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All Sewn Up: 35 exquisite projects using applique, embroidery, and more Hardcover – 9 Feb 2012
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About the Author
Chloe Owens spends her time fusing appliqué, machine embroidery, salvaged fabrics and stitched drawings to create her unique style of textile art involving dazzling use of colour and exquisite intricacy. She has a passion for colour and pattern and draws influence from 1960s domestic and fashion fabrics. Visit her website at www.chloeowens.com. The author is based in Kentish Town, London.
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This is such a great book, it is hard backed and cloth covered, the paper inside feels nice and the photos of the projects are clear, and the styling is lovely and homely. It is full of really easy to follow projects, that range from beginner to more complicated ones (I'm not very good at machine embroidery but I know this is the book that will make me persevere with it) the illustrations by Gemma Correll are lovely and will appeal to anyone who gets assisted and distracted in their sewing by their pets (I'm sure Chloe's Jake wasn't the only kitty who runs away with the cotton reel) already I am sticking post it notes to the pages where there is a project I want to try out, and I seem to getting through them rather quickly.
This is such a nice original book, the projects to make are in keeping with the patterns and colours of the retro fabrics that are used and there is more than a gentle nod to items made in the 60s and 70s....the whole book has a lovely vintage feel without trying to be something it isn't, this certainly isn't one of those 'jump on the vintage bandwagon' style books but instead seems written and created from the heart. Go on, spoil yourselves and buy yourself a copy, you won't be disappointed.