Zombie Felties are on the march, and these felties aren't cute at all. Their eyes dangle from empty sockets, suspended by the merest thread; their innards protrude from soft felt bellies in unruly loops and swags of horrible pink floss; their broken skulls uncover a slithery sequinned suggestion of exposed brain matter. And the curse of the zombie can strike all kinds of being. Within these covers you'll find 16 projects for creating every possibility from gyrating Zombie Thrilla (in tribute to the late King of Pop), through gesticulating Zombie Bunny and Classic Zombie trailing his tiny grave bandages, all the way to Zombie Bride clasping a teeny, rotting bouquet. Naturally you'll recoil. You may not want to make them, but somehow you'll find that you have no choice. Zombie Felties are chillingly easy for even unwilling fingers to construct. Shudder as you stitch.
Sarah Skeate is an illustrator with a zombie fetish. During the day she works in publishing. Nicola Tedman, her partner in crime, is a model-maker who has worked on theatre and television productions as diverse as Warhorse and In the Night Garden. Nicola Tedman is a professional model maker who has worked on film and television productions as diverse as the children's show In the Night Garden and comic-book adaptation Hellboy II. Sarah Skeate is an illustrator and artist. Her character designs, illustrations and paintings can be viewed on her Brain Child Illustrations website. Nicola and Sarah have published several books together, including Zodiac Felties, Steampunk Softies and the bestselling Zombie Felties.
Banishes the "cute" from craft, and raises the felt undead 16 irresistibly haunting projects to celebrate the zombie zeitgeist Well within the skill - if not the taste - levels of every crafter