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Wee Wonderfuls is the modern sewers guide to creating cute, lovable fabric toys for children and children at heart, all from Hillary Lang, the creative force behind the Wee Wonderfuls brand of dolls and embroidery patterns, sold mostly online. The Wee Wonderfuls aesthetic is an irresistible blend of vintage and modern, homey and hip. The Wee Wonderfuls book features approximately twenty-five fabric toys for beginner and advanced stitchers, including: -Evelyn Inchworm, a petite wavy worm with eyeglasses and a kerchief -Margot, a topsy turvy doll with yarn hair and two flippable dress designs -Sleepover Pals, three minature dolls that fit into their own customised sleeping bag -Little Miss Storybook, a raggedy girl with a Little Red Riding Hood cape and Golidlocks ribbon hair -Ellie, an elephant purse -Koji, a spiked dinosaur -Wee Town Trolley, a huggable felt locomotive Each toy in this book is distinctly different: some are floppy, others poseable, some are made by machine, others by hand. Some require applique, others embroidery or quilting. Among the dolls, many have changeable outfits and the hairstyles range from braids to buns.


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  • Relié: 168 pages
  • Editeur : Stewart, Tabori & Chang Inc (11 août 2010)
  • Langue : Anglais
  • ISBN-10: 1584798580
  • ISBN-13: 978-1584798583
  • Dimensions du produit: 21,6 x 4,1 x 24,1 cm
  • Moyenne des commentaires client : 4.2 étoiles sur 5  Voir tous les commentaires (4 commentaires client)
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Par Kat le 15 mars 2011
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En ce moment mon passe temps consiste à réaliser des petites poupées donc je cherche tout les patrons possible de poupées pour essayer de réaliser mon propre patron. J'ai acheté ce livre surtout car la couverture a attiré mon attention :) Le livre contient plusieurs petites personnages à créer : poupées garçon et fille, chat, ours, girafe mais aussi des petits coussins, un sac éléphant très mignon, une mini couverture de poupée en patchwork et d'autres petites choses à coudre. Le livre est en anglais mais si on sait un peu coudre et qu'on ne sait pas lire l'anglais il y a des petits dessins explicatifs très clairs à comprendre. Les patrons sont tous à la fin du livre, il faudra toutefois les photocopier pour s'en servir ou les reproduire avec du papier transparent.
Pour moi qui cherche quelque chose de très spécifique j'ai été un petit peu déçu au premier abord mais finalement ce livre reste un très beau livre à posséder. Je suis sur que ce livre plaira aux personnes qui cherche des idées de couture facile à réaliser.
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Par pasber le 28 avril 2011
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à acheter d'office !!!!!!! superbe livre , très moderne par les couleurs utilisées, et en même temps très classique !!!!!!!
quel plaisir de le lire , et de le relire , on ne s'en lasse pas !!!!!!!
c'est frais , et très gai !!!!!!!!!!, et plein de modéles .
une petite merveille de fantaisie !!!!!!!
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Par Jp Vandermeersch le 14 janvier 2012
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... à garder sur soi pour réaliser de jolis doudous tout doux.
Je le recommande à toutes les couturières débutantes ou avisées !
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ce livre est Joliment présenté et assez facile à suivre pour les débutants. livre que je recommanderai à mes connaissances
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Best make-your-own toy book I've seen 20 juillet 2010
Par Suz in Seattle - Publié sur Amazon.com
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If you only own one toy making book, Wee Wonderfuls should be that book.

I can't remember the last time I had a craft book in which almost every project was something that went on my "must make" list. There is a nice mix of hand-sewn and machine-sewn dolls and toys. From a cute felt inchworm (complete with kerchief and glasses) to a ribbon-haired dolly, each project is clearly designed to enchant and delight.The only thing that could have made this book better is for it to have been ring-bound so that it would easily lie flat as you work. But that's a minor nit.

At first glance it may look like a few of the dolls get a little bit repetative. But in reality - each doll introduces you to a different technique. If you read this book end-to-end, you'll find that you can combine techniques from different toys to create your own unique dolls. I especially love the myriad of toy/doll hair ideas (yarn, felt, quilted, fun fur...buns, pony tails, pigtails etc).

There are plenty of toys for boys and girls (topsy turvy dolls with lovely go-out/stay-home dresses, corderoy dinosaur/monster with felt spikes, and even some spoon puppets!) and a nice variety of techniques.

