The Liberty Book of Home Sewing

By Lucinda Ganderton (Text by (Art/Photo Books)); Richard Merritt (Illustrator); Kristin Perers (Photographer)
(Chronicle Books (CA), Hardcover, 9781452102375, 160pp.)

Publication Date: September 2011

List Price: $27.50*
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Description

Crafters and fashion lovers will be lining up to get their hands on the very first sewing book from internationally popular and uber-stylish textile brand Liberty. Brimming with lavish photographs of bold, graphic fabrics, The Liberty Book of Home Sewing offers 25 irresistible and easy-to-make projects that allow readers to incorporate a touch of Liberty elegance into their home. Simple enough for beginners, the projects range from feminine totes and aprons to handy pincushions and book covers, full-sized quilts, chic throws, plush cushions, and more. With color step-by-step illustrations, detailed instructions, and plenty of inspiration, plus an exquisite fabric cover, this enchantingly beautiful book will be treasured by longtime Liberty fans and young crafters alike.




About the Author
Lucinda Ganderton studied fine art textiles at Goldsmiths College in London, and now works across a wide range of media. Special commissions have included needlepoint kits, museum display panels, and graphic illustration. Her work has been featured in many crafts books as well as in leading magazines, newspapers, and on television. She lives in Great Britain.



Kristin Perers grew up in Florida and worked as a designer for fashion houses including Calvin Klein and Giorgio Armani. She now styles and photographs interiors and fashion for magazines such as Elle Decoration.
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