The Felted Bag Book

21 Simple Projects for Every Occasion

Susie Johns

St. Martin's Griffin

Download Image Susie Johns The Felted Bag Book

Available Formats

Book

Widely adopted by crafters of all persuasions, felting uses wool, water, and soap to create a thick, strong, and durable material---perfect for making a long-lasting bag.  Combining a number of different felting techniques---wet felting, knitted felting, crocheted felting, and recycling---here are twenty-one colorful projects for truly stunning and fashionable bags you’ll want to use everyday. The Felted Bag Book also encourages your creativity with variations and ideas to adapt the projects to your individual style. In addition to felting, you learn how to embellish your bag with eye-catching motifs and trimming. The book starts with a section on the basics and covers different felting techniques, materials and tools required for each project. And with 250 full-color photographs and comprehensive step-by-step directions, these designs are as easy to create as they are gorgeous to look at!

Connect with the Author

Sign Up for
Author Updates

Macmillan Newsletter


Sign up to receive information about new books, author events, and special offers.

Sign up now

Reviews

Reviews from Goodreads

Back

About the Author

Susie Johns

SUSIE JOHNS is an experienced crafter, specializing in knitting, crochet, embroidery, and other textile crafts. She is a contributor to a number of craft magazines, and the author of many books on knitting, crochet, embroidery, and felting. She teaches craft workshops and lives in London.

Susie Johns

Back

Buy the Book

Available Formats and Book Details

The Felted Bag Book
21 Simple Projects for Every Occasion
Susie Johns

Trade Paperback

Trade Paperback
St. Martin's Press
St. Martin's Griffin
January 2010
Trade Paperback
ISBN: 9780312611538
ISBN10: 0312611536
8 1/2 x 11 inches, 112 pages, Includes over 250 color photographs throughout
$22.99
Back

From The Publisher

St. Martin's Griffin

Latest on Facebook

Latest on Twitter

Back