Take fabulous fleece beyond simple tied blankets. Imagine the possibilities for great gifts made from fun prints and super solids. You'll find many beginner-friendly patterns to choose from!
- Create hats and wraps to wear for warmth, just-for-fun pillows for the home, and cozy stuffed toys for pets
- Learn the ins and outs of sewing with fleece--from choosing the right machine needles and cutting tools to easy, no-finish-needed seaming techniques
- Add texture with twin-needle ribbing, embellishments, and even no-sew options such as square knots and lacing
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Fleece may be the new favorite fabric. It comes in 60" widths and doesn't shrink or fray, so there is no seam finishing to do. This book includes patterns for scarves, hats, wraps and ponchos, pillows, loungers and blankets, then our furry friends are catered for with cushions and toys for them. You'll need very few tools to work with fleece, in fact if you are already into patchwork, you'll pretty much have all you need. There are comprehensive hints and tips on sewing the fleecy garments and toys. The use of novelty rotary-cutter blades can create a variety of different edging or make perforations for even blanket stitching by hand. Each item in this book showcases different edgings or techniques and "Just a Thought" ideas to change the pattern slightly. The contributors, Linda Turner Griepentrog, Missy Shepler and Beth Bradley have produced a book full of lovely, cuddly ideas for using fleece, one that the whole family will love.
Karen M. Burns
An accomplished long-arm quilter, Karen M. Burns is a former member of Martingale's industry-leading acquisitions team. This group of crafting experts specializes in curating the highest-quality patterns by top designers in quilting, sewing, knitting, crochet, and other crafts. Since its founding in 1976, Martingale has become synonymous with outstanding craft books, with more than 24 million books sold worldwide.
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