Scraps

Scraps

Stylish Stash Fabric Crafts to Stitch

Book - 2015
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From stash to treasure. Scraps: Stylish Stash Fabric Crafts to Stitch! is bursting with fashionable, fantastic and unique projects to make, share or keep from fabric scraps-30 in all-for jewelry, accessories and home d#65533;cor. Create gorgeous projects from your heaping troves of fabric scraps like:

Old T-shirts Outgrown jeans Cuttings from sewing projects Leftover gift ribbons

Style on the cheap. 30 budget-friendly stash projects with fun options and ideas for variations include:

Jewelry-Stacked Bangles, Braided Necklaces, Rings, Shoe Clips Home D#65533;cor-Lampshades, Wallpaper Paste Bowls, a Pet Bed Fabulous Gifts-Rag Hangers, Princess Crown, Drawstring Bags, and so much more.

For ages 7 to 77+. No formal sewing experience is required; in fact many projects don't even use a sewing machine so you and your children or grandchildren can easily recycle and rekindle your creativity. Success is ensured with:

Step-by-step instructions Materials, tools and basic techniques section 75 attractive photographs 10 illustrated templates
Publisher: Newtown, CT : The Taunton Press, [2015]
ISBN: 9781627107143
1627107142
Branch Call Number: 746 V281
Characteristics: 137 pages : illustrations (chiefly color) ; 26 cm

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sophiaL2001
Aug 31, 2017

I love this book, I actually Successfully made many of the projects included.

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LadyDi52
Aug 17, 2017

Cute projects, a lot of them easy enough for an adolescent or teenage girl to make

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IrishMoon
May 10, 2015

Lots of good inspiration!

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Rowley1638
Feb 25, 2015

This can't possibly be the correct description for this book.

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