Twenty fantastic designs for mini bunting to decorate the home or party venue–for every day or special occasions—are provided in this project book.
Author: Alastair MacDonald
Publisher: Search PressLtd
Fashion designer Alistair MacDonald has created twenty strings of mini bunting perfect for special occasions or just to add a touch of style to your home. Simple sewing techniqus and scraps of fabric are all you will need for these minature projects.
Stitching styles: Search Press Art and Craft Books Twentyto Make these fun, modern brooch designs by talented textile. Stitching tips Mini Christmas Knits ...
Author: Myra Hutton
Publisher: Search Press Limited
20 felt sewing projects that are quick, easy, stylish, modern and appealing.This book provides a range of fun and attractive felt brooch designs that will appeal to seasoned sewing machine users as well as beginners. The designs include popular motifs such as an owl, a chicken, dogs, cats, cupcakes, fairies and flowers, as well as more quirky subjects such as a beach hut and a seed head. Some designs include organza, beads and other materials as embellishment. A techniques section is included which explains step-by-step all the stitches used, and a template is provided for each design.The author has made the 20 designs in bought felt which are featured in the styled shots. She has then re-made each project using her own handmade felt to showcase the different effects that can be acheived with texture and depth of colour. Each of these alternatives has been photographed in detail.
Mini Sugar Shoes Frances McNaughton ... go to http://www.searchpress.com/requestcat.asp Twenty to Make Sugarcraft expert, Frances McNaughton, has designed ...
Author: Frances McNaughton
Publisher: Search Press Limited
Want a special decoration for a party or wedding cake...girly cupcakes or designer cookies? Shoes are hot fashion and a sugar sensation. From gorgeous flirty bling beauties to fun, fluffy slippers and comfortable fashion boots, best-selling sugarcraft author, Frances McNaughton shows how to create tasty footwear - some with matching bags and an assortment of sweet embellishments. Shoe and bag cutters/moulds are available on the internet from sugarcraft outlets and Amazon sell them too. The following are some of the projects, and bags will follow the shoe theme: simple flip flops, sandals, stilettos, Cinderella shoes, ballet shoes, sweet sporties, sweet strappies, boots, baby shoes, fantasy shoes, patterned and printed shoes. The constituent parts of the shoes and bags are shown with the step by step instructions, and annotated for clarity, then the finished items are pictured in all their splendour. People will love to make these cake toppers for friends or relatives who can't get enough shoes.
978-1-84448-481-2 Mini Gift Boxes 978-1-84448-462-1 Sugar Animals ... Search Press Art and Craft Books Twenty to Make Crochet 20 little bears and dress them.
Author: Val Pierce
Publisher: Search Press Limited
Crochet 20 little bears and dress them up in a wonderful range of colourful outfits that will delight both adults and children alike. All the bears in the book are based on the same, simple crocheted bear, approximately 12cm (4 in) tall, instructions for which are provided at the beginning of the book. The bears have a firm texture and are made in a stable, seated position. There are 20 unique bears to choose from, each with its own crocheted outfit, and of course all of the characters can be adapted by simply changing the colours used or by 'mixing and matching' the various items iof clothing and accessories. Build up a collection of your own handmade bears, or create gorgeous, personalised gifts for your friends and family to suit any occasion.
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Author: Debbie Shore
Transform your fabric scraps into beautiful gifts for friends and family with this easy-to-follow guide from an award-winning sewing guru. In Half Yard Gifts, you’ll find 22 projects to sew and give away, each made using less than half a yard of fabric. The book contains gifts for all your family and friends: the projects range from pincushions, bags, and paperweights to aprons for budding chefs, kneeling pads for gardeners, and tool belts for DIY-enthusiasts. The projects are made in a range of prints and styles and use a range of techniques: either follow each project closely, or adapt the size and fabric to suit the recipient. Debbie gives advice on how to customise the projects, so that you can create the perfect gift for your loved one. This book is perfect for those who are new to sewing and need some guidance with the basic techniques and key information, as Debbie’s friendly advice and clear step-by-step photography make it a doddle. But it’s also packed with fresh ideas and designs that will inspire you even if you’re an experienced sewer and are looking for a way to use up your stash and create meaningful gifts that your loved ones will treasure.
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Popular Mechanics inspires, instructs and influences readers to help them master the modern world. Whether it’s practical DIY home-improvement tips, gadgets and digital technology, information on the newest cars or the latest breakthroughs in science -- PM is the ultimate guide to our high-tech lifestyle.
Now you no longer have to assign these to the waste bin, but instead you can turn them into beautiful gifts and accessories using the simple instructions in this book.
Author: Carolyn Forster
Publisher: Search Press Ltd
Jelly Roll is the fun name given to a roll of pre-cut strips of fabric designed by Moda, the American fabric manufacturer. It is a great way to buy coordinated fabrics that are already cut into useful 2½in (6.5cm) wide strips. Quilters all over the world use them to make patchwork quilts, and often there are a few strips left over. Now you no longer have to assign these to the waste bin, but instead you can turn them into beautiful gifts and accessories using the simple instructions in this book. There are 20 gorgeous projects to choose from, including a fabulous patchwork cushion in the shape of a dog, a pretty little drawstring bag, mini bunting, hanging fish and a quirky set of Russian dolls, all using simple techniques that even those new to sewing will be able to accomplish. Of course, there is nothing to stop you cutting your own fabric to the required sizes, and you can even buy Mini Charm™ packs that instantly give you a good selection of ready-cut 2½in (6.5cm) squares.
