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Makery: Sewing: Over 30 projects for the home, to wear and to give

Makery: Sewing: Over 30 projects for the home, to wear and to give (Paperback)

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Makery: Sewing is the latest craft book from Kate Smith, owner of the thriving Makery sewing cafe workshops. Now she's been busy with her needle and sewing machine to bring you a collection of 30 sewing projects spanning highly original fashion, gift and home ideas.Create and wear tailor-made fashion items such as the beautiful Smocked Purse and Skinny Bow Belt. Alternatively, give loved ones a gift with a truly personal touch, such as the Man's Wash Bag or easy Lipstick-Holder Keyring. Or add originality to your home with creative accessories destined to become household favourites like a Padded Oven Mitt, gorgeous Table Place Mat or a colourful Doorstop.Makery: Sewing is suitable for beginners and is very user-friendly with clear instructions, time guidelines and handy tips as well as required tools lists to guide you through the techniques with ease. The book includes stunning full-page photography and pull-out patterns and templates, plus there's a chapter dedicated to stitches to ensure that you sew your way to success.

Sport & HobbiesHandicrafts, decorative arts & craftsNeedlework, sewing & fabric crafts Publisher: Octopus Publishing Group Publication Date: 02/03/2015 ISBN-13: 9781845338886  Details: Type: Paperback Format: Books
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Kate Smith is the founder of The Makery in Bath, which runs highly successful craft workshops and classes and has a second venue selling fabric, trimmings and other materials.

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