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Wild Things : Funky Little Clothes To Sew

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The Wild Things Funky Little Dresses clothing range brings exciting and mythical clothing to your child's wardrobe; now you can make your own everyday play clothes to bring to life.

WILD THINGS: FUNKY LITTLE CLOTHES TO SEW will inspire makers of all abilities to create something exciting for their children that they will really want to wear. Drawing on simple shape and whimsical imagery, the step-by-step projects include dresses, hats, jackets and dungarees, as well as some simple accessories and keepsake gifts with a little heart and soul.

With themes from enchanted woodland to summer essentials for beginners, and outfits including a baby mouse dress, Red Riding Hood Cape and Mr Wolf jacket, this book adds a spark of adventure to everyday clothes.
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Product details

  • Hardback | 224 pages
  • 208 x 261 x 28mm | 1,140g
  • WEIDENFELD & NICOLSON
  • London, United Kingdom
  • English
  • 0297871250
  • 9780297871255
  • 174,862

About Kirsty Hartley

Kirsty Hartley is a fashion lecturer at Manchester University, prolific seamstress, designer and founder of Wild Things: Funky Little Dresses, a label loved by many celebrities. Her creations have regularly featured on design websites and magazines such as MOLLIE MAKES and HANDMADE LIVING, as well as receiving press coverage from the GUARDIAN and the DAILY TELEGRAPH. Kirsty's designs can be viewed on her websIte at http://www.wildthingsdresses.com/ and the Facebook page can be found at https://www.facebook.com/WildThingsFunkyLittleDresses
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