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A Kid's Guide To Sewing
  • Publisher: Funstitch Studio
  • Edition: BC Paperback
  • Publication: 01 August 2013
  • ISBN 13/EAN: 9781607057512
  • Stock: 9 in stock
  • Size: 190x228 mm
  • Illustrations: 0
  • Pages: 144
  • RRP: £14.99

A Kid's Guide To Sewing


Learn to Sew with Sophie & Her Friends 16 Fun Projects You'll Love to Make & Use by Weeks Ringle (Author)

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Book Description

Weeks Ringle and her husband Bill Kerr are professional quilt makers and founders of Modern Quilt Studio (formerly FunQuilts). Bill and Weeks bring a modern twist to the great American quilting tradition with decades of quiltmaking experience and graduate design degrees. They live in Illinois with their daughter, Sophie. 11-year-old Sophie has been playing in her parents' studio and is happy to share lessons with her friends as she learns to sew

About the Author

About Weeks Ringle

Weeks Ringle teaches a class on designing modern quilts at Craftsy.com and has written articles about modern quilting for American Patchwork & Quilting, American Quilter, Quilts Japan, and American Quilt Retailer. Weeks and Bill Kerr are co-founders of Modern Quilt Studio and have been making modern quilts since 1999. They are the authors of The Modern Quilt Workshop, the first book ever published on modern quilting, as well as Quiltmaker's Color Workshop, Quilts Made Modern, and Transparency Quilts. In 2011 they launched Modern Quilts Illustrated, the first magazine dedicated exclusively to modern quilting, which is sold worldwide. Weeks, Bill, their daughter Sophie, and their cat, Mies, live in Oak Park, Illinois.


Sewing with Nancy

July 13

"A Kid's Guide to Sewing" made me smile. The projects are kid friendly, the photography is engaging, and the information age appropriate. I only wish I had this type of reference book when I started to sew.

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