By Minki Kim & Kristin Essser — Fill your home with small works of art that embody the simple life. Start with 16 useful handmade gifts in the popular Zakka design style, then add adorable motifs pulled from everyday life. 35 charming designs are printed on iron-on transfer paper, have fun sketching them with bits of fabric and free-motion stitching. Customize a variety of bags, a fabric basket, a makeup roll, coasters, and more. You can even use images pulled from a photograph, a rubber stamp, or a child's drawing!
+ 16 charming projects for your home using free-motion quilting and raw-edge applique
+ Choose from 35 adorable sketches, printed on iron-on transfer paper, for handmade gifts you'll love to sew and share.
+ Branch out and try sewing your own doodles (or your kid's!), a stamped image, or a traced photo.
Softcover, with iron-on transfer pattern pullout; 120 pages; published 2016.
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