Ms. Saito, an acclaimed quilter, teacher and designer from Japan, wows us once again. In this book, she designed a variety of bags that were inspired from her many travels around the world.
Yoko Saito, a world-famous quilter, designer, teacher and shop owner from Japan delights her audience with this book that focuses on quilts, bags and other projects made primarily of wool and yarn-dyed homespuns. Instructions are included for rug hooking, needle-felting, piecework and appliqué.
Yoko Saito, a celebrated quilt artist in Japan, is well-known for her detailed work and unique use of "taupe color."
Yoko Saito, a celebrated quilt artist in Japan, is well-known for her detailed work and unique use of "taupe color." In this book, Ms. Saito explores traditional Swedish designs and crafts, translating them into 27 new projects employing her own unique design style. The projects include quilts, handbags, soft toys, kitchen items and accessories. (pattern...
78 Original Motifs and 10 Projects. Original patchwork blocks from a master quilter! New Classic Patchwork is the sequel to Yoko Saito's Housewarming Patchwork and completes her collection of 156 patchwork designs.
Yoko Saito, a celebrated quilt artist, teacher, author and shop owner from Japan opens up and shares how she began to design and create what is now coined as 'Japanese Taupes."
78 Original Motifs and 10 Projects
Yoko Saito shows 120 original embroidery designs : animals, flowers, airplanes, trees and so much more. There are various embroidery techniques for making wonderful quilts.
25 fabulous, wearable garments from only 8 simple patterns.
29 Stitched Projects. Quilt authentically with quilt artist Yoko Saito's Japanese Quilting Piece by Piece, which explores traditional folk themes and interprets them with a vintage yet modern feel.
Stitch magazine contributor Ayumi Takahashi has created 19 playful and practical patchwork projects for the home and the people who live in it. The book begins with basic techniques in patchwork, paper piecing, raw-edged applique, and machine and hand embroidery; then it's straight into an appealing assortment of projects for the kitchen, home, family,...
In Japanese, zakka means “household goods,” referring specifically to hand-sewn items for domestic use—tableware, kitchenware, containers of various kinds, even simple clothing. This zakka book for English-speaking crafters includes projects like an appliquéd pot holder, flower-shaped coasters, a house-shaped camera cozy, and a pair of comfy padded...
Sewing with all-natural fabrics can make an incredible difference in the quality of the items you make, with a look and feel that provides the ultimate in comfort. The 25 simple sewing projects in this Japanese craft book offer home accessories made from linen, wool, and cotton, from durable linen aprons to cozy wool blankets and washable cotton lunch bags.
Whether you are at home or out enjoying a walk on a wooded path, you can add a touch of color and comfort to your daily routines with one or 26 projects featured here. The simple and traditional patchwork styles used in this book are paired with retro fabrics and contemporary designs to create everyday items, like patchwork placemats and a hexagon...