Anything, including paper, wood, wire, threads, beads and baubles, can be used to make this collection of easy-to-make art dolls. Following in the footsteps of Wild Women by the same author, also in the 20 to Make series, these fabulous figures are fun to create and use simple techniques that anyone can master.
Includes twenty different designs and an alternative design of each one that can be made using the same techniques.
Sarah Lawrence spent ten years teaching art and textiles in secondary schools in Yorkshire, before leaving to start her family. She gained distinctions in her City & Guilds in Creative Embroidery, and is now a freelance textile artist and tutor, continuing to develop her own work, exhibiting widely, giving talks, demonstrations and workshops and undertaking commissions. Recently she has done a postgraduate course to support all the work she has done over the last ten years with the elderly and disadvantaged young people. Sarah runs many courses on felting, embroidery, beading and surface construction for a diverse range of groups. Details can be found on her website www.sarah-lawrence.com. She also owns and runs craftynotions.com. She lives in Newark.