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Here are some great fleece craft books that can help you work with fleece with much success and much fun! You will find books here with projects and directions that are aimed at the youngest beginner to books aimed towards the advanced crafter looking for a project and how-tos.

1. Fleecie Dolls

Fleecie Dolls Book Review
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These fleece dolls are so much fun to make you will be very happy you got this title for your craft book shelf.

2. Sew the New Fleece: Techniques With Synthetic Fleece and Pile

Sew the New Fleece
No matter what your skill level, you will find useful information in this book. Each process is explained step-by-step with numerous photos and illustrations to make sewing your projects easier.
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3. Adventures With Polarfleece: A Sewing Expedition

Adventures With Polarfleece
Adventures with Polarfleece covers such things as fabric and garment care, sewing machine and serger basics, pattern choices and simple design changes. Follow a guided tour of sewing seams, edge finishing and no-hassle zippers. Step-by-step photos and illustrations are included for jackets, a cape, blankets, pillows, exceptional accessories and more!
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4. More Polarfleece Adventures: The Journey Continues

More Polarfleece Adventures
In her second book, sewing with fleece becomes an art form. Using commercial patterns, fleece can be customized to reflect individual style with the addition of sculpturing, pintucking, cutwork, fancy edge finishes, and applique. Cornwell even explores the industry's hottest craze -- machine embroidery. The book has many patterns and templates for designs featured. Also included is a chapter on creating 11 fun fleece projects.
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5. Nancy Cornwell's Polar Magic: New Adventures With Fleece

Polar Magic
In this book you will find a large collection of exciting ideas to enhance fleece garments and 16 home decor items from fleece and sewing expert and best-selling author, Nancy Cornwell. Sewers of all skill levels will find it easy to add new twists on fleece with techniques such as trapunto, embossing, stamping, chenille, polar ribbing, and more.
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6. Nancy Cornwell's More Polar Magic: Expanded Fleece Techniques

More Polar Magic
Beginning with a refresher course covering the basics of fleece sewing techniques and applications, the author guides the reader through over 50 unique creations. The major techniques introduced in her previous books are expanded upon and demonstrated in a wide variety of fashion and home decor uses.
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7. Fleece for Kids

Fleece for Kids
With this book, you can learn how to work with fleece and create fun projects every kid will love. There are more than 150 color photographs which illustrate completed projects including pullovers and jackets, matching hats and mittens, stuffed toys, and puppets. This book offersbeginners and more advanced crafters a complete approach to creating their own fleece favorites.
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