THE POOH CRAFT BOOK by Carol S. Friedrichsen

THE POOH CRAFT BOOK

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KIRKUS REVIEW

One step away from the kits sold in needlework shops, this provides patterns and instructions for making small (3""-6"") stuffed felt replicas of Pooh, Eeyore, and all the gang at Pooh corners--seven in all. Friedrichsen adds three two-dimensional feltboard-type pictures (you can trace those supplied here or copy others from the Pooh books), a ""Tiddely-Pom"" falling snow scene in a glass jar, and a clay ""bunny pot"" (you can use it to hold pencils or dried leaves, not liquids) made of rolled coins--these last are mostly fillers. This is designated ""for all ages"" including grandmothers, and there will be takers for the animals, though the work is obviously beyond the Now We Are Six audience.

Pub Date: Oct. 29th, 1976
Publisher: Dutton