Catch The Sewing Bug by JoAnn Gagnon, Kelli Voth

By JoAnn Gagnon, Kelli Voth

Издание на английском языке, предназначенная для детей, которые хотят научиться шить на швейной машине. В книге представлены 25 простых проектов, включая вещи для кукол, декоративные элементы для украшения комнаты, для оформления подарков и аксессуары для девочек. Подробные иллюстрации помогут детям разобраться во всех тонкостях выполняемой работы.Catch the stitching trojan horse is principally designed for more youthful palms operating with grownup ones, and is written in the sort of approach that adults with out stitching abilities can simply paintings their manner via it. The e-book presents easy, do-able, enjoyable tasks. every one venture builds upon abilities realized in an prior one, and by the point the kid finishes the e-book, she not just has a good repertoire of easy stitching abilities, but in addition a wide boxful of beneficial, enjoyable issues that she has made. it really is striking how a lot even the youngest baby, with a worrying grownup, an excellent desktop, and this booklet, can do! So come in conjunction with your baby and watch her adventure the joys of stitching and the gleam in her eye as she proudly exhibits off her creations and publicizes to all, I made it myself! flip her first event with the stitching desktop right into a lifelong love..and watch as she catches the computer virus.

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C. Sew the Pillow: • Line up, right sides together, pin and stitch the outside edges of the 2 large fabric pieces. Leave a 3” opening to allow for stuffing (D). • Clip corners, turn right side out and press. • With a fabric marking pen, draw lines 1” in from the outside edges, making a square. • Stitch on this line, leaving a 2” opening on the same edge as the first opening (E). • Lightly fill the center section with batting. • Now, carefully finish machine stitching the inside opening closed. • By hand, (page 18) stitch the outside opening edges closed (F).

This makes a pocket for a small spiral notebook with phone numbers (C2). • Draw a line 1 1/2” in towards the center from your stitching line. This makes a pocket for your pen or pencil (C3). • The remaining pocket in the middle is to place your portable or cell phone. like a trifold wallet. • Cut ribbon in half and attach one end to the top edge and the other ribbon to the backside of the cover where the two ribbons meet. • Tie together to keep contents enclosed (D). 5” D. You’re Done! • You’ll find this very handy as you move from room to room.

A. Sew the Bonnet: • Zig zag one long edge. Stitch the pregathered lace to this edge, right sides together. • Fold the seam under and topstitch to hold the lace in place. • Press under the short sides, at 1/4” and then again at 1/4”. • Stitch next to the inside fold. • On the other long edge, turn under and press 1/4”, then again 1/2” (A). • Stitch next to the fold to form the ribbon casing. • With washout marking pen, mark a line 2” from the back ribbon casing. • Stitch a very small tuck, 1/8”, on the wrong side of the bonnet, on this line.

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