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Magic wool

Dagmar Schmidt

Magic wool

creative pictures and tableaux with natural sheep"s wool

by Dagmar Schmidt

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  • 1 Currently reading

Published by Floris Books in Edinburgh .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Pictures,
  • Wool,
  • Textile crafts

  • Edition Notes

    StatementDagmar Schmidt and Freya Jaffke ; [translated by Donald Maclean]
    ContributionsJaffke, Freya
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsTT699 S36513 2011
    The Physical Object
    Pagination68 p. :
    Number of Pages68
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL25196693M
    ISBN 109780863158292
    LC Control Number2011508502

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    Aug 6, - Magic Wool Fairies: Christine Schafer: : Books.   Magic Wool Fruit Children book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. Dyed unspun sheep's wool, also known as magic wool, is the perfe Ratings: 0.

    Activities with unspun sheep's wool, also known as magic wool, offer a wide range of creative possibilities for both children and adults. In this book Dagmar Schmidt and Freya Jaffke combine their talents and experience, and show how to create beautiful pictures, as well as table-top scenes featuring figures and : Freya Jaffke; Dagmar Schmidt; Donald MacLean. Christine Schäfer was born in in Germany. She worked as an architect before raising her three children. She has been passionate about magic wool for many years and mostly creates detailed figures. She runs workshops and presents her work at exhibitions. She is the author of Magic Wool Fairies and Magic Wool Fruit Children (both Floris Books).


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Magic wool by Dagmar Schmidt Download PDF EPUB FB2

Unspun sheep's wool, also known as magic wool, is a warm vibrant material, perfect for making these beautiful soft figures. Christine Schäfer includes detailed instructions on making fairies and angels for every occasion: flower fairies for a seasonal nature table, fairies for birthday celebrations, guardian angels to watch over a crib and, of course, a range of Christmas angels/5().

Magic Wool: Creative Pictures and Tableaux with Natural Sheep's Wool is a savory visual treat for anyone who likes fairy tales/stories expressed in an art form. The book is as much about appreciating fiber art as it is in suggesting imaginative projects. This brief book does include some how-tos and helpful teaching points; however, some /5(10).

A book guaranteed to start you on a new magic wool fairy addiction!' – Tamsyn Ross, full-time crafter '[An] enjoyable read and a useful practical guide for making magic wool fairies and angels. This book offers you [the chance] to explore the wonderful qualities of wool and enjoy the tactile therapeutic experience of working with wool fibres/5().

Activities with unspun sheep's wool, also known as magic wool, Magic wool book a wide range of creative possibilities for both children and adults. In this book Dagmar Schmidt and Freya Jaffke combine their talents and experience, and show how to create beautiful pictures, as well as table-top scenes featuring figures and animals.

Autumn Fairy tutorial taken from Magic Wool Mermaids, Fairies and Nymphs, by Christine Schafer. Available now fromAmazon and all good craft book stockists.

Make sure to visit our Magic Wool Pinterest board too. While this book has all three, I found myself bored with it. The story begins when a magic ball of wool appears to a kind porcupine one night. Our porcupine protagonist uses the ball of wool to knit gifts for his friends and upon each project's completion the yarn magically turns into the thing the friend wishes for most/5.

The book includes step-by-step instructions, color photographs and diagrams, making it suitable for beginners as well as those who have some experience of needle felting. Magic Wool Fairies Christine Schäfer —   Christine Schäfer was born in in Germany.

She worked as an architect before raising her three children. She has been passionate about magic wool for many years and mostly creates detailed figures. She runs workshops and presents her work at exhibitions.

She is the author of Magic Wool Fairies and Magic Wool Fruit Children (both Floris Books)/5(). Magic Wool: Creative Pictures and Tableaux with Natural Sheep's Wool is a savory visual treat for anyone who likes fairy tales/stories expressed in an art form. The book is as much about appreciating fiber art as it is in suggesting imaginative projects.

This brief book does include some how-tos and helpful teaching points; however, some Reviews:   Buy Magic Wool Fairies by Schafer, Christine, Schafer, Stefan, Duncan, Bernadette (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on Reviews:   The Magic Ball of Wool - Kindle edition by Isern, Susanna, Hilb, Nora, Brokenbrow, Jon.

Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading The Magic Ball of Wool/5(29). Magic Wool Book - Making Wool Pictures and Figures.

$ Quick view Add to Cart. Magic Wool Mermaids, Fairies and Nymphs through the Seasons. $ Quick view Add to Cart.

Snow Fairies Kit $ Quick view Add to Cart. Creative Felt. $ Quick view Add to. Christine Schäfer was born in in Germany. She worked as an architect before raising her three children. She has been passionate about magic wool for many years and mostly creates detailed figures.

She runs workshops and presents her work at exhibitions. She is the author of Magic Wool Fairies (Floris Books)/5(16).

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See search /5(17). Unspun sheep's wool, also known as magic wool, is a warm vibrant material, perfect for making these beautiful soft figures.

Christine Sch fer includes detailed instructions on making fairies and angels for every occasion: flower fairies for a seasonal nature table, fairies for birthday celebrations, guardian angels to watch over a crib and, of course, a range of Christmas/5.

Magic Wool book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. Activities with unspun sheep's wool offer a wide range of creative possibilitie 4/5. - Explore florisbooks's board "Magic Wool", followed by people on Pinterest.

See more ideas about Wool, Fairy, Felt dolls pins. Unspun sheep's wool--magic wool--is a soft, vibrant material, perfect for making fairies and characters to suit every season. Inspired by ancient tales, myths and festivals, Christine Schäfer gives detailed instructions for a range of wonderful seasonal projects.

A favorite for painting magic wool pictures - layer wisps of fairy wool onto a wool felt or flannel background as instructed in the classic, Magic Wool.

Ages 3 and up. Size: Large bag, grams ( oz), 12 assorted colors. Origin: Germany ×. Magic Wool. Back to List. $ SKU: UPC: Qty: Tweet. Print Page. Activities with colorful, unspun sheep's wool offer a wide range of creative possibilities that will stimulate the imaginations of children and adults alike.

Dagmar Schmidt and Freya Jaffke combine their craft and teaching talents and experience to. The greatest benefit to the magic loop method is that you can knit many different circumferences with one long needle. This eliminates the need to buy needles in different lengths; one inch circular needle can replace a, and sometimes even a inch needle for many knitting projects.Magic Wool Fairies includes step-by-step instructions, color photographs, and diagrams that clearly show the reader the basics for making simple figures.

The book progresses to more detailed instructions for making increasingly elaborate versions. I typically order the NZ Corriedale wool. You can also get your materials on Amazon (see my link below for Amazon products that I endorse).

While looking for materials, I also discovered a great book with lots of wonderful instructions and ideas called, Magic Wool Fairies. This turned out to be a GREAT book.