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  • Publisher: Search Press
  • Edition: BC Paperback
  • Publication: 01 June 2020
  • ISBN 13/EAN: 9781782217510
  • Stock: Not Yet Published
  • Size: 204x260 mm
  • Illustrations: 0
  • Pages: 160
  • RRP Price: $38.99
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Felted Animal Knits


20 keep-forever friends to knit, felt and love by Catherine Arnfield

Book Description

Combine knitting and felting to create stunning, fun and realistic animals in this original book by textile designer and Knit2Felt founder, Catherine Arnfield.

Fuse two of your passions knitting and felting to create gorgeous, woolly animals filled with character. 

In this incredibly inspirational and unique book, Catherine shows how you to knit, wet felt and needle felt a dozen cute creatures that you, your friends and family will love! Whether you love lions, rave over rabbits, are awed by alpacas, crazy for koalas or head over heels for Highland cows, there is a stunning variety of animals for you to choose from and make.

Only basic knitting skills are required (cast on, cast/bind off, knit, purl, increase and decrease) and the wet felting process is simpler than you think! Then, once you've stuffed and sewn them up, you'll see how easy it is to needle felt details onto your velvety friend to create a fun and realistic creature!

Whatever your skill level, a friendly and comprehensive techniques chapter is included on knitting, wet felting and needle felting, all accompanied by clear, fully-illustrated step-by-step instructions so you can dive into your designs with confidence and creativity. 

The tools and materials needed are basic, easy to source and cost very little, making these fuzzy critters perfect for beginner crafters, or more experienced knitters and felters looking for fresh ideas and effortless projects.

Table of Contents




- Stage 1: The knit bit
- Stage 2: Sewing up
- Stage 3: Wet felting
- Stage 4: Stuffing & construction
- Stage 5: Needle felting & details

- Peanut & Crunch the Mice
- Pickle the Dachshund
- Cocoa & Waffle the Alpacas
- Dandelion the Rabbit
- Rocky the Raccoon
- Pebble the Seal & Pip the Seal Pup
- Savanna the Lion
- Truffle the Pig & Jellybean the Piglet
- Twiglet the Koala
- Marmalade the Cat & Pumpkin the Kitten
- Heath & Brook the Owls
- Ember the Fox
- Rosemary & Thyme the Squirrels
- Biscuit the Schnauzer
- Paprika the Highland Cow


About the Author

About Catherine Arnfield

Catherine has been interested in crafts from an early age, and attended Manchester Metropolitan University to study Textile Design (BA Hons) from 1994 to 1997. In 2003 she became a qualified teacher of Art and Design and followed this career path until leaving the profession in 2017. Teaching gave her the opportunity to learn many new skills, including felting, and it wasn't long before she began experimenting with combining her love of knitting with her new-found passion felting.

In December 2016, her company Knit2Felt was conceived and by May 2017 she had acquired enough interest in her designs through social media, small workshops and craft fairs to make the massive decision to leave teaching and pursue her dream of a career in crafts.

Since then, Catherine has featured in several magazines, including Knit NowLet’s KnitThe KnitterSimply Knitting and Mollie Makes. Catherine also runs workshops in the north of England, and has exhibited at numerous shows such as Nottingham Yarn Expo, Etsy Made Local Manchester, Woolfest, British Wool Show and Yarndale.

Catherine lives in High Peak, Derbyshire in the UK with her partner and two daughters.

Catherine can be found on:
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Etsy (knit2feltstore)
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Twitter (Knit2Felt)
Ravelry (Knit2Felt)

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