Hi everybody! Today I want to share with you a lovely – brand new- sewing book as I’m taking part in the Little Lady Liberty blog hop. In case you haven’t heard about it yet, Little Lady Liberty (or Sew Pretty for Little Girls in the US) just arrived last week – for you to get your hands on it in time for the Easter holidays!
It’s a gorgeous little book with more than 20 sewing projects for little girls (and everyone who likes sewing for little girls)! 128 pages full of beautiful photos and fabrics.
The projects are mostly easy (flouncy skirts and pillow cases), some are a bit more advanced (quilts and bags and cute soft dolls). The book includes detailed instructions and some pattern – but most projects don’t even require one. There are so many projects in this book that I’d love to make for my niece (or even myself) or to give away as little birthday gifts. My personal favourites are the reversible Mia doll and the quilted Orla pencil case.
I haven’t had time to make any of these yet, but they are the perfect project to keep in mind for a rainy Sunday afternoon or when you’re sitting on a massive pile of fabric scraps and don’t know what to do with it!
It’s also one of those books and you can keep on your coffee table just to flick through and swoon at the gorgeousness of the photographs!
You should also make sure to check out the author’s blog which is full of great sewing projects all using the most beautiful Liberty fabrics. Alice also sells those fabrics if you want to recreate these projects in detail.
I love the new addition to my sewing (e-)book collection and hope you’ll like it as well! Now I am preparing for the holidays (and a week without my sewing machine).
If you wan to read the LLL posts of the other blog hop bloggers, you can find a list here.
Stay in touch!