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Retro Mama Scrap Happy Sewing: 18 Easy Sewing Projects for DIY Gifts and Toys from Fabric Remnants

Kim Kruzich

The fabulous Kim Kruzich aka Retro Mama showcases her unique style and skill with color in this contemporary collection of 18 simple sewing projects all designed to be made from leftover fabrics, Genius!

The 18 adorable handmade projects in Retro Mama Scrap Happy Sewing combine sewing, patchwork, appliqué and embroidery and include bags, cushions and pillows, quilts, baby bibs, soft toys, organizers, bookends, hotpads, mats and more, all using Kim's charming motifs including owls, dolls, cats, birds, clouds, fruits, bears and houses.

With over 10,000 happy customers in her Etsy pattern store, Kim's trademark easy-to-follow visual instructions and full-size templates make these projects super accessible and achievable, meaning even beginners will be sewing gifts and toys in next to no time, with the minimum of outlay on materials.

Gorgeous full-color photography will inspire you to get sewing to use up your stash and brighten up your home Retro Mama style!

Book Details

  • Publisher: David & Charles
  • Publish Date: Apr 10th, 2015
  • Pages: 128
  • Language: English
  • Dimensions: 10.80in - 8.20in - 0.50in - 1.10lb
  • EAN: 9781446305218
  • Categories: SewingPatchworkQuilts & Quilting

About the Author

Kim Kruzich is a sewing pattern designer and blogger under the moniker Retro Mama. She has published 15 patterns, as well as several other free patterns on her blog and as a guest blogger. She has provided finished samples of her patterns for Blend Fabrics at several Quilt Markets, and her shop and/or patterns have appeared in magazines including Make It Yourself, Mollie Makes and Crafts Beautiful. She contributed to the book Zakka Style, published by Stash Books. This is her first solo book. She lives in Indiana, USA. http: //
Praise for this book

The book's design has some lovely touches that make it fun to look at. The pages that divide the chapters are collages of pretty fabric scraps. Fabric scraps are used as decorative elements on the materials lists for each project. The sidebars are outlined in circles that look like wrapped thread. I love these little decorative elements. --While She Naps