Making Children's Clothes
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Making Children's Clothes : 25 Step-by-Step Sewing Projects for 0-5 Years, Including Full-Size Paper Patterns

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Description

By combining a few easy-to-learn stitches with great fabrics and trims, expert seamstress Emma Hardy explains how to make beautiful yet practical clothes for your children. Choose from 25 different projects, including party frocks and pinafore dresses, simple shirts and elasticated trousers, sleepwear and accessories, such as hats, bibs, bootees and aprons. There are clothes for young boys and girls, toddlers and babies, plus full-size paper patterns that can easily be scaled to suit different ages. Packed with useful tips and sewing techniques, Making Children's Clothes provides a comprehensive guide to creating fantastic items that your child will love to wear.show more

Product details

  • Paperback | 112 pages
  • 223.52 x 231.14 x 12.7mm | 408.23g
  • Ryland, Peters & Small Ltd
  • CICO BOOKS
  • London, United Kingdom
  • English
  • 250 col photographs and artworks
  • 190652579X
  • 9781906525798
  • 5,405

About Emma Hardy

Emma Hardy is a stylist and designer who has worked on various lifestyle and interiors magazines, including Country Homes and Interiors and Marie Claire. Her previous books include Sewing in No Time (ISBN 978-1-906094-25-6: 25,000 copies sold), Quilting in No Time (ISBN 978-1-906525-29-3: 25,000 copies sold), Fast, Fun Cards (ISBN 978-1-904991-30-4: 50,000 copies sold) and Green Crafts for Children (ISBN 978-1-904094-74-4), all published by CICO. Married with two young daughters, Emma lives in south London.show more

Customer reviews

Lovely book with plenty of colour, but unfortunately I was a little underwhelmed - the book contained a lot of projects that are available as free patterns and tutorials on a large number of websites and blogs. However it did make a great gift for a friend who has a daughter (as there are PLENTY more ideas for girls than boys) who doesn't spend a lot of time on the internet at all. Pattern instructions are clear and well photographed.show more
by Clare S
I love this book! So far I've made the smock top (but I used the length of the nightie and made it a dress!) and the bloomers. The cord skirt and a-line dress are on my list of winter sewing. If you are interested in making children's clothes (particularly for girls) and have beginner to intermediate sewing skills, then this is a great book for you.show more
by Anna Ng
I love it! My new favourite book. Not that I've made anything out of it yet but I've spent hours drooling and dreaming in the 2 days since I got it. Will definitely be getting sewing soon.show more
by Freya