Zakka Style: 24 Projects Stitched with Ease to Give, Use & Enjoy

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C&T Publishing Inc, Dec 1, 2011 - Crafts & Hobbies - 128 pages
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Rashida Coleman-Hale has gathered talented designers from around the world to bring you 24 delightful Zakka projects. Zakka, a Japanese term meaning “many things,” is all about all the little things that improve your home and appearance. Create a one-of-a-kind picture frame, a stylish bread bag, a whimsical bookmark, a chic tote, and so much more. You’ll love these bright, imaginative designs—make them for yourself and everyone you know!
 

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What a fresh take on sewing! So many projects that bring out the "ohhhh's," and "I sooo have to make that," from your overworked- yearning to craft self. These are simple projects that can be squeezed in, in hours. Best yet, you can totally use scraps so it totally appeals to both the time and money budget. A must own book and fabulous gift for every level crafter and sewer! A BIG plus is all the blogs that are listed through the book, so really it is an endless feed of projects! So worth every penny. This is easily right up there with a Lotta Jansdotter book! Primo! 

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Rashida Coleman-Hale has been sewing ever since she can remember. She spent much of her youth in Tokyo, Japan, where her love of linen began. Her work has been featured widely online and in print; she lives in Atlanta, GA. www.iheartlinen.typepad.com

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