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Handheld Patchwork Treasures - TEXT IN JAPANESE

Handheld Patchwork Treasures - TEXT IN JAPANESE
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by Yoko Saito

Japanese master quilt artist Yoko Saito presents an outstanding collection of 26 small and pretty projects. Each item works up fairly quickly and fits in the palms of your hands. Patterns include clever pouches, house-shaped boxes, a dragonfly mini quilt, sewing kit, mobile phone case, and much more. Every project is photographed to perfection, and the details are extraordinary. In the how-to section you'll learn Ms. Saito's pouch-construction techniques, complete with step-by-step photos. Each pattern includes materials lists and illustrated instructions. The variety of designs is truly inspiring, so choose any of the projects and create a handcrafted delight to treasure for years to come. 'Handheld Patchwork Treasures' by Yoko Saito, softcover with 104 pages. TEXT IS IN JAPANESE.

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