Just in time for the Easter holidays, these simple step-by-step projects are perfect for children who want to explore sewing ideas and create their own projects by themselves
An exciting collection of easy sewing projects for children aged 5–11, including toys, decorations and accessories that kids will really love to make. Your children will have great fun learning important sewing techniques with simple instructions written just for them, and can make loads of exciting things from character softees and puppets, to patchwork balls, blankets, games, masks, and more. Includes all the templates and techniques you need to get sewing with a gorgeous, nostalgic design style just like the craft books you loved when you were a kid!
Projects include: Sylky Character Softy, Bedroom Bunting, Fruit Juggling Balls, Bird of Paradise, Owl Mask, Suffolk Puff Necklace, Dress Up Doll, Pyjama Case, Dream Catcher Mobile, Spooky Softees, Animal Embroidered Hoop, Puppets, Noughts & Crosses Game, Patchwork Blanket, BagPotato Print Cushion and Patchwork Ball.
Ginny Farquhar and Alice Butcher are experienced authors with a proven track record. They previously ran their own company, Folkydokee Handmade, making gorgeous textile products from recycled fabrics. Since writing their second book, Home Sweet Sewn, they have been running sewing and craft classes for children and teenagers, which has given them a huge insight into teaching children sewing.
Sewing For Kids is published in hardback by David & Charles, and costs £9.99. ISBN: 9781446302606. The book and several lovely kits are available to buy now at Stitch Craft Create.
Readers can order Sewing for Kids for the special price of £7.99(rrp £9.99) with free p&p (UK only).
To order please visit www.stitchcraftcreate.co.uk/sew-much-fun-for-kids and quote promo code R11962 upon checkout or call Stitch Craft Create on 0844 8805851
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