Review - Amy Butler's Little Stitches

Saturday, January 03, 2009

Amy Butler's Little Stitches 
By Amy Butler
Chronicle Books
ISBN-10: 0811861287
About the Book

In this lavishly illustrated collection designer Amy Butler presents 20 charming contemporary projects for the nursery and beyond. There's a snuggly wrap blanket imaginative plush toys bright diaper bags handy travel bibs and much more. The innovative packaging makes for easy useó7 pattern sheets are neatly tucked into a folder on the inside cover while lay-flat spiral binding makes for easy reference while sewing.

Beautiful photos inspire while illustrations and simple instructions explain the techniques. Amy also shares tips on choosing baby-friendly fabrics and includes a comprehensive techniques section glossary and resource guide. With her eye for detail and her signature fine craftsmanship Amy has created a delightful offering of handcrafted keepsakes sure to be cherished by generations to come.

About the Author

In the same winning format as In Stitches, textile designer and style maven Amy Butler turns her attention to baby with more than 20 projects to make for wee ones. Lovely photographs, technical illustrations, and ready-to-use patterns make fast work of crib accessories, stroller blankets, booties, bags, soft toys, and more.

My Thoughts

This is a really wonderful book for anyone who is interested in stitching for the little ones. I had planned to utilize this book to the full over the holidays. But due to some unforeseeable reasons (read : someone forgot to get most of the stuff on my wish-list!), I haven't yet been able to do so - yet. However, I look forward to trying it out in the near future. Just from my look through this book, I can tell you it put my mind at ease as it's been years since I picked up a needle. The patterns are beautiful, the instructions easy, the photos alluring and the whole thing is packaged beautifully in a convenient book form. I'd highly recommend you try it out yourself.

Buy the Book - here.
Visit the Author's site - here.
Visit the Publisher - here.

If you like this post, then please consider subscribing to my Full Feed RSS.
You can also Subscribe by Email and have new posts sent directly to your inbox.

You Might Also Like

0 People said

Thanks for reading! Don't forget to like, subscribe and comment...