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We Love to Sew Bedrooms - Cool Stuff for Your Space - cover

We Love to Sew Bedrooms - Cool Stuff for Your Space

Annabel Wrigley

Publisher: FunStitch Studio

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Summary

Have your kids crafting up a storm to personalize their bedrooms with these 23 easy-to-sew and no-sew projects.Whip the child in your life into a bedroom decorating frenzy with We Love to Sew—Bedrooms by Annabel Wrigley of Little Pincushion Studio. With 23 easy-to-sew and no-sew projects that range from simple to moderately difficult, this inspiring book encourages kids to mix and match a variety of styles, from modern to boho to whimsical. Also included are detailed instructions on creating mood boards to capture their very own unique vision, as well as basic information about sewing, supplies, and sewing machine basics that will lay the foundation for a lifelong love of all things handmade
Available since: 03/01/2014.
Print length: 176 pages.

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