And if a friendship could make it through camo-print tassely-trousers and ... and Marley of course, for a miniature-cakebased celebration in her garden.
Author: Helen Wallen
Publisher: Hachette UK
THE RULES 1) Try to sleep when the baby sleeps. (SO NEVER. EVER. UNTIL YOU ARE AN EMPTY WINE-SOAKED HUSK AND FALL DOWN DEAD IN THE BABY AISLE AT TESCO) 2) Try to eat when the baby sleeps. (SEE POINT ABOVE) 3) Try to get basic household chores done when the baby sleeps. (ABOVE!!) 4) Batch cook food and freeze in individual portions for easy re-heating. (OR DELIVEROO . . . WITH WINE. AND CRYING) 5) Try hiring a cleaner to take the pressure off. (OR JUST USE BABY WIPES) 6) Take time to shower or bathe in the evenings when you can leave the baby with your partner. (OR JUST USE BABY WIPES) 7) Make tea or coffee in the Thermos so it stays hot. (WHAT IS THIS 'HOT' OF WHICH YOU SPEAK?!) 8) Don't be afraid to ask for help, or ask people to leave. (COMMUNICATION VIA WHATSAPP ONLY) 9) Remember to look after and take time for yourself. (AHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA) After a tough pregnancy, Emily is determined to tackle motherhood like a pro. But she quickly learns that Insta-Perfect-Parenting (and sleep) is hard to come by, no matter how much money you spend in Mothercare. Irritatingly, her friend Molly seems to be breezing it. But with a business venture as well as a baby, is she taking on too much? Liz looks as though she might have it all worked out. But when a tragedy derails her new relationship, she has some serious decisions to make. Celebrating female friendship, the highs and lows of motherhood, and the lifesaving power of a jumperoo, THE MUMMY LESSONS follows a year of highs and lows for Emily, Molly and Liz as they learn the hardest lesson of all: life doesn't always follow the rules . . . *********** What readers are saying about Helen Wallen's BABY BOOM! 'Funny, sweet, real and relatable. Couldn't put it down.' 'Hilarious, witty and so easy to get lost in! This book shows the real life before and after your baby has been born!' 'Loved it! Great read for mums and dads who want to keep it real!' 'If you've had kids, you'll laugh out loud!' 'Fantastic!!! I couldn't put this book down'
Sophie's bestbest friend, Fiona, didn't look up from the miniature hut they were ... screaming like there's a shark attack twenty fourseven,” Maggie said.
Author: Nancy N. Rue
Is this the end of childhood? When a serious illness strikes one of the Flakes, the others can't daydream their way out of the shocking news. Instead they rally 'round and find that friends—and faith—show the way to a new adventure called growing up.
Also available from the series: Conscious Crafts: Quilting/Knitting/Whittling.
Author: Lucy Davidson
Publisher: Leaping Hare Press
In Conscious Crafts: Pottery, maker Lucy Davidson reveals the meditative nature of working with clay and its wellbeing benefits for slowing down, creativity and mindfulness. Making is mindfulness made practical, and pottery is a popular meditative craft. Drawing on the traditions of hand making, Lucy has created 20 modern makes with air dry and polymer clay – all without the need for a wheel or kiln: imperfect pots; coasters; necklace beads; abstract earrings; terrazzo-style bracelets; bird brooches; pinch pot tea holders; light pull; incense holder; botanical & feather wall hangings; festive decorations; potted herb markers; clay 'leaf' bowls; plant hanger pots; indoor planters; miniature bunting; serving dishes; and seaside vases. She shares the basic techniques to pottery and shows how these can be explored and personalized for different projects, as well as making your own clay and memories. Clean photography, contemporary illustration and heart-affirming text are beautifully mixed together to celebrate art of making for a handmade future. Packed with inspiring ideas and practical guidance, Conscious Crafts: Pottery gives you the raw skills to get started with this fulfilling craft, and shows how the pottery experience and the satisfaction of creating your own unique makes can create happiness. The Conscious Crafts series places mindfulness and well-being at the heart of making. Picking out proven meditative crafts and bespoke authors, these practical, contemporary guides are an inviting introduction to reconnecting head, heart, and hands. Also available from the series: Conscious Crafts: Quilting/Knitting/Whittling.
Over 25,000 people in costumes of twenty-five different states and in colours of the national ... urging people to build social movements to fight 'poverty, ...
Author: Gyanesh Kudaisya
This book draws upon new theoretical insights and fresh bodies of data to historically reappraise partition in the light of its long aftermath. It uses a comparative approach by viewing South Asia in its totality, rather than looking at it in narrow 'national' terms. As the first book to focus on the aftermath of partition, it fills a distinctive niche in the study of contemporary South Asia.