From its practical origins in the ‘Wild West’, to a fashion statement today, the basic size and design of bandanas has altered little over the years. Available in an array of colors and patterns, the timeless bandana can create a striking design statement when upcycled and transformed into these eye-catching and practical makes.
Projects include: notebook cover, shopping bag tidy, knitting bag, card holder, camera strap, needle case, flag, covered coat hanger, wreath, shoe bag
– 11 unique projects made from bandanas
– Clear step-by-step instructions and pictures
– Comprehensive techniques section
|Dimensions||215 × 275 mm|
Jemima Schlee is a prolific writer and contributor to craft magazines, including Country Homes & Interiors. She has a BA (Hons) from Bath University in Visual Communication. Jemima worked as a graphic designer and was Art Director for Laura Ashley Ltd (Interiors and Fashion worldwide). She then trained as a teacher and moved to Brighton on the south coast of England, where she now teaches deaf teenagers. She has also written the very successful Take a….series of craft books for GMC. Titles include Fat Quarter: Christmas and the "Take a…' series. For more information visit: http://www.jemimaschlee.co.uk.
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