Best Sewing Craft Books in 2021
Sewing School Â®: 21 Sewing Projects Kids Will Love to Make
One-Yard Wonders: 101 Sewing Projects; Look How Much You Can Make with Just One Yard of Fabric!
- WORKMAN PUBLISHING-Storey Publishing: One Yard Wonders
- One-Yard wonders will delight anyone who has ever fallen for fabric: from the novice to the lifelong seamstress
- This book features a delightful array of simple yet stylish projects that can be made with just a single yard of fabric: from apparel to accessories, plush toys to pet beds, baby items to bags and home decor projects, have a hip contemporary flair and most can be completed in a few hours
- With 101 sewing projects, color photographs and full sized patterns this book will not sit on a shelf collection dust! Authors: Rebecca Yaker & Patricia Hoskins
- Spiral-Bound Hardcover: 304 pages
Sewing to Sell - The Beginner's Guide to Starting a Craft Business: Bonus - 16 Starter Projects â€¢ How to Sell Locally & Online
Weekend Sewing - 20+ Quick & Easy Projects
Half Yard# Gifts: Easy sewing projects using leftover pieces of fabric
Crafty Little Things to Sew: 20 Clever Sewing Projects Using Scraps & Fat Quarters
My Big Book of Sewing: Over 60 fantastic projects to stitch and sew
Sewing Happiness: A Year of Simple Projects for Living Well
Sew-It-Yourself Home Accessories: 21 Practical Projects to Make in a Weekend (IMM Lifestyle Books) Stash-Busting Projects with Beginner-Friendly Step-by-Step Instructions & More Than 200 Color Photos
Martha Stewart's Encyclopedia of Sewing and Fabric Crafts
20 Crafts with Mason Jars: Wedding Ideas, Centerpieces, DÃ©cor, and More
Half Yard# Heaven: Easy sewing projects using leftover pieces of fabric
Three Great Vintage Apron Sewing Books
A look at three books that feature vintage aprons, along with instructions on how to make them.
Top Ten All American Novel Aprons - 1940's Apron Patterns with Complete Cutting and Sewing Instructions
First published by the White Sewing Machine Company in 1840, Top Ten All American Novel Aprons - 1940's Apron Patterns with Complete Cutting and Sewing Instructions is a must for any apronista who loves all things vintage.
The book features well-written and clear instructions, which are accompanied by charming illustrations and diagrams, making the book's patterns easy to follow and use.
Aprons - 21 Vintage Patterns and Styles
Aprons - 21 Vintage Patterns and Styles was originally published by the J P; Coats Company in 1945, and this reprint has an entirely new fan base full of vintage enthusiasts.
The book features twenty-one different patterns that include matching mother and daughter aprons as well as father and son barbecue aprons. You can also find patterns for a sateen coverall apron, a taffeta party apron, peasant apron, a heart apron, a sewing apron, an organdie apron, a plaid ruffled apron, and an apron that features potholder corners.
Aprons - 21 Vintage Patterns and Styles includes reduced size patterns with instructions for increasing them, instructions, and illustrations for each apron.
Aprons and Bibs - Over 30 Vintage Sewn and Crocheted Ideas
Aprons and Bibs - Over 30 Vintage Sewn and Crocheted Ideas is another book that was originally published in 1945 by the American Thread Company, and is back for a whole new generation of apronistas to enjoy.
Included in Aprons and Bibs - Over 30 Vintage Sewn and Crocheted Ideas are instructions for a heart apron, cocktail apron, tea apron, two glamour aprons, an apron to wear over an evening gown, an apron to wear over slacks, a baby bath apron, and a knitting apron. Also included are two men's aprons (one for gardening and one for cooking), as well as several projects for children. The book includes complete project instructions and illustrations for each apron. Unfortunately, the book does assume that the reader is an advanced seamstress, who is capable of drawing out their own patterns, which makes it difficult for someone just learning to sew to make any of the aprons found in the book.