Storybook Toys: Sew 16 Projects from Once Upon a Time • Dolls, Puppets, Softies & More

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C&T Publishing Inc, Nov 1, 2012 - Crafts & Hobbies - 160 pages
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Kindle the imagination with these loveable handmade fabric toys! Inspired by vintage 1940s patterns, projects include dolls, softies, pillows, puppets, and little girl’s handbag. Learn toy-making tips to give your creation personal style and a sweet disposition. Author Jill Hamor gives ideas for involving children in the process to teach them basic sewing skills. Customize any project to fit your skill level and time commitment, and have fun making outfits for your dolly from your favorite fabrics, scraps, or even upcycled bits from old clothes. Share the love of handmade with your whole family…the young and the young at heart!
 

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I love this book. I have the paperback copy, so I am not sure who printing the patterns goes , but it really is a wonderful book

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Purchased eBook, but I can't find a way to print out the patterns, most annoying at this point in time, can anyone advise a way of printing the patterns?

Contents

Template Patterns
129
Resources
160
Pullout Pages
161
eLegal Pages
245
Back Cover
247
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Jill Hamor grew up in Southern California where she loved to draw. She has since evolved her passion for drawing to design, sew, and knit for the children in her life. She now resides in Northern California. bybido.blogspot.com/

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