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From School Library Journal Gr 4-8-Attractive projects and a clean, colorful page design will tempt readers to try out these traditional skills, which are making a comeback. While fiber arts do require an initial investment in tools and materials, those who master them will have gained the ability to apply what they have learned to other projects. However, skilled adult assistance will be needed, as techniques such as crochet, knitting, and sewing have a steep initial learning curve, and most of the projects are illustrated with just a few process photos and no diagrams. Those who already know the basics will enjoy making needle-felted sushi magnets and embroidered bookmarks, but libraries may wish to stock books with more detailed instructions for novices.

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