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As a 20-year veteran of the craft industry, Ana Araujo is a well-established craft instructor and guest/host of When Creativity Knocks, a television-style crafting on the Internet. Ana’s never ending creativity, attention to detail, humor & “girl next door” appeal is what continues to warm the hearts of students, readers and viewers everywhere. Ana’s designs have been featured in numerous publications, on a number of television shows, including The Carol Duval Show and The Rosie O’Donnell Show. She’s hosting her series, Mama Knows Best, on www.WhenCreativityKnocks.net. Ana is the Designer/Co-Host and Executive Producer of When Creativity Knocks.
Felt from the Heart features more than twenty-four wonderful handmade stuffed animals, creatures, and veggies, plus cute habitats for all of your creations to hang out in. Every project in this book is sewn by hand using only embroidery floss and eight different stitches. Additionally, each of these projects has a heart incorporated into the design, because each project is made from the heart.
Amy Barickman (www.amybarickman.com), founder and owner of Indygo Junction (www.indygojunction.com) is a leader in the sewing, needle arts and retail crafting industry. Amy founded Indygo Junction in 1990 to publish and market sewing books and patterns and to showcase the work of leading designers. Amy’s knack for anticipating popular trends has led her to discover more than 45 innovative artists and designers. Through her published works, business websites and e-newsletters, Amy inspires countless crafters to explore their own creative spirit and experiment with the newest sewing, fabric and crafting techniques.
25 quick & easy projects to wear, decorate and share. Express your individual style by adding a “wink” to your wardrobe or room with these beautiful blooms from Indygo Junction’s Fabric Flowers, with inspiring techniques for the novice to more advanced creative enthusiasts. Combine cotton prints into one-of-a-kind fashion statements, recycle jeans, ties, sweaters and t-shirts, create painterly effects of needle felting, and play with felt, wools, and silks! From a simple rose created from repurposed denim jeans to a full wedding bouquet of felted roses, the projects in this book teach traditional techniques and introduce flower making short-cut methods,
Needle felting's easy to learn and fun to do! Make and embellish pretty things to wear, bags to carry, funky jewelry, plus pillows, runners, bowls and more for the home.Complete instructions for hand and machine techniques using a variety of fibers. 22 projects with that vintage-cool Indygo Junction look-plus an inspiring gallery from five top designers. Learn a fresh new craft from your favorite designers at Indygo Junction! Creating and embellishing wool fashions and accessories is easy and remarkably fun. You'll learn how to prepare materials, plus techniques for dry and wet felting. Lots of projects show off your skills!
Heidi Boyd is the author of fifteen craft books and is a regular contributor to Interweave's Stitch and Better Homes and Gardens Special Interest Halloween and Holiday magazines. Her work can also be found on Craftsy, Familyfun, Gooseberry publications, and several televised DIY segments on HGTV and PBS networks. Heidi's goal is to make sophisticated design approachable and easy for all. In the last few years, Heidi and her husband Jon founded a small business (www.heidiboyd.com) inspired by the success of her book Stitched Whimsy. They produce Whimsy Softie Kits, Whimsy Stitches Hoop Kits, and Embroidered Whimsy Tea Towel Kits.
Sew your way to happily ever after! Bring story time to life with this collection of imaginative projects. Drawing inspiration from classic fairy tales, author Heidi Boyd adds a modern twist to everything from huggable softies such as the magical Unicorn to interactive toys such as Snow White's Cottage Tote. Sleeping Beauty's Castle Quilt brings sweet dreams to any child's room, and the Rapunzel Pillow is perfect for cuddling and play. Readily available cottons, felts, yarns and embroidery floss plus clear instructions and detailed illustrations make sewing simple and straightforward so you can spend less time sewing and more time enjoying your favorite fairy tales.
Stitch, embellish, love, repeat. Making adorable hand-stitched things using the fabric you love has never been easier! Heidi Boyd has 20 adorable sewn, stitched and felted projects, complete with clear instructions, helpful illustrations and crisp patterns. There is something for everyone who likes to create handmade items, whether you’re new to sewing or a long-time stitcher: loads of projects featuring hip fabrics, tantalizing textures and embellishments that add just the right touch. Loveable projects feature woodland creatures, colorful creations, fuzzy foodstuffs and more. A variety of fun techniques are usedincluding embroidery, appliqué, felting, hand-stitching and classic sewing. Many projects are quick and easy to make again and again—great for gifts! Grab your needles, threads, fabrics and felt and sew along with Stitched Whimsy!!
