Fat Quarter: Vintage: 25 Projects to Make from Short Lengths of Fabric
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Fat Quarter: Vintage is the latest addition to a fabulous series of stash-busting sewing books. Separated into five decades, from the 1930s to the 1970s, each chapter contains five projects using fat quarter fabric or scraps that reflect the era. The projects have clear step-by-step instructions and beautiful accompanying photography, and there’s a useful tools and technique section for those who are new to sewing. This book is ideal for using the leftover remnants of fabric, and the projects make great gifts.
Projects include: 1930s pin cushion, 1940s flower brooch, 1940s sewing machine cover, 1950s apron, 1950s sunglasses case, 1960s child’s dress, 1970’s draft stopper, 1970s shopping bag.
|Dimensions||214 × 275 mm|
Susie Johns is an artist and designer who has written dozens of craft books, mostly on knitting, crochet and sewing, including Knitted Pets, Knitted Woodland Creatures, How to Embroider and Fat Quarter: Bags & Purses (GMC Publications). She lives in London, UK.
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