A Child's Book of Sewing



by Jane Chapman

This book is a reproduction of a mid-century children's sewing book by Jane Chapman. Useful and charming, it instructs and educates beginning sewers. Sewing machines can easily intimidate beginner sewers, so this book focuses on hand sewing to motivate young creators. It includes a handful of simple projects that children eight and up can accomplish with minimal adult supervision. These projects include a bookmark, beanbag and a change purse. A Child's First Sewing Book is filled with delightful and practical illustrations and diagrams by Walter Chapman and Jeva Cralick. These illustrate basic hand stitches, the use of needles, scissors, thimbles and pins, basic patterns, and more.

This book is the perfect introduction to sewing. With mid-century style, appropriate projects, and helpful pictures, it is sure to spark the imagination of any young reader. With 
A Child's First Sewing Book , who knows what they will create next?

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