Synopses & Reviews
Bright, full-color photographs and funky designs will inspire young crafters to cultivate new talents and create fabulous quilted projects. Only a few stitches and techniques are required to successfully combine layers of fabric into one stunning piece. Step-by-step photography and easy-to-follow instructions help crafters of all ages and skill levels to create sashiko bags, wall hangings, notebook covers, and even a handy phone pouch.
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Step by step photographs and easy to follow instructions make it easy for readers from ten to teens to start quilting. There are only a few stitches and techniques to learn and no advanced sewing skills are required. The bright, full colour photographs and funky design will inspire youngsters to make fabulous projects to show off to all their friends.
Explains quilting techniques and stitches, reviews materials and tools, and provides step-by-step instructions for five projects.
About the Author
Miriam Edwards discovered patchwork when she went to the National Patchwork Championships with friends in 1992. In 2001, she became a Young Quilter's Representative, and she now holds regular children's workshops. Her patterns have been published in "British Patchwork & Quilting" and "Fabrications."