Sweetly Stitched Handmades: 18 Projects to Sew
Sweetly Stitched Handmades includes 18 original designs that incorporate Amy Sinibaldi's love for patchwork and embroidery, natural linen, and a carefully chosen color palette of patterns and prints. The projects range in difficulty so that a beginning sewer may easily complete a few projects from start to finish, while others are more difficult and a more advanced sewer may be challenged to learn some new techniques. Projects include a colour-block baby quilt, a crayon-castle caddy, a jam-jar pincushion, an airmail tote bag, and a simple "Home Sweet Home" embroidery. AUTHOR: Amy Sinibaldi is the designer behind the popular blog nanaCompany, a popular source for free sewing tutorials. She is a a frequent contributor to sewing books and magazines, including Better Homes and Gardens, Little Thing Magazine, and Love Patchwork & Quilting, as well as at eHow.com. She also creates embroidery designs for her nanaCompany shop on Etsy. She lives in El Segundo, California.
- Paperback | 128 pages
- 210 x 216 x 10.16mm | 498.95g
- 01 May 2015
- Tuva Publishing
- Istanbul, Turkey
- New edition
- New edition
"Cute, chic and so now. Everyone who loves to sew and loves patchwork will adore the projects in this book. I love the bear cushion, the tote bag, crayon caddies and quilts. Aimed at babies but easy to alter a little for someone older. For the home there are accessories such as coasters, mats, mug rugs and my absolute favourite project I've seen this year - fabric boxes. More home makes include a pouch, tote, hanger and cushion. It's sort of Tone Finnanger meets Zakka style. There are 18 projects in all, and they all have great charm. Nicely photographed and easy to follow instructions." --yarnsandfabrics.co.uk
About Amy Sinibaldi
Amy Sinibaldi is the designer behind the popular blog "nanaCompany," a popular source for free sewing tutorials. She is a a frequent contributor to sewing books and magazines, including "Better Homes and Gardens," "Little Thing Magazine," and "Love Patchwork & Quilting," as well as at eHow.com. She also creates embroidery designs for her nanaCompany shop on Etsy. She lives in El Segundo, California.