I Love Patchwork

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  • Paperback
  • 144 pages
  • I Love Patchwork
  • Rashida Coleman-Hale
  • English
  • 14 August 2018
  • 159668142X

About the Author: Rashida Coleman-Hale

Is a well-known author, some of his books are a fascination for readers like in the I Love Patchwork book, this is one of the most wanted Rashida Coleman-Hale author readers around the world.


I Love Patchwork Offering a modern approach to traditional fabric design, this charming instructional illustrates how to create sophisticated patchwork projects by combining linen and print fabrics using simple quilting procedures Presenting a diverse collection of projects many inspired by the Japanese zakka aesthetic such as a travel sewing kit, sewing machine cover, table runner, apron, eco bag, towels, calendar, lap quilt, tote bag, pillowcase, and shoulder bag, all designs are fun, functional, and easy to master Combining sewing, appliqu , quilting, and patchwork techniques with thoughtful advice on how to select, work with, and care for linen, this colorful handbook is brimming with sophisticated and innovative projects to challenge and inspire both beginning and intermediate sewers and quilters. Free Read I Love Patchwork Author Rashida Coleman-Hale For Kindle ePUB or eBook – scottishhomebakingawards.co.uk

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10 thoughts on “I Love Patchwork

  1. Teresa says:

    I like this one a tadthan Zakka Sewing There are even a couple of projects in it I see myself making But like Zakka Sewing, I m glad that my local library has it in their collection.Mostly eye candy.

  2. Molly says:

    This book has a very similar feel and aesthetic style as the other sewing books by Japanese authors I have already reviewed Patchwork Style, Zakka Sewing and Linen Cotton Wool an aesthetic I really like This book is a little different because the author is not Japanese but spent some time in Japan studying Zakka sewing I like the fusion of the natural toned linens with the cheery patchwork Ms Coleman Hale s projects are unique because I feel she neither overdoes the amount of patch This book has a very similar feel and aesthetic style as the other sewing books by Japanese authors I have already reviewed Patchwork Style, Zakka Sewing and Linen Cotton Wool an aesthetic I really like This book is a little different because the author is not Japanese but spent some time in Jap...

  3. Jackie says:

    This book has nicely detailed instructions for bags, dolls, tablerunners and other small projects The templates only take up two pages In all, the book oozes perfection, and cuteness I copied the idea for a zig zag patter for a placemat I can...

  4. K says:

    This was the only Zakka book at my local library, so I borrowed it even though I m not really into patchwork I ve just finished one small project, which I m really happy with Instructions and diagrams were crystal clear and the photos were of course very enticing.

  5. Arlian says:

    This is a easy introduction to patchwork, but I wasn t impressed or inspired by the patterns included Likely aimed atnovice tailors than I.

  6. Crystal says:

    nice book, i loved some of the patterns in there. i enjoyed reading about designs, if now only i had time to quilt..

  7. Jocelynne Broderick says:

    Way cute things Still has the print linen look like the Zakka books, but I like the projects in this one better.

  8. Émilie says:

    Wasn t as inspired by the projects as other Zakka project books, but was still cute.

  9. Annette says:

    Love the combining of linen and other materials Very clean lines

  10. Tina W says:

    I love the way Rashida Coleman Hale combines linen and beautiful cottons I ve made several of her projects as gifts, one from this book, and they are always well received.