Born in the US and raised in Ireland, Marianne is now based in France where she set up her cottage industry design company using WoolFelt® exclusively in her seasonal creations. Marianne mixes patchwork fabrics with WoolFelt resulting in a pure country french style she expresses in her much-loved penny rugs, pillows, mini-quilts, and other home decorations. Marianne has published several popular WoolFelt pattern books. More information found at www.thecinnamonpatch.com.
Birdhouse Thread Keep. A completed project from the book, It's available as a semi-kit on the www.cinnamonpatch.com website.
A charming collection of 18 projects by Marianne Byrne-Goarin, mixing patchwork fabrics and woolfelt in a pure country style: mini-quilts, cushions, table runners, wall hangings and other delightful homespun accessories will bring warmth and originality to your home.
Bilingual book : French/English
More information found at www.thecinnamonpatch.com.
A pattern collection of 20 decorative and useful woolfelt projects for the home by Marianne Byrne-Goarin, who has revisted the traditional folk art style in a more contemporary way, giving it a fresh and feminine look. Patterns include scrapbooking inspired appliqués embellished with the simplest of embroidery stitches and accessories: wallhangings, pillows, garland, floral wreath, sewing accessories.
Bilingual book : French/English
More information found at www.thecinnamonpatch.com.
Based in the mountains of Western North Carolina, Amanda is a full-throttle craft dork, mama to two sweet ladies (one brindle and one blonde), wife to a silly Italian, explorer, critter lover, and ex-craft-book editor. Sewing is her first love, followed closely by crochet and even closer by quilting. Amanda does most of my crafting during toddler naps and early bedtimes these days, She know I'm at my best when I'm creating.
'Tis the season to make felt crafts-fa, la la la la! These 45+ festive Christmas projects will bring joy to crafters everywhere. Created by successful online designers from around the world, the adorable items range from a sweet garland of little birds to super-cute matryoshka doll ornaments. All can be made with simple sewing techniques, and there are both no-sew and eco-smart options, too
The 30 fun projects in Stash Happy: Felt feature practical items (a fall-inspired tea cozy), cute accessories (a stylish retro-inspired clutch), unique home décor and holiday crafts (a felt flower bouquet), and adorable kid stuff (a repurposed wool bear cub hat). Everything you need is here, including illustrations, templates, and helpful hints from the designers
Tsia Carson has taught at Yale and the Rhode Island School of Design, and is a partner at the design firm Flat, which counts Knoll, MoMA, and the American Red Cross among its clients. Her previous book, Craftivity: 40 Projects for the DIY Lifestyle (Collins, 2006), was reviewed in Nylon, Readymade, Bust, and Time Out. It was featured on Etsy and picked by the Amazon editors as one of the Ten Best Home and Garden books of 2006.
Crafting is always more fun and more meaningful when it's shared with those you love. Discover the joy of working alongside your child while creating arts and crafts that inspire. With these twenty whimsical projects in a variety of mediums, you and your child will find fun ways to work collaboratively and independently; together on the same project, or side by side on related projects.
Create Giant Newspaper Snowflakes that take traditional paper snowflakes to magical new levels. Create surprising monoprints that take glitter glue to new heights. Explore the versatility of embroidery with a child-friendly version that uses a leaf as the canvas and a more advanced version that uses a child’s drawing for stitching inspiration.
Vickie Clontz is an award-winning designer, teacher, and fiber artist specializing in wool and all things related. Her pattern company, Annie's Keepsakes (named after her mother and daughter), has close to 100 original designs for sewing, quilting, home decor, and wearables. Vickie loves creating unique designs and finds inspiration in nature. She also enjoys teaching classes, programs, and workshops across the country. For more information, visit annieskeepsakes.com.
In Crafty Critters from Leisure Arts, appealing woodland animal designs add fun to a collection of home and fashion accessories by Vickie Clontz of Annie s Keepsakes. There are shoulder bags with fox and raccoon faces, a big-eyed owl case for eyeglasses or cell phones, cute pincushions and storage cases, leaf coasters, wall pockets, and magnets.
Kelly Lee-Creel is an author and fabric designer. She was a video game producer with a secret crush on fabric design and pattern making. Lots of hard work, much grace, and many adventures later, she is now pursuing her design dreams full time. She loves writing, crafts, decorating, and photography -- and blogs about it all on her web-site, everkelly.com.
