A pleated camisole and shorts set, a holiday kaftan, a vintage lace nightdress, and a kimono with taffeta trim: these 30 sewing projects for nightwear and accessories include items for both adults and children. Includes a comprehensive techniques section and full-size patterns and templates for all the projects.
Melissa Wastney gives you 25 projects to sew, stitch, knit, and upcycle for children (newborns to age 10). Stitch a pair of cute baby shoes, knit a cardigan, or upcycle adult sweaters into a new gift for a young one in your life. Includes reusable, full-size graded patterns on tissue paper.
Follow five "tracks" of sewing, each with five tiers of difficulty, for a total of 25 fun projects that will help you learn new sewing techniques and gain confidence and experience in your sewing! Includes CD of patterns and templates.
Take some ruffles, buttons, and lace; add some unfinished hems and plenty of room to run and play, and you have garments full of charm and ready for play. The twenty patterns in this book—from simple dresses with ruffled sleeves to blouses with crocheted lace and pants with sewn-on legwarmers—are of simple construction, yet full of personality and details.
In designer Jennifer Paganelli's debut book, she presents 21 adorable sewing projects to make for little kids: frilly dresses, ruffled pillows, bed canopies, stuffed animals, and more. With step-by-step instructions, a comprehensive techniques section, and simple sizing charts ranging from extra-small to extra-large (toddlers to tweens), this book is easy...
Amy Butler presents 20 charming, contemporary projects for the nursery and beyond: a snuggly wrap blanket, imaginative plush toys, bright diaper bags, handy travel bibs, and more. Amy also shares tips on choosing baby-friendly fabrics and includes a comprehensive techniques section, glossary, and resource guide.
Heather Ross presents creative projects for clothing, accessories, and home items that can be made in a weekend or less. Some, like the Quick Garden Gloves and Ruby’s Bloomers, take a few hours; others, like the Weekend-Away Travel Bag and Trapeze Sundress, require a day or two. The project patterns are included on pullout sheets.
Kids will have so much fun learning how to sew everything from a strawberry pot holder to a drawstring bag, from a sock doll to a cat purse they can pin to their pockets. See and Sew is an introduction to sewing that doesn’t require a sewing machine or advanced skills. You'll find simple instructions for basic stitches and techniques as well as easy,...