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The Amazing Stitching Handbook for Kids
  • Publisher: Funstitch Studio
  • Edition: BC Paperback
  • Publication: 28 July 2015
  • ISBN 13/EAN: 9781607059738
  • Stock: 7 in stock
  • Size: 190x228 mm
  • Illustrations: 0
  • Pages: 128
  • RRP: £11.99
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The Amazing Stitching Handbook for Kids


17 Embroidery Stitches 15 Fun & Easy Projects by Kristin Nicholas (Author)

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Book Description

'After seeing mediocre needlework books and knits and whatnot aimed at children come and go over the years, I'm really happy to see this particular book. It's a terrific information, reference, instructional, and project book. I like it a lot! I like it so much I've purchased copies of it to use for summer birthdays and bundled it basic supplies.' Mary Corbet, Needlenthread.com


Transform your plain stuff into awesome stuff with just a bit of fabric and thread! Glam up boring bookmarks, tote bags, and even your jeans! Bored during a road trip or on a rainy day? Grab your favorite colour thread and get stitching!
Learn and choose from different stitches to make each project exactly what you want. Make presents that your friends and family will love. Put your own stamp on pillows and picture frames. Stitch up some cuteness!

There are 23 great gifts to give to your friends and family for their birthdays and holidays and the 15 easy projects and 17 stitches show you how to personalise all your stuff. Unplug from tech devices and make something handmade!


Love to Make

This is an exciting, how-to book to get kids interested in embroidery, from embellishing clothing to making pictures and getting creative. Kristin shows how to transform boring stuff into awesome stuff with just a needle and thread. The great thing about embroidery, she says, is that you can work on it almost anywhere, so its perfect for road trips and rainy days. There are clear instructions so kids can produce a variety of simple stitches and customer each project making them look exactly they want them too.

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