This book has captured the heart of social gatherings for special occasions — expressing your love for family and friends in the DIY spirit of decorating, baking, and sewing. Discover how easy it can be to plan and create stylishly themed parties for all ages without breaking the bank. Have fun stitching and crafting creative décor projects along with matching party favors for your guests…plus, each party theme comes with its own signature dessert recipe. Dozens of sewing and no-sew projects for all skill levels, ranging from chic and elegant to festive and whimsical.
Caroline started her first sewing blog to share and show off her projects, and soon she began designing patterns that featured only one pattern piece. Now, by happy accident or not, her home has become one where the creative spirit runs free. Raw materials come in; and robots, pillows, and cute things to wear go out. You can see what she’s making right now at SewCanShe.com.
Nurture yourself by sewing something that’s just for you. This chic collection of apparel and accessories gives you the perfect way to relax, replenish, and experience the joy of doing what you love. The projects in this book are organized into 12 chapters for the 12 months of the year, so you can sew sweet little projects all year long. Join us in taking the selfish sewing challenge: Sew one thing just for yourself every month.
Lynne Farris brings a lifetime of design experience to the world of creative sewing and fiber arts. Trained as a visual artist, she earned master of fine arts degree in painting before beginning her career as a college art instructor. She worked for several years as a designer in the toy and juvenile products industries and has had her own business since 1982 as a designer of puppets, corporate and sports mascots, and props for commercials. Lynne is the author of six books on fiber arts and appears frequently on HGTV, DIY, and PBS as a guest on creative programs.
Fabulous Flowers - Never Need Watering, Always in Bloom! Make roses, calla lilies, birds of paradise, and 14 more “perennial" favorites. Projects for all skill levels, with easy step-by-step instructions and how-to photos. Make one or a dozen, a single variety or a mixed bouquet. Use as seasonal home accents and gifts for friends and family. Flowers so lifelike, you'll want to reach out and touch them! Now you can make them yourself, even if you're a beginning sewer. The secret is wool felt and simple fabric sculpting techniques created by expert Lynne Farris. The book includes 17 complete projects with patterns and easy-to-follow instructions. Toss in a few everyday craft supplies and you'll be well on your way to creating your own glorious, stitched flower garden.
Dress Up Your Home with Colorful Felt Accessories • Add flair to any room with 22 color-rich felt projects • Learn all the different ways to work with wool felt-hand or machine needle felting, wet felting, sewing with felt fabric, even felting with silk • Make a project as a gift, or accent a whole room with suites of coordinating accessories-dining room, office, and bedroom Looking for ways to brighten up a tired interior? Surround yourself with these vivid wool felt accessories. From photo album covers and felt "paintings" to picture frames, candleholders, footstools, table accessories, and more, you'll find the perfect project to brighten your surroundings-or give to someone special. Fun, easy techniques are suitable for all skill levels.
Barri lives in June Lake, CA, which is scenically located in the Sierra Nevada Mountain Range. She enjoys the picturesque beauty, walks, and kayaking in the lakes. If you happen to drive by her house you will see many colors drying in the breeze. To the delight of her many loyal and enthusiastic customers, Barri keeps very busy creating new designs for her Bareroots Pattern Company (bareroots.com). Barri especially loves working with small appliqué and WoolFelt® is perfect for this. She has introduced over 20 popular WoolFelt® candle mat patterns with multiple themes for every season.
This "down to earth" book has over a dozen patterns with instructions. It's great for beginners and more experienced stitchers alike. You will enjoy making quilts, frames, pillows, pincushions and bags for a heartfelt gift our as a treasured keepsake for yourself.
This book has fourteen projects to make your home pretty & cozy. Techniques included in the book are turned, fused or wool felt applique instructions, embroidery stitch examples, piecing instructions. Projects include: a long candle mat runner with wool felt, two large quilts, pillows, a pocket carry all for the wall or door, pieced and appliqued.
Quilt A Gift is a precious collection of beautiful quilted gifts for every occasion including birthdays, Mother's Day, weddings and Christmas designed by author Barri Sue Gaudet. You will be able to create elegant home accents using pieced patchwork and applique, all featuring the author's stylish country charm. In addition to the orgininal title, Barri also developed Quilt a Gift for Christmas feauturing a wide variety of ideas for gifts, keepsakes and decorations and Quilt a Gift for Little Ones featuring bunting, blankets, cot quilts and comforters.
