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Crafty Little Things to Sew

20 Clever Sewing Projects Using Scraps & Fat Quarters

Caroline Fairbanks-Critchfield

Paperback

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Description

Adorable must-have items to sew in a session or two . . . even if you're a total beginner
Start a project--and finish on the very same day From pouches and totes to baskets, these clever and crafty little things will make you feel like a superhero stitcher. Created by the bloggers of SewCanShe, the 20 projects include a quilty first-aid kit, cute magnets, headbands and hair baubles, travel iron mats, and more. Many are made with fat quarters of fabric--sold in precut stacks or bundles and easily purchased in stores or on the web. Newcomers will find so many pictures, diagrams, and tips that they'll feel like the author is right there beside them.

Project designers include the author and:
Virginia Lindsay (Gingercake Patterns)
Jennifer Heynen (The Beginning Fabrics / Jennifer Jangles)
Sarah Markos (Blue Susan Makes: bluesusanmakes.blogspot.com)
Heidi Staples (Fabric Mutt: fabricmutt.blogspot.com)
Tessa Walker (The Sewing Chick: thesewingchick.blogspot.com)
Christina Roy (2littlehooligans.com)

Lark Books (NC), 9781454710455, 144pp.

Publication Date: October 3, 2017



About the Author

Caroline Fairbanks-Critchfield is the enthusiastic sewist and author behind the popular blog SewCanShe. See her on It's Sew Easy (Season 12) or in her Craftsy class "Colorful Patchwork Bags and Baskets." In her free time she raises four kids and keeps a semi-organized home. Once upon a time (it seems) she studied Russian Language and Literature at Brigham Young University. Now she simply shares sewing ideas with anyone who wants to learn.