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Make Paperback – Illustrated, 17 Oct 2008
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"Cath Kidston's new book 'Make!' celebrates the brands 15th birthday by showing you how to applique, stitch, embroider and generally adorn anything fabric-y with Cath Kidstonm-esque verve." "Sewing is the latest skill to be revived and Cath Kidston's Make! covers everything, from making and repairing clothes to creating lovely gifts and home accessories." "You'll love this new book by textile and homeware designer Cath Kidston. With 30 step-by-step projects, from making cushion covers to embroidering clothing, this book is a fantastic springboard to breathing new life into old textiles around the home." --Easy Living, 1st November 2008
"Sewing is the latest skill to be revived and Cath Kidston's Make! covers everything, from making and repairing clothes to creating lovely gifts and home accessories."See all Product description
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1 January 2018
Format: PaperbackVerified Purchase
This is a very basic book. It should really be called 'Decorate' or 'Embellish'. It's basically a book of projects of Cath Kidston designs to copy onto fabric, cut out and sew onto stuff that you already have or go out and buy. It did provide a plain tote bag to get you started. This is not a book that tells you how to make a bag, purse etc...just how to tart up a plain one!
26 November 2008
The book is, as other reviewers have said, misnamed, since virtually no actual making is involved; instead it offers ideas on how to decorate ready made items. It offers no challanges in terms of craftsmanship;indeed, from the sewing skills involved, it would seem to be aimed at primary children, but I can not imagine any child wanting to make these projects. A pointless book, all in all.
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