Abby is a sewing pattern designer, craft book author, and sewing teacher. She designs and makes original soft toys and soft sculptures. For several years she worked exclusively on creating soft sculpture birds of every variety, from flamingos to penguins, from larks to peacocks. This work culminated in The Artful Bird: Feathered Friends to Make and Sew. With her second book, Stuffed Animals: From Concept to Construction, her goal was to help you design and create your own, original softie patterns by showing how soft toy construction works. Everything from creating a simple outline toy to an advanced jointed toy with gussets and darts is explained in detail. Discover more about designing and sewing stuffed animals and running a creative business on her While She Naps blog (whileshenaps.com).
Are you ready for a soft toy book that goes beyond the basics? Here, for the first time in decades, is a comprehensive reference that teaches you how to sew heirloom-quality stuffed animals, from four-legged friends that actually stand to a classic, poseable Teddy bear. Each of the 16 projects contain lessons that teach such skills as needle sculpting, designing “cupped” ears, and making muzzles, snouts, and beaks. Make one of Abby's animals and learn something new, or take a new technique and apply it to your own design!
Kerry Goulder began her business when her fabric stash and design ideas bubbled over to an etsy shop and evolved into her Kid Giddy® label, publication projects, and her first book titled Sewing Tales to Stitch and Love: 18 Toy Patterns for the Storytelling Sewist. What’s more, Kerry is a licensed designer for Sizzix and has recently been busy creating Little House on the Prairie® (look-a-like) dolls for Andover Fabrics. When she is not sewing, Kerry loves to read, run, train for her third degree black belt, and spend time with her two girls and husband. Discover more at kidgiddy.blogspot.com
Sew me a story, and you will see a whimsical world come to be! A young dolphin heads to open seas for the very first time. Curious gnomes seek adventure in a wooded wonderland. A dazzling hot-air balloon promises breathtaking sights to those ready to ride. Bring these and other charming characters and their stories to life through the magic of needle and thread! Inside Sewing Tales to Stitch and Love is an irresistible collection of sewn and stuffed toys that all ages will love. Delightful and durable, these once-upon-a-time creations are made to be played with endlessly and cherished forever after!
It all started at age 4, when Jennifer received a child’s Sew Perfect Sewing Machine. Her grandmother gave her a stack of upholstery fabric samples, and Jennifer jumped right in to sewing. She has been a self-supporting artist for 18 years. First selling her ceramic tiles, beads, and jewelry and then eventually moving into textiles. Jennifer designs fabric for In The Beginning Fabrics, currently she is designing her twelfth line of fabric for them. Alongside designing fabric, Jennifer has a line of sewing patterns and craft kits under the Jennifer Jangles (www.jenniferjangles.com) name. Many of her kits include National Nonwovens’ WoolFelt. “It’s the only brand of felt I use in the kits as well as sewing for myself.”
Colorful projects, perfect to give as gifts. Put the fun back in sewing with little treasures to sew, embellish, and share! Popular fabric and pattern designer Jennifer Heynen invites you to choose your own sewing adventure with 44 playful projects that make perfect gifts. From pouches and pincushions to quilts and cheerful home decor, each of the 11 featured designs includes 3 happy variations. Turn a funky wallhanging into bull’s-eye pillows, a pom-pom trivet, or a lap quilt—the choice is yours! Choose your own sewing adventure, and then embellish projects with embroidery, buttons, trims, topstitching, and fusible appliqué (full-size patterns included)—until they are uniquely yours.
Lynn Koolish lives a color-filled life in Berkeley, California, where she dyes fabric and makes quilts and other fiber art. She loves all the colors, so she can never decide what her favorite color is. As long as it's bright, she's happy. Sometimes she even dyes her hair purple. Lynn shares her love of color with others by teaching fabric-dyeing classes. Visit Lynn's web site at www.lynnkoolish.com.
Frosted Fun for Creative Crafters. Make adorable cupcakes with fabric, yarn, felt, and paper, plus many mouth-watering cupcake recipes to taste while you create. Sprinkle your creations with buttons, beads, sequins, embroidery threads, and paper embellishments. Help yourself to hours of creative play with these charming cupcakes to craft and bake. This book's tasty treats include small quilts, t-shirts, wall hangings, pillows, pincushions, recipe box, party invitations, baby bibs, hair accessories, and much more. The icing on the cake? Delicious cupcake recipes! (Warning: you'll want to try them all.)
Michelle May has been infatuated with rabbits and textiles since she was six years old. In 2012, after having worked in the business world for more than 23 years, Michelle decided to take a "hop of faith" and pursue her passion for designing and teaching full time. Michelle created Folk Art Fusion, which is a fun and whimsical expression of fusing folk art together, with the freedom of creating an art quilt. She sells her designs, kits, and supplies on her website www.theraspberryrabbits.com. She appeared in four episodes of the 1300 series of Quilting Arts, a national PBS television program. Her work has also appeared in numerous books and magazines.
