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Marie-Nöelle Horvath is a fashion and home accessories designer who has worked for such companies as Agnès B, DMC, and Phildar, as well as for Marie-Claire Idèes and other crafts and home decorating magazines. She lives in Lyon, France.

Richard Boutin is a commercial photographer based in Paris, France.

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  • Broché: 64 pages
  • Editeur : Potter Craft (8 juillet 2008)
  • Langue : Anglais
  • ISBN-10: 0823015041
  • ISBN-13: 978-0823015047
  • Dimensions du produit: 19,1 x 0,7 x 24,5 cm
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1 internautes sur 1 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile  Par Magsim le 28 février 2013
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Un bon livre en Anglais pour créer des animaux avec de la laine feutrée. Des photos en pas à pas qui facilite la lecture pour les moins doués en Anglais. A la limite, pas besoin de comprendre parfaitement l'Anglais, les photos étant très explicites et parlantes. Des animaux superbement réalisés et réalistes.
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1 internautes sur 1 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile  Par Cecile Cau le 1 mars 2013
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Malgré le texte en anglais on suis très bien les schémas. Les photos sont belles et détaillées. Le seul petit bémol est l'absence de pas à pas qui peut être utile. Je suis tout de même contente de mon achat.
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197 internautes sur 200 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
Needle Felting 101: Little Felt Animals... 29 novembre 2008
Par Arcturus70 - Publié sur
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
Lately, I've been researching various crafts and hobbies to learn what is involved in them. Finding helpful information for beginning needle felting proved to be a bit more of a challenge than originally expected. Fortunately, Amazon offers interesting collection of sellers who provide products for needle felting, and a few do have some items to guide the absolute beginner. I happened upon this book, and it looked quite friendly, so I purchased it hoping it would give me insight into the craft... something besides twee flowers and appliqué for clothing, something closer to sculpting with wool rather than flat design. I also wanted something that described basic tools, materials, and techniques. I wanted Needle Felting 101! :) And I got it with this purchase!

I was pleasantly surprised. This book was much better than expected--and yes, it works best for beginners (responsible, mature teens to adults) and for those who want to work in miniature. Those with advanced needle felting skills may prefer more challenging projects like Silver Penny's "Needle Felted Wizard" or other larger, holiday characters. Needle felters who are into more "realistic looking" animal styles may not enjoy this book. // The clues for the content are really on the book's cover: "LITTLE Felted Animals: Create 16 Irresistible Creatures with SIMPLE Needle-Felting Techniques." The operative words here are "little" and "simple."

For a beginner, this book offers an excellent collection of starter projects that can foster tool appreciation, build skills, and spark creativity, providing that the person is willing to spend time with the book and practicing shaping. [I've discovered that needle felting is not a craft for the hurried, frazzled, irritable, or impatient! LOL :) ]

The Book's Sections...

Supplies & Tips: For me, this was worth the price of the book. At last, here was a source that not only explained what was involved in basic needle felting, it showed the needed items in very clear, well-planned photographs (Tools & Wool Roving Color Palette). There was also a little lesson on how to add glass eyes to felted pets.

The Projects of this book are well illustrated also, and they give the beginner a fighting chance at making a fairly decent product the first go around--if one follows the steps and pictures carefully. [Remember that all craft making goes though an ugly stage where you look at your creation and cringe! The trick is to keep moving forward pass that feeling and moment; don't censor yourself too early in your felting attempts or projects. Needle felting is a total process from start to finish, and this book clearly teaches that concept. You cannot learn or improve if you give up. So, don't give up! Give yourself permission to experiment and to make mistakes. ]

The Primer Part in Process & Shaping...
This sections teaches the learner to start visualizing shapes in wool and how they can be combined to form bodies.

Shaping A Black Bird
Shaping A Short-legged Animal / Bunny
Shaping a Long-Legged Animal / Cat

The Projects... Great photos and helpful instructions!
Penguin / Polar Bear/ Baby Seal / Blackbird / Bunny / Chartreux Cat / Welsh Corgi / Koola Bear / Turkish Van Cat / Robin / Brown Bear / Fox / Mice / Sheep / Dalmatian / Jack Russell Terrier /

Making felted animals is a fun way to spend a rainy, cold afternoon.

MORE NOTES: Because needle felting requires the use of sharp needles and coordination, these type crafts (and perhaps even the resulting products that have glass eyes) are not meant for very young children. Update: As other reviewers have suggested, and I agree with them, people who learn best by "seeing it done" rather than just "reading how its done" might want to use some supplementary "video / audio" materials in addition to this book. Video lessons allow viewers to see how felters hold and move the needle to achieve shapes. However, there is no substitute for just getting in there are trying it yourself. You learn a lot in your first project believe me--what to do and what not to do. :) The Silver Penny website does offer some video / image help for beginners. To get there from here, just Google this: "The Silver Penny" and needle felting. In your search, you should see something like this: Needle Felting Tips and Techniques - The Silver Penny.

