Kids will be excited about the great items they can create while learning paper crafts. Projects include four colorful greeting cards, a stylish paper bead necklace and bracelet set, and a handy paper tole message board. Who knew learning could be this much fun?
Always wanted to know how to make a quilt with just 3 yards of fabric? Awesome book!
It Takes Three contains eight quilting projects you can make from a just three yards of fabric each. Just think, a small amount of fabric is all it takes to complete any of the quilt tops. The projects are current with the styles and trends in today's quilting community. Also included is a sidebar about raw-edge fusible appliqué. You're only a page turn away!
Great for beginners!
Want to watch something wonderful take shape? Grab a front row seat at your sewing machine and observe as clever pot holders and stylish totes nearly magically appear at your fingertips. Having fun and learning to sew go hand in hand thanks to Lorine Mason’s Learn Easy Sewing Skills. Start at the very beginning with basic explanations and easy practice exercises. Then conjure up any of 11 show-stopping kitchen projects. Your family and friends will be amazed at your enchanting sleight of hand.
A great sewing reference with colorful pictures and a pull out pattern section!
When you look at your Christmas tree, which ornaments stand out the most? Chances are it’s those that were handmade, either by you or by a loved one. The best things about handmade ornaments are the memories that come with them. This year, why not create more memories by hand making the ornaments in this book? You can make them as gifts or get the whole family involved, spending the afternoon crafting. The book includes 53 designs across a wide variety, from traditional to whimsical, for the very young to the young at heart, and even ornaments for pets. Many of the ornaments are easy to make and can be finished in an hour or two using general supplies found in local sewing and craft stores. If you have a stash of scraps, this is a wonderful way to make good use of these on-hand fabrics. Don’t stop with making Christmas ornaments, though. Further your creativity by using these designs to make gift tags, hot pads, cards, coasters, or mug rugs. If you enjoy making ornaments but your list is small, make them by the batch to sell at a craft bazaar or bring a smile to strangers' faces by giving handmade ornaments to your favorite charity. May you have a lot of fun making Christmas ornaments that your family and friends—and perhaps others—will cherish for many years to come.