Ever wanted to work with WoolFelt® in your art quilts? Well here is your chance so get ready for an adventure. Take a hop down the rabbit hole with Michelle May of The Raspberry Rabbits into the world of Folk Art Fusion. Here the fun and whimsy of folk art is fused together with the freedom of making an art quilt. There are ten fun projects in this full color book. The instructions are easy to understand. Hand stitching and machine quilting add to the charm of each project.
Rebekah has professionally established herself as an author, designer and artist in both the craft and quilt industries. With a love of fiber and collage she has combined both together creating Fabric Art Collage 40+ Mixed Media Techniques. Her inspiration comes from urban architecture and geometric design. In her free time she likes to experiment with new mixed media techniques, incorporating them into collage and art quilts. Go to her website at rebekahmeier.com for more information.
Mix It Up with Dozens of Exciting New Ways to Create Mixed-Media Fabric Art. Everything you ever wanted to know about mixed-media fabric collage - the techniques, the supplies, the fun of creating. Learn more than 40 original techniques, each illustrated with step-by-step photos. Test-drive your new skills with 5 small quilt projects. Have you ever melted crayons onto muslin? Painted wool felt with bleach? Heat-embossed quilt batting using lace? Rebekah Meier has, and she shows you how to create fabulous fabric collages with these techniques and many, many more.
Ellen Murphy of American Homestead says she was born with a crayon in her hand. Ellen has a degree in Fine Art and has a love of color. Working in graphic design and as a quilting/crafts teacher helped Ellen create patterns that are easy to understand. She started her business as a quilt design company and worked in felt and embroidery for fun but people started seeing her original designs and wanted patterns and an entirely new part of her business was born! Ellen has a love for travel that has taken her all around the world and she brings the inspiration she receives from her journeys to her designs. She is inspired by the folk art she sees, especially the designs of her European roots.
Ellen shares 21 embroidered felt and quilted designs for the holidays in her signature folk-art style. You can sew these charming small projects anytime, anywhere. The classic patterns can be stitched up in alternate colors to be suitable all year-round. Festive projects, from all-new felt ornaments to cheerful stockings, make treasured gifts for family and friends
A graduate of Harrington College of Design, Jessica Peck creates all her designs on the playroom floor. From conception to completion, her children inspire her creativity. She also designs a line of sewing patterns called Sweetie Pie Bakery. Originally from Ottawa, IL she now lives in Wisconsin with her family.
Create artistic handmade toys to delight young children with this how-to book. Felt Toys for Your Little Ones by Jessica Peck, the popular designer of Sweetie Pie Bakery patterns. From a charming tea party and delicious ice cream shop to an adventuresome teepee, the fun-worthy projects in this book will ignite your child's imagination and provide hours of open-ended play. The 10 projects include over 75 patterns. Simple enough to make in a day, each pattern uses readily available store-bought materials and comes with full-color photographs and step-by-step instructions.
Rachel Thomas Pellman and her husband Kenny own and operate Rachel's of Greenfield where she designs and produces kits for small applique, pieced wall quilts, and ornaments. Rachel's kits are wonderfully complete . . . wall quilt kits include all the fabrics for the top, back, binding, embellishments, precise patterns, and complete instructions. Ornament kits contain all the fabrics, embellishments, floss, precise patterns and illustrated instructions. With everything in hand, everyone from novice to expert can have the satisfaction of completing a project!
This friendly book will teach you everything you need to know to start on a memorable quilting adventure, with small, simple-to-sew projects that come together quickly. Supporting layout diagrams and cutting templates are provided at actual size, and can be used directly from the book. No photocopying or resizing necessary!
Mary is an internationally recognized quiltmaker, fashion designer, instructor, lecturer, and quilt show judge who has authored a cookbook, six quilt books and a DVD. She has written extensively and had work appear in scores of quilt magazines and publications. Her award winning work has been widely exhibited both nationally and internationally. She's appeared on HGTV's "Simply Quilts" and "Sew Perfect" several times. She designed the Mary Stori Collection for Kona Bay Fabrics, and her own line of stencils for Quilting Creations. Visit Mary at: www.marystori.com and marystori.blogspot.com.
