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Needle Felted Kittens: How to Create Cut and Lifelike Cats from Wool




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Nippan IPS
01 March 2019
Art & Architecture; Needlework & fabric crafts
Did you notice the adorable kitten on the cover of this book? Look closer...even's hard to believe, but that it's not a real kitten, it's an incredibly detailed and lifelike needle felted creation from artist Hinali. Hinali has been creating these felt masterpieces and sharing the amazing results with her over 30k fans via social media since 2011, and now her long-awaited book shows in detail how her incredible creatures are created. Needle Felted Kittens: How to Create Cute and Lifelike Cats from Wool reveals Hinali's secrets behind crafting photorealistic Scottish Fold, Siamese, Tortoiseshell and many more cat breeds with detailed step-by-step instructions and over 300 full-color photographs and illustrations. Now everyone can learn to create this intricate and surprising art from the master herself, much to the delight of crafters and animal enthusiasts worldwide. AUTHOR: Hinali was born in Okinawa, Japan in 1976. She began needle felting by teaching herself in 2011, and participated in exhibitions held at the Tokyo Metropolitan Art Museum. After her creations were shown on TV in Japan, they became a hot topic on the internet.
By:   Hinali
Imprint:   Nippan IPS
Country of Publication:   Japan
Dimensions:   Height: 252mm,  Width: 174mm,  Spine: 7mm
ISBN:   9784865051001
ISBN 10:   4865051007
Pages:   96
Publication Date:   01 March 2019
Audience:   General/trade ,  ELT Advanced
Format:   Paperback
Publisher's Status:   Active

Reviews for Needle Felted Kittens: How to Create Cut and Lifelike Cats from Wool

Meet the latest pet project crafting trend. Developed in the early 1980s by American artisans, needle felting calls on zenlike patience as you cut, roll, fold and finally poke wool fibers until they bind into the lifelike shape you desire. You can make almost anything--flowers, angels, dragons--but cats are the most popular. --from a feature on artist Hinali and her book, Needle Felted Kittens, in Family Circle magazine, April 2018.

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