Six Baby Gifts to make with Fabric Scraps eBook

Six Baby gifts to make wiith fabric scraps

I’m so excited to launch my new eBook – Six Baby Gifts to make with Fabric Scraps.
It’s a colourful collection of practical gifts for new arrivals, and teaches some handy skills along the way.
If you are like me and love to craft, you may find yourself accumulating a collection of fabric scraps. It can be tempting to just throw them away, especially when most sewing projects require larger fabric pieces, but please don’t. Sewing with scraps can be a wonderful experience that requires a little creativity and patience, but the results are truly satisfying.
Even though I have a big fabric stash, it pains me to waste any of it, and I keep all my scraps. Waste not, want not, I say!

Giving something handmade is not only very special, it can save you money too. Making just one project out of this book to give as a gift, will cover the cost of it’s purchase.

I’ve created 6 original projects designed for sewers of all levels.
All of the projects are suitable for beginner sewers, with more challenging techniques clearly explained and illustrated.
Scrappy Ball
Scrappy Bunny Rattle
Scrappy Chandelier Mobile
Fabric Covered Hangers
Scrappy Bib
Jigsaw Quilt
Printable templates included as well as tips on collecting, sorting and storing scraps.
Here is a sneak peek of some of the pages…

Six Baby gifts to make wiith fabric scraps

28 pages of clearly photographed, step by step instructions means every project is easy to follow even for the newest of sewers.
Learn techniques like sewing bias binding around curves, machine quilting, quilt binding and free style patchwork.

I have used a combination of vintage fabric scraps and vintage bed sheet scraps which would be most suitable for baby girl gifts, but all these projects can be adapted for boys by choosing different fabrics. 

I’ve laid the book out beautifully with lots of clear lovely photos to help you on your crafty way. It’s in a PDF form that you can view on your iPad, computer or print out.

I hope you enjoy it.

Get your copy here


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