Looking for ways to use up your fabric stash, or for small fun projects to try out all your new Christmas sewing swag? 100 Pretty Little Projects (Lark Crafts, 2011, ISBN 9781600595769) is a compilation sewing and craft book, and is also your ticket to accomplish just those tasks. Inside the book is 100 quick sewing projects to keep you busy with little things to create for the entire year, as gifts for others or ultimately for yourself.
100 Pretty Little Objects Chapters and Overview
The chapters are separated by their ultimate destination: Enjoy; Give; Use; or Hold. An entire section is dedicated to Templates. Enjoy is filled with simple projects that are fun to put together. Embroidered keepsakes, quilts, pillows and dolls are just some of the projects here. Give has projects that others would love to receive, like pincushions, ornaments, and memory projects. The Use chapter has all kinds of projects that can be (and will be) used everyday - like potholders, trivets, napkin rings and holders, and accessories. The Hold chapter contains projects that hold something, such as totes, clutches, ring holders, and book covers.
Illustrations throughout the book are either in black and white or in color, and there are numerous color pictures for each project showing it in action or different views of it. The templates are all in the back of the book for easy copying.
Think of 100 Pretty Little Projects as both a sewing book and craft workbook as there are numerous techniques to try out. And with 100 different things to do, there will be no shortage of things to work on as you flip through this fun read.
- 100 Pretty Little Projects: Pincushions, Potholders, Purses, Pillows and More; by the Editors at Lark Crafts
- Lark Crafts, an Imprint of Sterling Publishing; 2011
- ISBN13: 9781600595769
- Softcover, 312 pages
100 Pretty Little Projects: Pincushions, Potholders, Purses, Pillows and More (Pretty Little Series) is also available through Amazon.
Disclosure: This book was provided to the author by the publisher. Any opinions are the author's own.