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Lotta Jansdotter's Simple Sewing for Baby: 24 Easy Projects for Newborns to Toddlers

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ISBN10: 0811865487
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Beloved designer Lotta Jansdotter shows how easy it is to make cheerful gifts for little cherubs. A new mother herself, she's created 24 projects that match her simple style with practicality, resulting in sweet, yet durable, essentials for any rumble-tumble baby. She includes baby hats, bibs, a diaper bag built for the back of a stroller, a ribbon-tag blankie perfect for teething, and many more pint-sized projects. Beautiful photographs inspire while clear step-by-step instructions and how-to illustrations ensure foolproof crafting. With ready-to-use pattern sheets included in the handy front pocket and stencil templates at back, Simple Sewing for Baby makes it a cinch to stitch up modern accessories for both baby and mom.

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Designer Jansdotter shows how easy it is to make cheerful gifts for little cherubs. A new mother herself, the author has created 24 projects that match her simple style with practicality, resulting in sweet, yet durable, essentials. 35 color photographs.

About the Author

Lotta Jansdotter is a self-taught designer. She works from her studio in Brooklyn, New York.

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fishstarbird, May 24, 2010 (view all comments by fishstarbird)
I love this book because it ranges from very simple to more complex (although, not difficult) sewing projects. The patterns are easy to use and non-complicated. The ideas in the book range from a simple felted take-a-long book, to potato stamped t-shirts, and easy baby pants (my favorite; so practical!) - to more challenging projects like the little baby snuggler and the nursing pillow. In my opinion anyone that is even a beginning sewist could sew the projects in this book; and with such a wide range of ideas, beautiful fabics and pictures to inspire even the toughest of procrastinators will be inspired to get going and there is sure to be several projects in here that one will want (and be able!) to sew. For anyone on a budget I highly recommend this book because I think you will certainly get your dollars worth out of this one. Not to mention, some of the projects are so simple it motivates your own mind to take them a step further. Lotta speaks to savvy mothers in this book in her practicality, time the projects take and the fun, envy inspiring baby products you will produce.
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fishstarbird, May 24, 2010 (view all comments by fishstarbird)
I love this book because it ranges from very simple to more complex (although, not difficult) sewing projects. The patterns are easy to use and non-complex. The ideas in the book range from a simple felted take-a-long book to potato stamped t-shirts and easy baby pants (my favorite; so practical!) - to more challenging projects like little the baby snuggler and the nursing pillow. In my opinion anyone that even ver beginning sewist could sew the projects in this book; and with such a wide range of ideas, beautiful fabics and pictures to inspire even the toughest of procrastinators will be inspired to get going and there is sure to be several projects in here that one will want (and be able!) to sew. For anyone on a budget I highly recommend this book because I think you will certainly get your dollars worth out of this one. Not to mention, some of the projects are so simple it motivates your own mind to take them a step further. Lotta speaks to savvy mothers in this book in her practically, time the projects take and the fun, envy inspiring baby products you will produce.
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Product Details

ISBN:
9780811865487
Subtitle:
20 Easy Projects for Newborns to Toddlers
Author:
Jansdotter, Lotta
Photographer:
Arquillos, Meiko Takechi
Publisher:
Chronicle Books
Subject:
Sewing
Subject:
Infants' supplies
Subject:
General
Subject:
Life Stages - Infants & Toddlers/General
Subject:
Infants' clothing.
Subject:
Crafts - Sewing
Copyright:
Series:
Lotta Jansdotter
Publication Date:
20090513
Binding:
Hardback
Grade Level:
from 13 up to 17
Language:
English
Illustrations:
Y
Pages:
144
Dimensions:
9.10x8.30x1.30 in. 1.90 lbs.
Age Level:
from 18 up to 99

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"Synopsis" by , Designer Jansdotter shows how easy it is to make cheerful gifts for little cherubs. A new mother herself, the author has created 24 projects that match her simple style with practicality, resulting in sweet, yet durable, essentials. 35 color photographs.
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