Sunday, 7 August 2016

New book! Exhibition and book launch!



Very excited to announce this!

Make Creatures with Felt Mistress: 12 Couture Characters to Sew

Say hello to Fringle, Rokpok and Grunch! These loveable creatures are a few of the cast of characters dreamed up by Louise Evans, aka Felt Mistress, for you to make. Each creature is beautifully illustrated by Jonathan Edwards and specially photographed for the book.

Clear step-by-step instructions, accompanied by line drawings, guide you through the making process, and an introductory chapter helps you tackle working with fake fur, using toy joints and more. At the back of the book you'll find full-size patterns for all the creatures (and their clothes) ready to use.

Paperback
250 illustrations
112 pages
250 x 190 mm
ISBN 9781780678276
Published August 2016


Making Creatures with Felt Mistress from Laurence King Publishing on Vimeo.


Scroll down for more pictures from the book.

To celebrate the launch we have an exhbition and launch party at Colours May Vary in Leeds. Here's the details from their blog -



"We are SUPER excited to be welcoming Felt Mistress back to the shop on August 19th!

Felt Mistress aka Louise Evans was our very first book signing WAY back in February 2013! Since then our space has grown and we are very, very excited to host an exhibition of her work to celebrate the release of her new book “Make Creatures With Felt Mistress”!

There will be a launch party on Friday 19th….Details to follow but you know we always look after you on the refreshment front so don’t worry about that. On Saturday 20th there will be a book signing and when she returns from her travels Felt Mistress will hopefully be holding a workshop too! (TBC)"

We'll be exhibiting over 25 characters and Jonathan will be on hand at the signing to personalise your copy with a monster drawing. See you on the 19th of August from 6pm! We'll also be instore signing more books the following morning (Saturday 20th).



You can buy it from Colours May Vary and all other good bookshops!




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