Rebecca Danger - a best-selling knitting-book author and mom of two - now turns her talents to sewing. Discover a roomful of 20 distinctive designs in this budget-friendly collection that young moms will adore.
- Little sewing experience is needed for many patterns
- Versatile projects for at home or on the go include a baby carrier, sleep sack, diaper-change bag, and toys
- Use mom-tested patterns to create your own color-coordinated nursery
Best-selling knitting book author, Rebecca Danger, turns her talents to sewing in this fun-loving book. Twenty adorable and budget-friendly projects include stacking turtles and other playtime projects, baby clothes, blankets, a mobile, diaper stacker, baby carrier, hooded towel and other accessories designed for the nursery as well as for babies and moms on the go. Full-size patterns are provided and many projects are easy enough for beginners.
Review from Sewing World Magazine, April 2015
This wonderful collection of 20 practical, budget minded, baby-approved projects will have you busy sewing for an expectant friend, work colleague or just for yourself in no time at all! Rebecca Danger's love for sewing captures your interest immediately and has you falling in love with each project page after page. You will find that each project has been rated with a skill level that is indicated by how many nap times it will take to make, ranging from a single nap time which is super easy to make, to three nap times which will require a little more experience. As a new mum, Rebecca also tested out each of her designs on her own son and from this was able to create the perfected patterns that are included in this book. Each project starts with an adorable story on how Rebecca came up with each design and is then followed by clear and precise instructions that are accompanied where necessary with step-by-step images. This book will have you making everything from a "Superhero Blanket" to a "Turtle Stacker" just to put a smile on that special little person's face.
Rebecca Danger of Lake Stevens, Washington, is a craft-pattern designer who believes crafting is a lifestyle, not just a hobby. Since she really, really, really likes to knit, she started knitting rather obsessively and writing patterns of her original toy designs in February 2009. She really likes this since it means she gets to knit all day, tell the government that all of her yarn purchases are business expenses, and still afford to feed her family. She's got a great blog that you should visit: rebeccadanger.typepad.com.Visit Rebecca's website
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