Simple Sewing for Baby

Simple Sewing for Baby

24 Easy Projects for Newborns to Toddlers

Book - 2009
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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 andhow-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.
Publisher: San Francisco : Chronicle Books, 2009
ISBN: 9780811865487
Characteristics: 144 p. : col. ill. ; 24 cm. + set of pattern sheets
Call Number: 646.406 JAN


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May 31, 2014

It's a good book, but useless because the patterns are missing.

bookmaster5000 Jun 10, 2012

Just found the most adorable skull/psychedelic/you-name-it fabric at the fabric store and want to make clothes for your baby or toddler? This is the book for you, easy patterns to make practical basic clothing. There are not a lot of books out there with clothing meant for boys. This book has lots of unisex clothing and accessories options, with just a few dresses thrown in. Cute hats, pants, bloomers and a scarf that doubles as a drool wiper! Staff picks October 2010.

Sep 14, 2011

Cute patterns!

Aug 29, 2010

you can find an extract from the book here with the snuggler pattern in pdf


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