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Nothing can beat a homemade toy and with Susan B. Anderson's book, Itty-Bitty Toys you will learn how to make dozens of adorable and unique plushies, dolls, puppets and more.

Using a variety of crafts such as knitting, sewing, felting and crochet, the book provides step-by-step instructions for creating a wide range of toys including cute animals, plushie play toys, lovely dolls and hand puppets. The book also includes five reversible toy tutorials, giving you two toys in one. Make some knitted nesting boxes, a mama duck with ducklings pull toy, felted bouncing balls, a curly snake and a cat to mouse reversible hand puppet.

With so many creative toy ideas there's something to put a smile on every child's face and probably most grown-ups too.

Check out a sample project from the book Panda & Zebra Hand Puppets. You can pick up a copy of the book now from Artisan Books. Photographs by Liz Banfield.

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Lisa L.
Lisa L. · Manitowoc, Wisconsin, United States

Adorable thanks for the post

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