The Best of Sewing Machine Fun For Kids

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C&T Publishing Inc, Nov 5, 2010 - Crafts & Hobbies - 128 pages
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Share the gift of lifelong sewing skills with the children you love.
 

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Great into book for preteens and teenagers

User Review  - mkauai - Overstock.com

This book has lots of fun projects for craft items bags and other easy to sew items that come out looking wonderful. The directions are clear pictures are wonderful and the happy face when a project is finished is priceless. Thank you!!! Read full review

Perfect book for new sewers

User Review  - dakotanurse - Overstock.com

My granddaughter loves watching me sew. She turns 8 in May. This is the perfect book to buy when you plan to teach a child to sew. It has sewing drills and games that will interest any child. My ... Read full review

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Contents

I am Bored What Can I Do?
i
About This Book
ii
Lets Go
5
Discover Stitching
6
Mouse Pivots
8
Climb The Peaks and Ride the Waves
10
Pattis Puzzle
11
Your Machine
12
Machine TLC
48
Soft Shape Heart
52
Soft Shape Bunny
56
ButtonUp Dog or Cat
60
How Did You Do?
66
Crazy Cords
67
Possibilities Pocket
68
Dont Let Up
74

Place The Parts
14
Saftey First
15
Stitch Along
16
Tangled ThreadsWord Search
17
Building Blocks
18
Seek and Spell
19
Thread The Machine
20
DotToDot Stitching
22
Sewing Basket
26
Crossword Puzzle
27
Drivers Training
28
Brown Paper Shapes
30
Wild Cards
36
Create A Card
42
Custom Envelopes
47
Super Sewers Secret Code
75
Create A Character
77
CoverUps
86
Up With Letters
92
Fish N Stitch
93
Bunchies
95
Sewing Sillies
97
Bag It
98
Measure Up
103
Word Search
105
Burger Bites
106
Treasure Pouch
116
Way To Go You Can Sew
123
Legal Page
130
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Nancy Burke Smith is a freelance writer specializing in grant proposals and other communications for nonprofit organizations, including the Council of Michigan Foundations, the W.K. Kellogg Foundation and the C.S. Mott Foundation. She coauthored The Everything Grantwriting Book.

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