Super Cute Felt

Super Cute Felt

Super Cute FeltSuper Cute Felt
By Laura Howard
Gifted by CICO Books
Reviewed by Melissa Conner

I absolutely love felt. It’s one of my favorite things to craft with. I love making everything from flowers to cute embroidery designs…and when it averages about $0.30 a sheet, how can you go wrong?

Since I’m a felt junkie and I have way too many sheets of felt in my craft drawer, I was jumping with joy when I first saw Super Cute Felt. In no more than a minute, I had already marked down 10 or so patterns I couldn’t wait to try!

Super Cute Felt is filled with 35 step-by-step projects to make and give. There are cute accessories, like pins and hair clips, as well as sweet gifts like lavender sachets, pin cushions, and teddy bears. There are even adorable home décor crafts, like mobiles, wreaths, bunting banners, garland and more! Each craft has a detailed and easy to read template to follow, so you should have no trouble creating these super cute projects!

One thing I loved about Super Cute Felt was that there was also a stitch guide in the book, which is helpful for beginning sewers or those who aren’t that familiar with hand stitching. As someone who has hand stitching experience, I even found this guide helpful, as there were stitches in the guide that I wasn’t familiar with one or two I was doing wrong this whole time!

The Bumblebee Lavender Sachet project alone was enough to get me hooked on Super Cute Felt. These sweet sachets would be a great Mother’s Day gift or a sweet project to give to guests at a wedding or bridal shower.

For fans of hand stitching and cuter than cute accessories, Super Cute Felt has the potential to make you squeal with glee at how absolutely adorable these easy projects are!


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I am new to the crafting world and have taught myself how to crochet (not very well but Im trying) I am a stay at home wife as my kids are grown and off at college. I am looking for new things to make for gifts to my family. I have recently moved away from them so Im always looking for something to occupy my time. TY!

I feel (from this review) that this book would be well worth having. It would be nice on for your coffee table or for simple little (meaningful) gifts to give for those special people in your life for those special occasions. Homemade/handmade gifts are always a winner and they are much more meaningful then something bought from a store.


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