The projects inside are just wonderful! I was excited to receive a copy of the book.
The book includes full size patterns in an envelope that is attached to the inside back cover.
The patterns and instructions for the 30 projects are in the first 117 pages of the book. Each project includes a full size photo of the completed project as well as illustrations that go along with the steps to make them.
Pages 120-142 include Essential Techniques, Embroidery Techniques & Motifs, and Measurement Conversion Chart & Resources.
I have a start on the Circular Rag Rug:
I made the Plastic Bag Dispenser:
This is the project picture from the book:
On the Circular Rag Rug, I thought I had plenty of fabric cut, sewn and made into tubes, but I was wrong. I will complete the rug one day soon. I love how it's turning out.
There are lots of the 30 projects that I want to make, but here are 2 that I plan on making next.
Divided Bread Basket:
August 2Delightful Country Cookin
Disclosure: I was sent a copy of Stitching for the Kitchen for the purpose of this blog tour, review and giveaway. I was not compensated in any other way and all opinions are my own. Prize is being provided by the sponsor and they are responsible for mailing it.
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