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Softies Only a Mother Could Love: Lovable Friends for You to Sew, Knit, or…

by Jess Redman

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0399534849, Paperback)

Quirky and cuddly handmade toys? easy to make and even easier to love.

This collection of softy crafts shares 21 full-color, fun, fresh, and personable projects designed by crafters from around the world, from quirky monsters and loveable rabbits, to a monkey named Mabel and an endearing creature named Plurbit. With little more than needle, thread, and scraps of fabric, readers can make their own softies. There are quick and easy sewing projects for beginners, as well as more advanced designs for those looking for a bigger challenge.

Each unique toy includes a detailed pattern, step-by- step instructions, and tips and tricks to ensure perfect results. There?s also an easy-to-read glossary that explains all of the terms and techniques readers might come across.

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This collection of softy crafts shares 21 full-color, fun, fresh, and personable projects designed by crafters from around the world, from quirky monsters and loveable rabbits, to a monkey named Mabel and an endearing creature named Plurbit. With little more than needle, thread, and scraps of fabric, readers can make their own softies. There are quick and easy sewing projects for beginners, as well as more advanced designs for those looking for a bigger challenge.… (more)

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