Working with felt is addictive. It's easy to cut, glue, sew, and stuff, and it's easy for any skill levelfrom child to adult. Lapierre lays it all out, starting with lists of materials and seven embroiderystitch how-tos and proceeding to her 20 projects, each with a handy tip on how to embellish,change, or enhance the finished product. A house decorated for the season with these hangingornaments, a penguin for the table, stuffed pixies on the mantle, or a robin wreath for the doorwould be an inviting place for friends and family. The book also includes half-size templates. Onecaveat for those who succumb to the seductive photos of minuscule gingerbread cottages andmistletoe ornaments on display here: you'll probably need to purchase felt in a much largerquantity than the tiny amounts needed for these projects, so plan to make a lot of them!
— Barbara Jacobs, BOOKLIST 10/10/22