Stuffed Animals by Abigail Patner Glassenberg
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Are you ready for a soft toy book that goes beyond the basics? Here, for the first time in decades, is a comprehensive reference that teaches you how to sew heirloom-quality stuffed animals, from four-legged friends that actually stand to a classic, poseable Teddy bear. Each of the 16 projects contain lessons that teach such skills as needle sculpting, designing “cupped” ears, and making muzzles, snouts, and beaks. Make one of Abby's animals and learn something new, or take a new technique and apply it to your own design!

About Abigail Patner Glassenberg

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Abby Glassenberg creates unique patterns for stuffed animals from her home studio in Wellesley, MA. Since 2005 she has shared her creations and her ideas on design, technique, and the online culture of craft through her blog ( Her work has been featured online on SewMamaSew, Design*Sponge, WhipUp, and CRAFT as well as in numerous print publications including Stitch magazine, Cloth Paper Scissors, and the Boston Globe. She has contributed to half a dozen craft books and is the author of The Artful Bird (Interweave, 2011).
Published May 7, 2013 by Lark Crafts. 192 pages
Genres: Crafts, Hobbies & Home. Non-fiction

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Glassenberg (The Artful Bird) provides a variety of patterns for stuffed animals, along with hints, tips, and guidance for drafting original patterns for soft toys. Following the book from beginning to end, sewists

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