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I receive quite a few emails from publishers asking me to review books.?I don’;t review very many, honestly I think it’;s because sometimes I just get a little bit overwhelmed with my blogging “;to do”; list and have a hard time committing to another post. Also some of the books are fantastic, ?but not a good fit for my blog or my readers.

When Tuttle emailed me about reviewing 2 Japanese sewing books (already translated into English) I was intrigued. I’;ve always been such a big fan of Japanese sewing patterns and fabrics.?I’;ve even spent my fair share of time trying to translate (using google translate) a few sewing tutorials online.. never with much success.

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As you might have seen I’;ve been on a bit of an apparel sewing kick latelyfunny pillow cases, both for myself and for my girls. I was excited to see some fun new patterns to try.

I was immediately?drawn to the Dress with Square Neckline from the Sew Chic Kids book. It looks so simple and effortless…; like the perfect summer sundress. I pulled out some of my gingham shirting fabrics?and decided this would be one of my next projects.

I also love the roll-up shorts- they are shown here for a boy, but in my head I’;d love to make them out of a great bright seersucker for my daughter for summer. The cut on them looks spot on and I like that they are a bit longer with the roll cuff detail- I think it makes them look a little bit dressier.

The Sew Chic book (which has patterns for women) has some absolutely beautifully constructed clothing items. Such amazing lines and proportions. Really fresh and clean. I “;think”; I might attempt to make this Jacket with Back Tie- I’;m still “;dipping my toes”; into sewing for myself but this looks totally “;do able”; –; I can see it layered over a t-shirt and boyfriend crops for a fun casual summer outfit.

Both books come with a pattern packet, full instructions and instructional illustrations. The instructions are easy to follow, and the authors even give a few sewing tips and tricks too. Most of the patterns in the children’;s edition go up to a size 8.

Tuttle has sent me a few extra copies to give away. Just use the Rafflecopter widget below to enter. You’;ve got until next Wed. the 28th.

You can find both of the books (along with a few more by the same publishing house) on Amazon:?a Rafflecopter giveaway

It’s always the little projects that throw me for a loop.? A dress pattern with twenty separate pieces and minimal directions does not phase me.? But a simple cover for an iPad throws me for a loop – go figure!? My mom recently requested a protective cover for her iPad mini.? I do not have my own, so I made a tracing of the device on a piece of paper for reference.

Welcome back to Week?3 of the?Radiant Splendor Supersized Quilt-along. During Week 1, we discussed your Fabric Selection, Fabric Requirements, and Cutting Instructions. During Week 2, we assembled our block units. This week we are going to assemble our quilt top and finish our quilt.

Welcome to the DIY Kids Shorts Mini-Series designed by Shauna Wightman of Shwin And Shwin: 1 Basic pattern, 2 alterations, 3 summer shorts.



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