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The Spoonflower Quick-sew Project Book

The Spoonflower Quick-Sew Project Book

34 DIYs to Make the Most of Your Fabric Stash

Discover all that you can make with just a yord or two! Spoonflower —a create-your-own/print-on-demand fabric company known for its unique, clever, and must-have designs— presents dozens of brand new projects that can be completed in just a few hours. Get inspired and turn your favorite fabric into a lovely garland, stylish tote, children’s tent, and all sorts of other accessories for your home and more. With step-by-step tutorials and projects that span a wide-spectrum skills, this book is perfect for both new and experienced sewists.

Note that the book is available in English only.

$27.50 USD

Sample Sections

Spoonflower fabrics on a work surface

Intro

We’ve arranged the projects in this book according to size, smallest to largest, and most can be completed in an afternoon. We run you through what you’ll need to get started.

Spoonflower fabrics on notions and trims

Notions + Trims

Learning to make your own notions and trims means you will always have what you need on hand when you start a project. These seven projects will have you well on your way.

Pin cushions made with Spoonflower swatches

Swatch Projects

What can you make with an 8-inch square swatch? Quite a lot, it turns out, from herbal sachets to toys to adorable mini purses. We think you’ll swoon over these six projects.

Pot holders made from fat quarters using Spoonflower fabrics

Fat Quarter Projects

We love sewing for friends. It allows us to empty our houses and craft at the same time—plus, who on earth does not like presents? Here are eight projects that make excellent gifts.

Pillows made from single yards of Spoonflower fabrics

One-Yard Projects

Step it up a bit with a few simple projects that use a yard of fabric! These eight projects are sure to brighten up your home in fun and clever ways.

Bean bag chair made from multiple yards of Spoonflower fabric

Multi-Yard Projects

We promise, there is no reason to be intimidated by huge swaths of fabric. By the end of this section of five projects, you’ll wonder why you ever worried in the first place.

Spoonflower designer

Meet the Author, Anda Corrie

To bring this book to life, we turned to our dear friend Anda Corrie, one of the very first designers on Spoonflower. Formerly of Etsy, Anda is not only a whimsical illustrator and artist, but is also a handmade enthusiast that has created many DIY projects for the Spoonflower blog. From saving and using scraps of fabric too gorgeous to throw away to creating one-of-a-kind pieces with your own designs, Anda wrote this book for anyone who loves beautifully designed fabric and wants to turn it into something special—whether that’s you, your mom or your best friend.

Spoonflower designer

“Full of on-trend, simple patterns and designs, we found fresh new ways to use our scraps of fabric, as well as larger projects for our home and office that we know will be coveted!”

Spoonflower designer

“I am teaching my daughter to sew, and this book came at the most opportune time. The instructions are easy to follow, and the imagery for each project makes you want to try them all.”

Spoonflower designer

“So many cute and cheerful projects! I’m so excited to make some holiday print Pet Collar Bandanas for our dogs so they’ll be all set for this year’s pics with Santa!”

Spoonflower designer

“We’re always looking for ways to make the most of our fabric stash, and this scrap busting book is the perfect tool! Time to dive into our stashes and get sewing!”

$27.50 USD

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