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by Emma Hardy

ePub Sewing for Children: 35 step-by-step projects to help kids aged 3 and up learn to sew download
Author:
Emma Hardy
ISBN13:
978-1907030239
ISBN:
1907030239
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Publisher:
CICO Books (March 11, 2010)
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Subcategory:
Crafts & Hobbies
ePub file:
1444 kb
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1586 kb
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Rating:
4.5
Votes:
606

The book is more full of projects for girls age 7 and up to do with mum, but not really "teaching skills".

The book is more full of projects for girls age 7 and up to do with mum, but not really "teaching skills". There are not many projects suitable for the 3-7 range, and NOTHING very very simple for a young absolute beginner. I do like this book, i do like the projects, but i wish that i had bought the winky cherry books.

Sewing for Children book. This book actually does have projects that I think kids would want to sew and could

Sewing for Children book. This book actually does have projects that I think kids would want to sew and could. The instructions are for hand sewing but a lot of it is easier done on the sewing machine, if your kid can handle that. Love her very easy method for making drawstring bags. My daughter has been making these, using the machine, and is very proud!

Sewing for Children book. This book is designed for children to learn how to sew by hand, just like so many of us did when we were eight or nine years old. Once these skills and techniques become like second nature, a child can begin to learn how to sew using a sewing machine (with adult supervision) when they are a little older. I have read many of her titles, and she doesn't disappoint with this one!

Dear Emma Hardy, PLEASE figure out a better option for the patterns.

Dear Emma Hardy, PLEASE figure out a better option for the patterns. I would have returned the book instantly if I could have anticipated the amount of time it would take to copy and enlarge the patterns let alone the wear on the book by going thru the copy machine so many times. The book measures larger than . " "standard" sheet of paper so I had to copy each page twice to even get all the information.

Suitable for ages 3 and above, Sewing for Children is full of projects that are specially designed to help children learn to sew. Split into five sections, there are projects for every child and every occasion! Jump into the first chapter, "Animals & Other Creatures", and learn how to make all sorts. Split into five sections, there are projects for every child and every occasion! Jump into the first chapter, "Animals & Other Creatures", and learn how to make all sorts of wild creatures, such as a Wise Old Owl and Sock Monsters! Then, move on to the second section, "Pretty Playthings", and perfect the art of making Mice & Toadstools, Felt Cupcakes, and all sorts of fashionable items for a Rag Doll

Teach your child to sew with this amazing step-by-step guide, filled with 35 fun and easy projects! Suitable for ages 3 and above, Sewing for Children is full of projects that are specially designed to help children learn to sew.

Teach your child to sew with this amazing step-by-step guide, filled with 35 fun and easy projects! Suitable for ages 3 and above, Sewing for Children is full of projects that are specially designed to help children learn to sew. Read full description. See details and exclusions. See all 10 brand new listings. Sewing for Children: 35 Step-by-Step Projects to Help Kids Aged 3 and Up Learn to Sew by Emma Hardy (Paperback, 2017). Brand new: lowest price. Split into five sections, there are projects for every child and every. Split into five sections, there are projects for every child and every occasion! Jump into the first chapter, 'Animals & Other Creatures', and learn how to make all sorts of wild creatures, such as a Wise Old Owl and Sock Monsters! Then, move on to the second section, 'Pretty Playthings', and perfect the art of making Mice & Toadstools, Fe. .

Crafting expert and mother of two Emma Hardy guides you through each project with clear step-by-step instructions, helping little ones to learn and have fun at the same time. First-timers will find a whole variety of projects to get stuck into, whether it's an animal mask that's suitable for tiny tailors or a drawstring bag for older kids. And once the basics have been mastered, a whole new world of creativity will be unlocked

Crafting expert and mother of two Emma Hardy guides you through all the fundamentals of sewing with clear step-by-step .