People who are totally new to felting might enjoy this product in addition to the "Little Felted Animals" book: Felting Needle Starter Kit. At this writing, this kit is available on Amazon! :)
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Great inspiration and photo's... 4 janvier 2009
Par T. Hutchins - Publié sur
Format: Broché
...but there isn't much in the way of serious instruction. She gives the basics and they are basically the same for each animal. There is not a single photo of someone actually felting in this book - just photo's of the finished project, and of the supplies needed for each project. I had to go online to see someone needle felting just to get the, "Oh!" that I was missing from this book - my first on felting. There are no notes or anecdotes on why you should use different needles, tips or tricks to using different types of wool, etc. I really love the photo's and inspiration though, so I gave the book 4 stars - but if I were not as crafty as I am I probably would have been disappointed with the lack of useful information.
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Little Felted Animals 11 juillet 2008
Par R. Rocque - Publié sur
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
I am new at needle felting, but this book explains each step very clearly. The book includes photos and drawings along with very clear descriptions. They even show and tell you what you need for each product. This is a great book for anyone interested in learning this craft.
14 internautes sur 14 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
Needle felting craft guide 8 mars 2013
Par Tigers Aunt - Publié sur
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
This is a delightfully illustrated book with artistically designed, realistic looking little 3-D animals to create using wool roving and the needle felting technique. It is very well thought out, illustrated with easy to understand and follow step by step instructions. It comes with patterned drawings for sizing the proportions on each part of each animal. It contains photos of each and every step of the process. After purchasing 5 felting crafters books from the internet, this is by far the best book of it's kind that I've seen. I am a beginning needle felter, and I made a beautiful little cat on my first attempt! I am inspired to make a lot more! My friends want me to make thier pets from felted wool after seeing my little miniature 'Simon'. I would definitely recommend this book!
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Not as Appealing as I Expected 27 juin 2013
Par Diana Faillace Von Behren - Publié sur
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
While Marie-Noelle Horvath's "Little Felted Animals" does include basic instructions for sixteen different make-it-yourself felted critters, the finished animals depicted in the book lack character and soul. They are not as "irresistible" as the title suggests.

Perhaps, my expectations are way too high. After watching Sundance Channel's "Man Shops Globe: Scotland" where Anthropologie buyer Keith Johnson happens upon crafter Domenica Moore Gordon's felt dogs and cannot get over their miniature personalities, I confess to assuming that "Little Felted Animals" would give me a glimpse into that charismatic appeal that so bewitched Johnson despite the diminutive size. Oh well, I was wrong. But, I did some further research and ordered one of Ms. Moore Gordon's dog kits to discover the secret for myself.

I imagine that the kit, along with this book might aid me in creating some "soulful" animals of my own. The enchantment of Johnson when he held each little creature and the look of wonderment on his face, is one I want to share.

That being said, the book itself is structured well. The photos are lovely, even if the animals are a bit mediocre. Ms Horvath seems to be striving for a uniformity of shape and texture where Ms Moore Gordon emphasizes the whimsical, adding just that extra oomph into the resulting creation. Horvath does explain in detail the formulation for each creature. She includes diagrams, color choices and appropriate tools for each one and devotes her opening pages to generalized crafting of birds, short-legged and long-legged animals. The animals she provides shapes for are: penguin, polar bear, baby seal, blackbird, bunny, cat, Welsh Corgi, koala bear, Turkish Van Cat, Robin, Brown Bear, Fox, Mouse, Sheep, Dalmatian, Jack Russell terrier (both standing and sitting up.) By far, the most "soulful" animal is her Jack Russell Terrier (standing up)--it captures somewhat the appeal of the animal itself when one looks at its eyes. The Turkish Van Cat graces the cover; this example illustrates easily the quality of the works within the book's pages. If you do not like the cat, you will definitely not like most of the rest.

When I do receive my kit, I will use the book as a reference, but more likely I will rely on YouTube videos to help me get the felting process down pat. Some other reviewers have commented that Horvath's instructions are not particularly good regarding the joining of the head to the body. This suggests further study and not so much of a reliance on the steps put forth in this book.

Bottom line? I was disappointed with the finished products in Marie-Noelle Horvath's DIY book entitled "Little Felted Animals." On the recommendation of another reviewer I am going to try out Fleece Dog: A Little Bit of Magic Created with Raw Wool and a Special Needle just because the animals depicted in the "Look Inside" feature do have more "soul" than those included in "Little Felted Animals." Unfortunately I cannot recommend this book even though it may appeal to some. It gets a merciful 3 stars for average.
Diana Faillace Von Behren
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