How to Sew Little Felt Animals plus materials
We have put together a lovely kit of the essentials you need to make the adorable animals from Sue Quinn’s How to Sew Little Felt Animals book. In this kit you will receive most of the materials to make one of each of the five animals in the book. If you’d like to have a peek inside this gorgeous book first, have a look at our video here. Buying the kit saves you over £5 compared to buying items individually and contains:-
How to Sew Little Felt Animals book
Five pieces of 30cm x 30cm (12″ x 12″) 30% wool felt (one each of marl fawn, grey, fawn, chestnut and sable shades)
Two pieces of 10cm x 10cm (4″ x 4″) 30% wool felt (one white and one flesh pink)
1 x 12.5cm (5″) doll needle
3 pairs of 6mm British Black glass eyes
20 x 10mm cotter pin joints
5 x 15mm cotter pin joints
125g polyfibre stuffing
In addition to this kit, you will need extra fabric to make the clothes, threads to sew the fabric and faces, invisible thread (or fishing line) for the whiskers and tiny buttons for the clothes.
How to Sew Little Felt Animals is a fabulous book with step-by-step guides to making the cutest woodland friends from felt. Sue Quinn’s gorgeous and nostalgic designs make perfect gifts if you can bear to give them away. Colourful, strong and easy to use, felt is the perfect material to make this collection of charming classic woodland animals. Follow the clear step-by-step instructions to create a group of endearing little creatures that you will want to make and keep.
For over thirty years Sue Quinn has designed gorgeous little felt animals that appeal to both adult collectors and children. Now she would like to share her master secrets. The clear step-by-step instructions guide the maker through making mice, bears, moles, squirrels and rabbits from felt. The patterns are perfect for beginners and experts alike and the new and original designs can be made using hand or machine sewing.
The patterns in the book are printed three quarters of the original size (although we have made the creatures without enlarging the patterns and love them!).