The best thing - is that this IS a book that beginning sewists can use. There is a "how to" section at the back and Hillary emphasizes that little wonky bits don't matter on toys - they're still cute. The photography is bright and inspirational...but shows close enough detail for you to understand the construction. The pattern pieces at the end are well laid out and labeled, the instructions are clear with illustrations to help on more complicated areas. The how-to section is useful...and I like that the author provides commentary on why she takes the steps or goes in the order that she does for her creations.

I hope Wee Wonderfuls becomes part of your craft book collection!
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wee wonderfuls was my first blog crush 21 juillet 2010
Par Valerie Goates - Publié sur Amazon.com
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When I discovered craft blogs 4 years ago, Hillary Lang's [...] was my first blog crush. I've purchased and sewn several of her patterns, was pleased as punch to see the pending book announcement, and so excited to get the e-mail this week that her books were shipping a bit earlier than expected. I'm a big fan of Hillary's, appreciating her writing and aesthetic, so I was expecting to love this book (bought one for me and one for my mum). I can be quite critical of craft books, however: many seem to just be riding on an artist or blogger's niche fame and don't really offer anything new. But _this book does not disappoint_.

24 Dolls just came today, so I haven't actually sewn any of the projects, but I have sewn her patterns before and they're usually well tested. I particularly appreciate this book because:
(1) The photography is excellent. Not only is it design-gorgeous, but each view of a project shows useful aspects that help the reader in recreating or appreciating the toy's details.
(2) The illustrated instructions are very clear. Extras like color-contrasted stitch lines and measurements will keep me from making first-timer mistakes.
(3) There is an excellent mix of projects. Gender, detail, fabric type, size, and play use are varied. I could recognize each as uniquely Hillary's, but they are different from each other and from her previously shared or published patterns.
(4) The extensive "Wee Wonderfuls Basics" section at the end covering materials, methods, and expert hints is worth the price of purchase itself. It's clear enough for beginners and thorough enough for toy-maker-aholics such as myself.
(5) Although the instructions themselves are direct, each is headed with Hillary's own trademark best-friend commentary. She is so in love with these dolls; how can I help but share her enthusiasm? I do like a friend to "project" with, and am glad to have her along.

I am very happy.
(and so are my August-birthday nieces...hmmm...which doll to start on first??)
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Wonderful Wee Wonderfuls 5 août 2010
Par jam - Publié sur Amazon.com
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I love Wee Wonderfuls' blog so I was anxious to see the book. I was not disappointed. The little people in the book are so cute it was hard to decide which to make first. I went with the Sleepover pals; they turned out so cute and my granddaughter loves them. The directions and illustrations are great and easy to follow. One of the best things is that I will be able to make most of the creations without going out and having to buy new supplies; I'm able to use little bits and pieces that I have in my sewing room. I'm anxious to start on the the little pixie, she is so sweet. I think I will keep her for myself.
19 internautes sur 22 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
Just an "ok" book. 24 février 2011
Par Jennifer French - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié
This book has maybe 3 projects in it that I think are cute enough to actually make. It's colorful and has a lot of projects, but it's not as great a book as I thought it was going to be.

Update: As I delved into the book a little deeper, I came to agree with those who said the instructions were pathetic, even maddening. I've been a seamstress for over 20 years and have sewn anything from children's clothing and doll clothing to dolls and stuffed animals, so I can make the patterns work for me, but why should I have to? People buy these kinds of books to save themselves from having to make their own patterns. Over the years, I have found that most of the time, I have to remake the patterns I buy, and this book is no exception. I've finally stopped using other people's patterns and started making my own from scratch. It's much less frustrating!
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Really Wonderful 13 août 2010
Par Mia - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié
Wee Wonderful is a very well rounded craft book. There is a real variety of items in this book; not just minor variations and tweaks to the same 'blueprint' to fill the pages. I love that the patterns in the back of the book do not require me to blow them up to use them. This happens all too frequently anymore.

While the front cover shows only dolls, a good half of the patterns are not dolls (bears, elephant backpack, trolly car, giraffe, etc.) so you won't end up with a pile of dolls at the end of the book, if you choose to make them all.

As with any good sewing book, there is a short section of basics which breaks down the process by explaining the sewing terms and showing illustrations of common stitches used in the patterns. It is a quick reference, and includes many 'specific to doll/stuffed animal' tips. Illustrations show steps well and directions are straightforward and concise.

I own many sewing books, but this one in particular will get good use due to the diversity of projects.

2012 additional information:

While this book would be a great option for a beginner, I would recommend a newer book, Storybook Toys: Sew 16 Projects from Once Upon a Time Dolls, Puppets, Softies & More for more complex projects. It has a great section on embroidering faces & yarn hair methodology.
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