Cath Kidston Pillowcases
Have you always dreamed of creating your wardrobe and accessories for fashion and decoration, but you never dared to get started, because for you, fashion is synonymous with torture . . This book offers more than 40 projects with easy to perform detailed explanations and step by step-size patterns. All these models were made from original fabrics of the very trendy stylist English, Cath Kidston. I am surprised to see my friends - all generations - recover to their hands, whether to sew a button to the hem of their jeans or make their own cushion covers. Suddenly I feel like sewing invades my day!. I was taught how to sew by hand when I was a child. I embroidered placemats and eyeglass cases, which were then proudly offered, and I remember very well how I learned to do the blanket stitch. In college, I took lessons in sewing machine this time, and although it took me a full quarter to complete a bathrobe, my enthusiasm is not thereby diminished. If you're like me, you certainly do not want to cope with a strict instruction manual, but rather you are looking for some clear and practical advice. You will find them in the "Most. " I hope to encourage and inspire you at the same time. There are over forty achievements in this book, ranging from classics like the covers of hangers, which can be done in about an hour, with longer projects such as the charming patchwork round bed. I hope you find your happiness among the towels, cushions, aprons and various kinds of bags, not to mention the special case iPod, and my new idea, the multipurpose bag. Where I took most pleasure in preparing this book, it's been rummaging through my archives of fabrics to choose print and color that best suit each project. I used all kinds of fabrics with flowers, stripes, gingham, linen cotton, as well as my own creations, you will find some of my secrets on the choice of fabrics through the pages: mix and give the reasons, look for the slightest embellishment by combining contrasting colors and bold combinations always try. This is your starting point! You can expand and customize these designs as you want. All patterns are included, so no excuse not to start out now! You will soon have always a sewing project in progress. I have always found the start easy the hardest part is to follow through!. . . .