In this book by well-known modern quilters Weeks Ringle and Bill Kerr, along with their 11-year-old daughter Sophie Kerr, your customer will learn how to navigate a sewing machine, make smart fabric choices, and use basic sewing tools. Sixteen kid-friendly projects run the gamut from clothes to bags to accessories while clear, step-by-step instructions from Weeks and husband/design partner Bill Kerr walk kids through the creation of each. Throughout the book, tips from Sophie offer design and construction advice from a kid's perspective. The book "grows" with the sewist, offering more complex project as the reader's skills develop.
*Functions as a visual dictionary of tools, materials, and terms that will be a go-to reference for young sewists
*Wide range of projects appeal to both boys and girls of different skill levels
Softcover, 144 pages; published 2013.
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