16 Projects with Appliqué, Beads, Buttons & Embroidery. Wild about wool? You'll love making and embellishing these cozy accessories. This book features 16 delightful WoolFelt® decorative projects small enough to take with you and work on anywhere. Easy-to-work WoolFelt® is even easier with Mary's innovative, foolproof construction and edging methods. The styles and colors include traditional, folk art, contemporary, hip, and cute as a button.
Designer and author Betz White has been sewing since her mother taught her as a young girl. A graduate in Fashion Design from the University of Cincinnati, White left her corporate career as a children’s wear designer to stay home with her young children and to pursue a new love: creating one-of-a-kind items from second hand materials. Betz draws her inspiration from vintage shapes, elements of nature and everyday objects. Her bold aesthetic combined with her education in apparel design results in a unique offering of patterns and projects for the modern sewer. Visit her at www.betzwhite.com.
Beautiful handmade gifts for all occasions! Discover gifts to sew for all of life’s major celebrations: birthdays, graduations, anniversaries, new homes, new babies, or simply “just because. Betz White, known for her earth- and family-friendly designs, offers a new collection of sewing projects for you to stitch and give to those you love. Projects include cuddly toys for babies and toddlers, clever bags and accessories for women and men, and beautiful items for the modern home. Sewers with a range of abilities, from confident beginner to seasoned seamstress, will find the projects achievable and enjoyable to make.
Heather and Elissa Willms are a mother-daughter design team and owners of Hopscotch Quilt Shop in Coaldale, Alberta. Elissa began the shop when she was 15 years old, balancing the running a part-time business and school by taking her classes online. All of Heather and Elissa’s designs are created in their two favorite color ways. Heather prefers dark, country colors, while Elissa loves to work with brights. They have developed a pattern line that reflects their dark/bright tastes and their patterns are as diverse as their color palettes and include quilts, bags, and pincushions.
Take a topsy-turvy Christmas tour! You'll find fourteen projects: seven in a folk-art style and seven bright and modern. Make holiday tree skirts, Advent calendars, stockings, lap quilts and patchwork balls.
Heather and Elissa created their own quilt challenge: starting with the same blocks, they've made entirely different designs that reflect each designer's unique color sense. Choose from 16 projects, including quilts, tote bags, place mats, and more. You wil find inspiration in Heather's traditional country colors and Elissa's bold, eye-popping brights.
Annabel Wrigley is an Aussie mom, author, designer, and owner of Little Pincushion Studio in Warrenton, Virginia. Her studio is a gathering place for crafty little pixies who want to learn everything they need to know about sewing and crafting. Her books are helping children all over the world channel their inner craftiness and embrace the wonderful world of sewing. She lives in Virginia, with her husband, two kids, and one very loud pug. She chronicles her crafty ventures on her website and blog - littlepincushionstudio.com. Annabel uses WoolFelt often in her We Love to Sew books.
Have yourself a merry handmade Christmas! Is it beginning to look a lot like Christmas? Then it’s time to think about presents! This year, give your family and besties something they can't find at the mall! This book will teach you how to make 17 of the cutest things you’ve ever seen. All you need is paper or fabric! You’ll learn how to make barrettes, pillows, ornaments—you name it. You’ll even learn how to make Christmas stockings for everyone in your family! Tips on sewing and picking fabric will make you the best gift-giver ever! Create 17 fun and modern Christmas projects using paper or fabric. Includes tips and tricks for successful sewing and crafting
28 super-cool projects to create your own style Learn to make one-of-a-kind jewelry, bags, and stuff for your room. Choose from 28 superfun projects to make yourself or with friends. Develop crafty skills you didn’t know you had. How jealous are you of all the cute earrings and barrettes you see at your favorite stores? Don’t you wish you could Buy: them all? With this book, you can save your money for other things, because it’ll teach you how to make them! In no time at all, you'll be crafting super cute earrings, tote bags, rings, and even diary covers. It doesn’t even matter if you’ve never sewn anything before, because all the project instructions are super easy to follow. Some projects don’t even require sewing at all! Now, when someone asks you where you got that fab ring, you can just say, “Oh, this old thing? I made it!”
We Love To Sew - Bedrooms & We Love to Sew - Gifts
Annabel Wrigley has designed and wrote two more books in her We Love to Sew series. We Love to Sew - Bedrooms will show you how to 23 easy-to-sew and no-sew home decorating projects in 5 unique styles that you can mix and match for a complete bedroom makeover. Get to gifting with We Love To Sew - Gifts! Make 23 awesome gifts to give to your pals and family for their birthdays and holidays! Learn how to use a sewing machine, pick fabrics, and make cute things like pom-poms and garlands!
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