Through a series of visually stunning, hand-drawn illustrations, Patrick Harrison guides the reader on a productive journey through the woods. It provides the basic knowledge and skills to complete a range of both simple and more advanced craft projects, from functional structures to creative outdoor play forms. You will learn to choose and work your wood effectively, use simple tools, tie knots and develop your own designs. Projects include building masks and puppets, night torches, staffs, arrows, jewelry, ladders, shelters, and chairs for stargazing.
Making Woodland Crafts is the perfect companion for any family outdoor day, a joyful introduction to the crafts available in any piece of woodland. It is guaranteed to get children—as well as parents, siblings, grandparents—out and about and enjoying nature.
- Written by Patrick Harrison
- 112 pages
- 6" x 8.3"
- Published 2014