Small Stash Sewing

Author: Melissa Averinos
Editor: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 0470638729
Size: 10,83 MB
Format: PDF, ePub
Read: 594

25 projects to make the most of designer fat quarters Sewing with designer fat quarters is a great way to stretch your dollar without sacrificing quality. Now, Melissa Averinos, the face behind the popular Yummy Goods blog and one of the newest Free Spirit fabric designers, brings you a collection of projects dedicated specifically to making the most of your designer fat quarters. From belts to handbags, from children‘s gifts to a laundry hamper bag, and much, much more, Small Stash Sewing gives you 25 sewing projects to make unique pieces that showcase your favorite, longed-for designer fabrics. Gorgeous full-color photography throughout Sewing with designer fat quarters is budget-friendly and hip Melissa’s blog,, is read by thousands of dedicated fans If you’re a veteran sewer looking to use up your existing stash of fabrics or are new to sewing and want to experiment with designer fabrics without breaking the bank, Sewing with Fat Quarters gives you the skills and know-how to create 25 stunning pieces that give new life to your home and fashion style. Note: CD-ROM/DVD and other supplementary materials are not included as part of eBook file.

A Field Guide To Fabric Design

Author: Kim Kight
Editor: C&T Publishing Inc
ISBN: 9781607056188
Size: 14,19 MB
Format: PDF, Kindle
Read: 677

If you have ever dreamed of showing your designs on fabric, textile aficionado Kim Kight, of popular blog True Up, is here to teach you how. Comprehensive and refreshingly straightforward, this impressive volume features two main parts. First, the Design and Color section explains the basics with step-by-step tutorials on creating repeating patterns both by hand and on the computer. Next, the Printing section guides you through transferring those designs on fabric-whether it's block printing, screen printing, digital printing or licensing to a fabric company-and how to determine the best method for you.

Sew Small 19 Little Bags

Author: Jennifer Heynen
Editor: C&T Publishing Inc
ISBN: 1617454346
Size: 17,11 MB
Format: PDF
Read: 745

Sew 19 simply embellished projects, including a card holder, coin purses, earbud holder, small wallets, pouches, and organizers. These cute and useful bags are perfect for holding and organizing all of your little things. Personalize the organizers with adorable embellishments and appliqués and use up your scraps, trims, and other odds and ends in the process! Whip one up in an afternoon or bring your handwork with you—small pieces make these projects fun and easy to work on anywhere. Great to give as gifts or keep for yourself, these tiny bags will bring a smile to anyone’s face.

Quilting On The Go

Author: Jessica Alexandrakis
Editor: Potter Craft
ISBN: 0770434134
Size: 15,48 MB
Format: PDF, Kindle
Read: 444

Break Free from Your Sewing Machine Imagine being able to quilt on vacation, at the beach, or virtually anywhere else you find yourself. Jessica Alexandrakis has traveled the world with her on-to-go sewing kit and small stash of fabric, creating strikingly modern patchwork along the way. Now she shares everything she's learned about this addictive, beginner-friendly technique. • Sewing kit essentials that you can slip in your bag so you'll always be ready to stitch • Color theory and stash organization tips for dramatic effects or scrap-happy results • Creative patterns to combine hexagons, half-hexagons, diamonds, stars, squares, and triangles • 10 step-by-step projects, including the hand-pieced Laptop Bag, Tanuki Stripe Throw, Falling Stars Baby Quilt, and Jessica's signature Travel Quilt • 10 customizable quilt patterns with 40 vibrant color palette suggestions Whether your style is classic or modern, Jessica offers a range of stunning projects, from small home accessories to full-size quilts, for all skill levels. So leave the sewing machine at home. Take your quilt to go.

Make Use Of Your Fabric Stash

Author: Mabel Dawn Van Niekerk
Editor: Mabel Dawn Van Niekerk
Size: 13,64 MB
Format: PDF, Kindle
Read: 799

Anyone who enjoys sewing their own clothing and décor items, is an avid quilter, or is involved in various crafting hobbies, will automatically accumulate a large fabric stash. Your fabric stash could eventually become a storage problem, if you don’t start a few new projects to utilize some of the stash. Digging in your fabric stash to see what you can make from various off-cuts of fabric can be fun. A great way of using up the small pieces of fabric, is patchwork. There are numerous items that can be made to use around the home and for gifting.

Shadow Quilting With Marjorie Puckett

Author: Marjorie Puckett
Editor: Scribner
ISBN: 9780684183398
Size: 16,49 MB
Format: PDF, ePub
Read: 738

Shares directions for making pieced and quilted Christmas decorations, ornaments, wreathes, aprons, bibs, tablecloths, clothing, and pillows

Just Like Me Knits

Author: Brandy Fortune
Editor: Potter Craft
ISBN: 0770434371
Size: 19,63 MB
Format: PDF, Kindle
Read: 116

Sweet Little Knits for Kids and Their Dolls Little ones love to dress just like their favorite dolls or stuffed animals. In Just Like Me Knits, Brandy Fortune shows you how to create nineteen modern projects for children, with nineteen matching projects for 15-to-18-inch toy figures, perfect for Bamboletta and other popular dolls. Knit everyday favorites such as a striped raglan sweater for an adventurous boy to run around in; fancy dress-up clothes, including a princess ballerina wrap; and accessories like the irresistible lace socks that can be made to fit mom, child, or doll. As the parent of two young, energetic girls and cofounder of the popular children’s magazine Petit Purls, Brandy Fortune is a practical knitter. She keeps the projects in this book simple and fast, making them accessible for busy beginners yet interesting enough for more experienced knitters. You’ll find everything you need to start knitting right away, including: • sizing, measuring, and customization help for creating children’s clothes • nineteen easy-to-follow patterns for garments and accessories for girls and boys age 3 through 10 • a short guide to hand-sewing basic doll clothes, with five original patterns to create complete outfits for any doll or toy • a quick primer on knitting techniques and resources The only thing that can make a handknit garment for a child even more special is a matching one for his or her huggable friend. You’ll love making these adorable projects for the children in your life, and they’ll love to help choose what they and their favorite dolls will wear. From the Trade Paperback edition.

Sewing School

Author: Andria Lisle
Editor: Storey Publishing
ISBN: 1612122205
Size: 19,49 MB
Format: PDF, Docs
Read: 629

Kids can sew too! This inspiring guide includes 21 fun sewing projects for children ages 5 and up. With easy-to-follow illustrated instructions and cut-out patterns, young crafters will quickly be sewing up colorful pillows, potholders, dolls, blankets, and more. These kid-tested projects require only minimal supervision and most can be made using simple hand stitches, so no sewing machine is required. With plenty of encouragement and helpful tips, Sewing School ® helps young sewers develop their skills while sparking a passion that will last a lifetime.

How To Knit In The Woods

Editor: Skipstone
ISBN: 159485341X
Size: 10,78 MB
Format: PDF, Mobi
Read: 625

101 Sewing Secrets

Author: Singer Sewing
Editor: Random House Canada
Size: 17,70 MB
Format: PDF, ePub, Docs
Read: 152

Provides suggestions for selecting sewing supplies and setting up a sewing room, copying and existing garment, and making professional and designer-type details