Margaret Bloom lives with her family in a small yellow cottage beneath the great oak trees of Northern California. When she is not busy reading to her children, buttering toast or searching for lost socks, she spends her time writing, creating and finding inspiration in the world around her.
". . . a feast for the eyes, spirit, heart and mind. The delightful, inspiring, and gentle dolls which Margaret Bloom introduced in Making Peg Dolls take off on new creative journeys in this sequel. Her directions are accessible and easy, the projects themselves irresistible, and the photos by Paul Bloom are splendid. I would have loved a beautiful book like this as a child, and will cherish it as an adult."--Elisa Kleven, award winning children's book author and illustrator
"Margaret Bloom's work never fails to whisk me off into the miniature world of quiet magic she creates. I have pored for hours over Making Peg Dolls, drawing inspiration from the tiny projects and cooing over each in exquisite detail. It is such a delight to find Making Peg Dolls and More every bit as enchanting, filled with exquisite photography and beautiful whimsical ideas. I will love exploring the book for my own creative inspiration, but also look forward to sharing it with young friends who are deeply sensitive to Margaret Bloom's distinctive brand of playful sweetness."--Anna Branford, author of the "Violet Mackerel" series