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Stitch in Style with Adorable, Easy Projects
Make every day a crafting bonanza with this inspiring and helpful guidebook packed with 60 projects. These accessories, toys and decorations are as easy to create as they are fun to wear and display! Grab an adult to help you get started, then you’re off sewing adorable crafts you can personalize with your favorite colors and fabrics.
Make cool stuff with your friends, such as hair and fashion accessories, and decorate your room your way with personalized pillows and throws. Become the most stylish kid at school with a homemade notebook cover and a pencil pouch. There are so many projects to choose from, such as:
· Watermelon Tote
· Happy Face Coasters
· Animal Sleep Masks
· Pom-Pom Throw
· Unicorn Mane Scarf
· and so much more!
Easy-to-follow instructions make this book a great place to start for beginners. With the projects divided into three skill levels, it’s a cinch to find one that’s just right for you. Beginner projects use only hand stitching, intermediate ones combine hand stitching with easy machine sewing and advanced ones use only a machine. Filled with pictures, friendly advice and cutout templates, this will become your favorite activity book for playtime.
"...accessible and eclectic.... The broad-ranging projects enable even the most novice sewers to succeed."
"I adore how Brandy has shown us all that sewing doesn’t have to be overwhelming or complicated. The whole family will be enticed by the fun!”
—Holly Homer, bestselling author and founder of Kids Activities Blog
“A delightful collection of sewing projects for the beginner sewist, with carefully curated projects that will surely impress!
—Ashley Johnson, founder of Make It and Love It, author of No-Sew Love
“Brandy’s fun, whimsical style will inspire the budding sewist to create and have fun. This book is a keeper!
—Linda Gardner, founder of Craftaholics Anonymous
“A must-have for any budding sewist! The skills taught will help any child be confident and proud of their creations.
—Abby Smith, founder of Sew Much Ado