Weekend Sewing: More Than 40 Projects and Ideas for Inspired Stitching
Heather Ross, John Gruen
“Weekend Sewing”, inspired by the STC bestseller “Weekend Knitting”, features unique sewing projects that can be completed in a weekend or less, plus fun ideas for incorporating sewing into a relaxed, creative lifestyle. Projects for both beginning and intermediate sewers include dresses for girls and women, pyjamas sized for the family, pillowcases, throw pillows and travel bags. The book also includes recipes, such as soup to simmer on the stove while you’re sewing, ideas for sewing with friends and children, plus useful information about setting up an inspiring sewing space, buying a new or used sewing machine and the basic sewing skills needed to complete the projects in the book. All of the instructions are clearly and beautifully illustrated by the author and the requisite patterns are included on two pullout pages at the back of the book.
Heather Ross designs fabric, fashion projects, sewing patterns and stationery goods. Her two lines of fabric, Heather Ross for Free Spirit and Heather Ross for Kokka, are both sold in quilting and fabric stores in the United States and abroad. She designs fabrics and sleepwear for the clothing company Munki Munki, a brand she created. She teaches sewing at Purl Patchwork in New York City, where she resides. Visit her website at www.heatherrossdesigns.com. John Gruen’s photographs have appeared in many magazines, including Martha Stewart Living, Country Living, Food & Wine and in the STC books Kids’ Embroidery and Kids Crochet. He lives in Lakeville, CT.
|Publication Date||27 March 2009|
|Illustrations||75 colour photographs; 100 colour illustrations|
|Rights||Europe, Africa, Middle East|