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Kid's Guide to Sewing

Kid's Guide to Sewing
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by Sophie Kerr, Weeks Ringle & Bill Kerr

Get in the DIY spirit and join Sophie and her friends as they enroll in Sewing 101. Learn how to choose fabrics, sew with a sewing machine and use basic sewing tools like a pro. Easy instructions make these projects totally fun, and Sophie’s advice makes them even easier. Craft all sorts of things, from stuff like skirts and scarves to blankets and pillows. You'll be able to do it, even if you’ve never cracked open a sewing book before! You can start with the easy projects, but once you get more experience, you'll enjoy having projects that are more advanced. 'A Kid's Guide to Sewing - 16 Fun Projects You'll Love to Make & Use' by Sophie Kerr, Weeks Ringle, and Bill Kerr, published by Fun Stitch Studio, softcover with 144 pages.

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