Never been stitched: 45 No-sew & low-sew projects

Never been stitched: 45 No-sew & low-sew projects


By (author) Amanda Carestio

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  • Publisher: Lark Books,U.S.
  • Format: Paperback | 128 pages
  • Dimensions: 201mm x 251mm x 13mm | 454g
  • Publication date: 27 February 2014
  • Publication City/Country: Asheville
  • ISBN 10: 1454704217
  • ISBN 13: 9781454704218
  • Illustrations note: Full colour throughout, includes photographs, includes templates
  • Sales rank: 1,103,436

Product description

Imaginative, inventive and filled with beautiful things to make, Never Been Stitched is the ultimate collection of no- and low-sew projects. Thanks to fusible webbing, fabric glue, grommets and other fun materials and techniques, crafters barely need a needle. Forty-five fast and simple items range from a folded market bag to a cute kid's apron to a plush pillow. A short basics section plus templates help even beginners create quick and stylish garments, home decor and other accessories.

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Author information

Amanda Carestio works as an editor at Lark Books and is the author of Fa la la Felt (9781600596155), Stash Happy: Felt (9781600599255) and Heart-Felt Holidays (9781454702818) and Wee Felt Worlds (9781454703938). When she's not making stuff or editing books about making stuff, Amanda enjoys spending time with her hubby, her baby girl Ruby and her super-spoiled pup, Violet.

Review quote

"Carestio ("Fa La LaLa Felt") believes that fabric obsession isn't only for expert sewists. This collection of no-sew and low-sew projects takes a variety of materials, from quilting cottons to recycled clothing to paper maps, and transforms them into garments and accessories appropriate for everyday use. Upcycling is a recurring theme in the projects, and Carestio makes clever use of repurposed fabrics and garments. The projects that work best are the designs for children, such as the colorful sock monsters, the pencil roll made out of wool felt, and the teddy bear backpack . . . this is a fun set of projects that fills a gap in crafting collections." --"Library Journal "