Crafting expert and mother of two Emma Hardy guides you through all the fundamentals of sewing with clear step-by-step instructions that will help little ones to learn while at the same time having fun. And once the basics have been mastered, a whole world of crafting possibilities will be unlocked

Sewing is fun, simple, and inexpensive, so why not share this great activity with your kids?Crafting expert and mother of two Emma Hardy guides you through each project with clear step-by-step instructions, helping little ones to learn and have fun at the same time. First-timers will find a whole variety of projects to get stuck into, whether it’s an animal mask that’s suitable for tiny tailors or a drawstring bag for older kids. And once the basics have been mastered, a whole new world of creativity will be unlocked. Sewing is also a great way to use up those scraps of fabric lying around the house—transform old T-shirts into toys, felt into cupcakes, and more. With 35 simple projects for boys and girls, each one designed specifically to help children learn to sew, this is the perfect book for beating boredom and entertaining little ones in a naturally inventive way.
  • Dear Emma Hardy,
    PLEASE figure out a better option for the patterns. I would have returned the book instantly if I could have anticipated the amount of time it would take to copy and enlarge the patterns let alone the wear on the book by going thru the copy machine so many times. The book measures larger than 8.5" "standard" sheet of paper so I had to copy each page twice to even get all the information. Then it takes much more time to put the copies back on the copier to "enlarge to twice the size."
    Now I have many, many sheets for a little girl to weed through to figure out which pattern piece to use. Perhaps you could print them all to proper size, unbound, and offer for an additional price. I certainly would have paid extra to have patterns presented in a usable manner.

  • This book is great! I bought it to encourage my less-crafty daughter to feel more confident about her sewing kills, and have ended up loaning it out to SO many friends ~ several of whom have come back & purchased one for themselves. Are the projects amazing? Are they going to thrill the more informed sewist? Nope ~ but guess what? Give this book, along with some fabric scraps, & needles & thread to your favorite young sewist, & just let them go. Don't get too involved, don't hover over them, don't do it for them ~ just let them read it & have fun trying. If they ask for help, great, but let them do it! It doesn't matter how awful the project turns out ~ this is the perfect way to learn! One of the things that I really LOVE about this book is that the examples & pictures in the book do not show ultra-perfect projects. They instead showcase pieces that look like they have truly been done by the kid themselves ~ & that is more encouraging to a kid than you can imagine.
    These are also projects that a kid will want to do, & are do-able by a kid. Your favorite 10-yr old would just RELISH a week spent with all his/her little friends sitting out in the yard or snugging up near a fire making dolls, hair-things, a super-hero cape, a pillow, etc, etc. With a little more supervision & help, a 3 or 4 yr old could definitely do a few of these projects, but I would really reccomend that the child be able to at least read a small amount, & be trust-worthy with a needle, as they will gain the most from it in this more self-teaching way.
    All in all, this really is a stellar book for children learning to sew!

  • This book is a very beautiful, but its really not what i expected. I expected a book with many easy "teaching" projects for kids 3 and older. The book is more full of projects for girls age 7 and up to do with mum, but not really "teaching skills".

    There are not many projects suitable for the 3-7 range, and NOTHING very very simple for a young absolute beginner.

    I do like this book, i do like the projects, but i wish that i had bought the winky cherry books

  • Not at all what I expected. Was looking for seeing lessons for children not crafts to create.

  • I purchased this book with my 6 year old granddaughter in mind. She has been begging me to teach her to sew for the past two years. I finally relented and purchased this with the hope that it would be suitable for a very young beginner who is also just learning to read. I am not disappointed. The written directions and the step-by-step pictorials are great and easy to follow. We have made a few projects so far and have identified several more. Weel worth the money1

  • These projects are great! Easy, fun and inexpensive. My 4 year old loves it, my six year old thinks is neat, and my 3 year old is interested in what to tell me to make-I bet my youngest will like it more once he gets closer to 4.

  • I have been sewing for many years and plan to teach sewing. This is a great book full of easy projects. It has templates in the back pages of the book. There are some templates that need to be enlarged 200%. These are marked to avoid confusion.
    I will enjoy using this as a teaching book.

  • This is an excellent book of projects for mothers and daughters to work on together. A three-year-old would have to be pretty precocious to manage the projects. But, I bought it for a 9 year old who knows a bit about sewing already, with her mom, who wants to learn. It should turn the trick, and both are happy with it.