." . . the perfect little book to keep on your shelf if you love creating precious and imaginative kawaii dolls. Lovers of the first collection will not be disappointed." - AllFreeSewing.com "The instructions are clear and are followed up with great illustrations, plus there is a section in the back of the book that demonstrates stitches/techniques you will need to create your stuffie - making this a perfect book for beginners." - StacySews.com"Felt mascots, toys, appliques and accessories, all of them super cute. . . . The photos are adorable. . . . The projects are good for a wide range of skills. . . . The diagrams in the instructions are clear and show how to put the items together. This is a lovely book, and a must for anyone who really enjoys Japanese crafts." - Don't Eat the Paste. Com"The book is just too cute to resist!" - Meremadeblog.com
About the Author
After working at two toy manufacturers, Naomi Tabatha began freelancing as a handicraft artist and 3D figure illustrator. Her original stuffed toys have graced countless magazine, book, and CD covers. She also creates baby goods and writes columns in women s magazines on making cute stuff. Her love of making things by hand is part of her own eco-friendly lifestyle.