We Love to Craft Christmas Fun Stuff for Kids 17 Handmade Fabric & Paper Projects by Annabel Wrigley
  

We Love to Craft Christmas Fun Stuff for Kids 17 Handmade Fabric & Paper Projects

Written by Annabel Wrigley
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RRP £11.99

Synopsis

We Love to Craft Christmas Fun Stuff for Kids 17 Handmade Fabric & Paper Projects by Annabel Wrigley

Is it beginning to look a lot like Christmas? Then it's time to think about presents! This year, give your family and besties something they can't find at the mall! This book will teach you how to make 17 of the cutest things you've ever seen. All you need is paper or fabric! You'll learn how to make barrettes, pillows, ornaments-you name it. You'll even learn how to make Christmas stockings for everyone in your family! Tips on sewing and picking fabric will make you the best gift-giver ever!

Reviews

Make it personal this Christmas with a bookful of fun projects aimed at tweens and teens who want to learn how to sew. Like the others in the FunStitch series this book starts with the basics on what to buy and using a sewing machine, and shows how much fun you can have making your own decorations and gifts. It explains simply how to use power tools like a sewing machine, domestic iron, and hot glue gun, so the young user respects them but learns not to fear them. As with all the titles in this series, there is an emphasis on the feeling of accomplishment when you make something yourself, but asking for adult help is okay too -- like using a scary tool it is all part of the process of learning. Most of the techniques you need to know are covered at the front, which is a bit of an info dump if you deal with it all at once, but all the topics covered are the type you need to practice first. These are mostly sewing machine skills as well as making a pompom and working with fusible web. Projects have difficulty ratings, but because they are all Christmas related there are no themes or chapters. Each pro ject has a large page-sized photograph of the finished item, plus stages with photographs for foolproof crafting. There is a list of what you need, preparation, plus a handy checklist of all the skills you need. I love this last touch and wish it was included in adult craft books too. Projects include a tree skirt, bunting, stocking, wreath, advent calendar, pillow, wrapping a gift in fabric etc. Not all the projects involve sewing and not all use fabric

About the Author

Annabel Wrigley is an Aussie mom and owner of Little Pincushion Studio, where she teaches young girls everything they need to know to conquer the world of sewing. Her blog chronicles her crafty ventures. She lives in Warrenton, Virginia, with her husband, two kids, and one very loud pug. littlepincushionstudio.com

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
136 pages

Author

Annabel Wrigley
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Publisher

C & T Publishing

Publication date

29th July 2015

ISBN

9781617450679


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