In Handmade Style, Anna Graham, best known for her Noodlehead bag patterns, shows you how to use your favorite modern fabrics to expand your signature look into a lifestyle collection that’s all your own.
Featuring a wide range of stitched projects for experienced sewists to wear, to carry and to use, Anna challenges you to use not only your sewing machine, but also your toolbox. Get out your hammer, drill, rivet tool, and staple gun as Anna teaches you skills you will need to express your personal style through garments and totes and beyond, even into small furnishings for your living space.
Anna has spent years compiling a well-edited collection of projects that relate to one another and ensure that her fans will want to make each and every one. Handmade Style includes clothes, pillows, a variety of signature bags, and even a custom ottoman. Every project is designed to help any sewist create a complete and cohesive look that is uniquely 'them' and entirely handmade.
Of course, all of the construction is infused with the thoughtful details that Anna is know for. Handmade Style is packed with great techniques like how to create your own bias binding, how to install metal grommets, and how to create a drawstring bag closure each of which ensure a professional-looking finish.
The instructions are thoughtfully hand-illustrated throughout in a clean and simple Japanese craft-book style and the inspiring photographs were shot on location near Anna's home. Handmade Style is sure to become every sewists go-to project book.
About Lucky Spool Media:
Founded in 2013 by Susanne Woods who has produced best-selling craft books with various companies for many years, Lucky Spool nurtures a more meaningful and collaborative relationship between author, publisher and reader with a small talented group of artists and designers.
Lucky Spool takes the time and care to create beautiful, accurate books that enrich the work you are already doing and inspire you to continue learning new and challenging techniques.
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