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I Love Patchwork: 21 Irresistible Zakka Projects to Sew (Anglais) Broché – 6 novembre 2009

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Sewing doesn't have to be complicated to achieve innovative results. Create sophisticated patchwork projects in the popular Japanese zakka style - the art of seeing the savvy in the ordinary and mundane - by combining linen and print fabrics using simple quilting techniques. "I Love Patchwork!" offers a modern approach to this sewing technique that will appeal to beginning to intermediate sewers and quilters. Readers will learn basic sewing, quilting, and patchwork techniques combined with applique and stamping to create inventive, useful projects. Learn how to buy, work with, and care for linen, plus how to choose colors for maximum effect. Patterns range from a travel sewing kit, sewing machine cover, fabric covered box, table runner, apron, eco bag, towels, calendar, lap quilt, tote bag, mobile, pillow, pencil cases, shoulder bag, and much more. All projects use natural linen paired with colorful patchwork; in addition to simple fabric piecing techniques, projects include many types of easy embellishments such as ribbons, buttons, stamping, applique and hand and machine embroidery. These sophisticated projects are small enough to work up quickly using bits of fabric from the reader's stash, with charming design details that are easy and fun to make. From home decor and gift items to wearable accessories and baby items, all projects require only basic sewing skills to get stylish results.

Biographie de l'auteur

Rashida Coleman-Hale spent many years in Japan as a child. She studied fashion design at FIT and rediscovered her love of patchwork when she was pregnant and became a stay-at-home-mom. She began her blog iheartlinen.typepad.com a year ago to chronicle her crafting life and sells her work on Etsy. Her projects have been published in Interweave's new sewing magazine, Stitch. She lives in New York.

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  • Broché: 150 pages
  • Editeur : Interweave Press Inc (6 novembre 2009)
  • Langue : Anglais
  • ISBN-10: 159668142X
  • ISBN-13: 978-1596681422
  • Dimensions du produit: 22,8 x 21,8 x 1,2 cm
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1 internautes sur 2 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile  Par DADACKIM le 5 octobre 2013
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De jolies idées pour utiliser ses restes et bouts de tissus et les associer avec du lin.
Des formes géométriques, des tissus imprimés d'aujourd'hui ou d'hier pour une utilisation rapide et pour débuter dans un semblant de travail de patchwork.
Finalement c'est très tendance.
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Lovely projects, easy to use, one caveat 5 octobre 2011
Par A. Miller - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
The linen/cotton projects in this book are lovely and fresh. The author has a beautiful sense of style and whimsy and I've already pre-ordered her next book, sight unseen. I've made 3 projects from this book and found the instructions easy enough to follow (I'm a beginner). I gave the book only 4 stars instead of the 5 that I think the projects themselves deserve because 2 of 3 three projects I've done so far had errors in the instructions. I think this was just sloppy editing. For example, the placemats instructions say to cut a 12 1/2" x 10" square -- and it should say 12 1/2" square. I discovered this after only cutting out one placemat, thank goodness - so I didn't waste that much fabric. Also, the fold up eco bag, in instruction #1, says to fold over one long edge -- when I believe it means fold over one short edge. At least that's the way it makes sense to me - I had to rip out a seam. Those errors made me nervous when I started my third project (with a zipper!), but it went smoothly with no problems. I am still a big fan however and will make several more projects from this book -- rare for a sewing book to have so many great looking projects. I wish Amazon or the publisher's website had an errata page for editing errors caught by readers!
26 internautes sur 27 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
Beaten by the Buttons... 6 octobre 2010
Par Astrid - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
One thing I like about this book is that it contains several projects that I haven't seen before. Sure, you've got the mandatory apron, cosmetics bag, kitchen towel, tote bag, coasters, and pillow, but you've also got inspired ideas such as a linen sewing machine cover, a paper-pieced baby's ball, a utensil basket, and the button calendar.

Ah, the button calendar. Let's talk about that. It was the project that made me buy the book; I was so excited and ran right out to buy the supplies. Ouch. Anyone know just how much self-covering buttons and velcro circles cost? But I went with it... you know, sometimes things you love cost a little more. (But seriously, if you're making a re-usable calendar to save money, you'd better plan to pass it down to your kids if you want to break even). The calendar was fun to make, good instructions, nice photos, clear diagram. I finished it up over several evenings, and then stood back proudly. But... oh, wait a second... if a month starts on a Friday or Saturday, there aren't enough spaces for all the buttons!!!! So, all that money on supplies, all that time, and it turns out the silly thing wasn't even designed properly, which was a little frustrating.

So far, the calendar is the only thing I've made, and though it was a little disappointing, I will definitely give the book another shot by trying out the sewing machine cover.
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If you love quick and easy projects, you'll love this book! 11 mars 2010
Par Lauri Smith - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
I really like this book...of course, I love any Zakka book! I have found that Zakka, in and of itself, are always very easy craft patterns. That's why so many people can buy the Japanese Zakka books and have no problem making their item, even though all the directions are in Japanese and they do not know the language. Most, if not all, of the projects are simple enough that you really don't have to have a sewing machine, as they can easily be handsewn.

This is a good book for beginners of any age with all of the easy step by step directions in English and lovely illustrations. It's a nice introduction to sewing. For the advanced or intermediate sewer (I consider myself an 'intermediate' sewer), I think it is always fun to try a new book and possibly see ideas and projects you haven't seen before. Want to give someone a quick, handmade gift? There are projects in here for everyone, and everyone will be amazed that YOU made it JUST for them!

Basically, if you are interested in Zakka crafting but have been afraid to try because most of the books out there are written in Japanese, this is a great book to begin with. Or, if you are just looking for quick and easy sewing projects, it's great for that, too!
14 internautes sur 14 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
EEEK- I love it! 22 décembre 2009
Par crafty brit chic - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
Yippee! Finally a sewing book that has something refreshing and new, but 100% achievable and fun to read at the same time. As soon as I put the book down, I wanted to run to my sewing machine and make the Little Lamb Softie and the Sewing Machine cover, and the Lap Quilt. Rashida includes great information about linen and her resources sections is excellent. There were a couple of projects that were not for me or I had seen elsewhere, but for the most part, some solid projects, a great voice and a design aesthetic that is flawless. Much better choice than the Zakka Sewing: 25 Japanese Projects for the Household (Stc Craft) which I thought was hopeless.
Well done!
14 internautes sur 15 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
Irresistible is right! 24 décembre 2009
Par Sue B - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
Loosely translated Zakka means "miscellaneous goods" but as the author talks about in her introduction it has really grown into it's own aesthetic design style that's focussed on everything from household items to personal accessories. And that's exactly what you'll find plenty of in this book: 21 very fun and engaging projects to sew that are suitable for just about any skill level. Directions for each project are clearly written and easy to follow and you'll also find some helpful diagrams and illustrations to accompany a lot of them. You'll find a wide variety of projects in this book ranging from personal accessories like the cosmetic bag, pencil case, patchwork bordered apron and fold up eco-bag; household items like placemats, kitchen towels, table runner, utensil basket and coasters and things for your sewing room that include a pincushion, sewing machine cover and a travel sewing kit. The author uses linen combined with cotton patchwork for all of her examples but any of these projects would be equally as charming done in cotton or even denim. Whether you're a beginner or experienced sewer you'll enjoy the projects in this book.
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