Sunday, March 8, 2015

Super Sunday Reviews -- Makery Sewing




Makery Sewing  Over 30 projects for the home, to wear, and to give.
Written by Kate Smth and published by Mitchell Beazley. 
Available April 7, 2015.  Put your pre-order in now!

Maker Sewing is the latest craft book by Kate Smith.  She is the owner of the thriving Makery sewing cafe workshops in the UK.  She's been busy with her needle and sewing machine to ring you this collection of 30-plus sewing projects.  The projects span fashion, gifts, and home ideas.

There are several projects in Makery Sewing that I look forward to making:
Pajama shorts
Hooped laundry bag
Picnic cutlery wraps
Tool apron
Doorstop
Table place mats
Storage box


Makery Sewing is suitable for beginners and is very user friendly.  It has clear instructions, time guidelines, handy tips and the required tool lists.
Measurements are given in both metric as well as standard.
In fact, each projects includes pictures of the tools and supplies you will need for each project as you can see on this page on making a dog collar:

There is a full chapter dedicated to stitches and tips.  It also includes the necessary patterns in a pull out section at the back of the book:


 Will you be getting your Makery on?



Disclaimer:  I rec'd a copy of Makery Sewing and information for the purpose of this review.  I was not compensated in any other way and any opinions are my own.  This post does include affiliate links.



   
   


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