Donna Wilson's Creative Creatures by Donna Wilson
A step-by-step guide to making your own creations

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In Donna Wilson's Creative Creatures, by the recipient of the British Design Awards' Designer of the Year, children can make their own collection of stylish crafts—all with the help of a winning cast of knitted friends. Donna's trademark soft and cuddly creatures are pictured in colorful photographs. Not only do these fuzzy friends lead the way by providing clear, step-by-step instructions on how to make a range of popular items, but each unique character, like Charlie Monkey and Cyril Squirrel-Fox— tell us why they made these presents and surprises for their friends. Readers will learn how to easily create pop-up greeting cards, a phone cover, dress-up clothes, a stuffed felt mobile, along with many more practical and adorable crafts.

 

About Donna Wilson

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Donna Wilson set up her own company in 2003 after making knitted creatures at the Royal College of Art. They are now sold all around the world. This is Donna’s first children’s book.
 
Published February 14, 2013 by Kingfisher Books Ltd. 48 pages
Genres: Children's Books.

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Gr 4–8—This book about making animals out of socks, mittens, felt, paper, and other materials is narrated by the crafty creatures themselves. Wilson includes instructions, lists of supplies, templates to trace, suggestions for when parental help may be needed, and more

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