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Girl's World: Twenty-One Sewing Projects to Make for Little Girls Reviews

UPDATE TIME: 2018-06-10 
Review Score: 5 out of 5 star From 105 user ratings
ISBN:0811874443
LANGUAGE:English

" Even if you don't sew, but are inspired by beautiful fabrics, colors and clothing then this is the book for you. 21 Sewing projects to make for little girls. Breathtaking! " said.

" Everything in this book is so pretty and girly that I would love to make every project. Just flipping through the pages give me such a good, beautiful feeling. " said.

"The best thing found in this book are the instructions found on page 21 showing how to make continuous cross-grain binding strips -- a very rare inclusion in sewing how-to books. The next best thing is her sensational flirtation with color and pattern combinations.

The patterns,(included in the book, therefore making it unsuitable for inclusion in a public library collection), are very simple -- better purchased for a dollar on the bargain rack. They are cunningly named in the book -- Mary's Fancy Sash Dress, Tallulah Halter Dress, Josie Dress, Agnes Tunic Dress, Sopie Glittered Apron, Georgia Tulle Ballet Skirt, Annabel Apron with Frilly Pocket, Hadley Headband, Penelope Ruffle-Top Purse, Chloe Paper Doll Overnight Bag, Fiona Fabric Flower, Bridget Banner, Gigi Ruffle Pillow, Genevieve Patchwork Quilt, Olivia Floral Lamp Shade, Katie Eliza Canopy, Molly Memory Board.

The Olivia Floral Lamp, for example, calls for some 60 to 150 fabric flowers. Have you priced fabric flowers, lately? I'm thinking, that's quite an investment for a soon-to-be dust catcher. Sigh.

The resources page offers some sources that promise to be fun to sleuth.
" said.

" Even if you don't sew, but are inspired by beautiful fabrics, colors and clothing then this is the book for you. 21 Sewing projects to make for little girls. Breathtaking! " said.

" Everything in this book is so pretty and girly that I would love to make every project. Just flipping through the pages give me such a good, beautiful feeling. " said.

"The best thing found in this book are the instructions found on page 21 showing how to make continuous cross-grain binding strips -- a very rare inclusion in sewing how-to books. The next best thing is her sensational flirtation with color and pattern combinations.

The patterns,(included in the book, therefore making it unsuitable for inclusion in a public library collection), are very simple -- better purchased for a dollar on the bargain rack. They are cunningly named in the book -- Mary's Fancy Sash Dress, Tallulah Halter Dress, Josie Dress, Agnes Tunic Dress, Sopie Glittered Apron, Georgia Tulle Ballet Skirt, Annabel Apron with Frilly Pocket, Hadley Headband, Penelope Ruffle-Top Purse, Chloe Paper Doll Overnight Bag, Fiona Fabric Flower, Bridget Banner, Gigi Ruffle Pillow, Genevieve Patchwork Quilt, Olivia Floral Lamp Shade, Katie Eliza Canopy, Molly Memory Board.

The Olivia Floral Lamp, for example, calls for some 60 to 150 fabric flowers. Have you priced fabric flowers, lately? I'm thinking, that's quite an investment for a soon-to-be dust catcher. Sigh.

The resources page offers some sources that promise to be fun to sleuth.
" said.

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