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Fabulous Felted Bags: 15 Bags to Knit and Felt

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Felting adds whole new dimensions to the bags - texture, durability, cohesion, and distinctive style. This work incorporates different shapes and motifs that range from whimsical to haute couture, and presents felting hints.
Paperback, 84 pages
Published August 1st 2006 by Unicorn Books & Crafts (first published January 21st 2006)
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There were many wrong things in this book. Not wrong in terms of facts, just you know, wrong. Although the wrongness was sometimes so strong that it turned a corner somewhere and became right again. For instance, the felt bag that is a purse version of the famous Bjork swan dress. Picture the swan neck as the shoulder strap and you've got it. There was also a felt bag that had ball-sack-like appendages hanging off of it. And a bag shaped like a cat with a mouse hanging out of its mouth. Wow. Jus ...more
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Nicky Epstein is a knitting designer and author of numerous books on knitting. She is known for her creative combinations of knitting stitches, and for the colorful patterns often found in her sweaters, especially involving applique of separately knitted motifs.[1] In 2005, she was given a prestigious award by the National NeedleArts Association. In 2006, her work was featured in a retrospective f ...more
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