Margaret Bloom’s recent blog tour with Making Peg Dolls & More was ten days of fun. Here, we round up our favourite moments as well as providing links to all the original posts.
News & Reviews
Making Needle Felted Animals
Over 20 wild, domestic and imaginary creatures
by Steffi Stern and Sophie Buckley
Practical, inspiring and fun, here’s an essential guide to the popular craft of needle felting.
The deeper in you go, the wilder it gets...
A novel by Anthony Nanson
“Anthony Nanson’s stirring novel takes the reader on an extraordinary journey deep into the prodigious heart of Africa and across evolutionary regions of time.” –Lindsay Clarke, author of The Chymical Wedding
Fresh off the Press
Making Woodland Crafts
Using green sticks, rods, beads and string
Through a series of visually stunning hand-drawn illustrations, Making Woodland Crafts guides the reader on a productive journey through the woods.
Findus, Food and Fun
Seasonal crafts and nature activities
Sven Nordqvist, Eva-Lena Larsson and Kennert Danielsson
This book is for mums, dads, grandparents, teachers, childminders, aunts, uncles and anyone who knows a young child who is curious about the world.
Making Peg Dolls & More
toys that spin, fly and bring sweet dreams
Based on the success of her first book, Making Peg Dolls, Margaret Bloom's new book introduces us to a range of projects to keep little (as well as not-so-little) hands busy.