Let’s face it, when a book comes out called The Liberty Book of Simple Sewing you know it’s going to be pretty good, and indeed this book does not disappoint.
Between them, Christine Leech and Lucinda Ganderton have compiled a really nice set of projects for around the home that you’re bound to like. It doesn’t hurt that each design features really nice Liberty patterns.
There’s some simple instructions at the start of the book and each design comes with big photos and clear instructions. It couldn’t get much simpler. What I really like is that these designs are a bit different to the norm. From cloud cushions to graffiti table runners, there are some nice fresh ideas, executed with style.
All in all, this is a nice book, ideal for someone who’s done this stuff before, but is looking for something a bit different. The The Liberty Book of Simple Sewing is published by Quadrille – why not get your copy from our Amazon stores?
But wait! Do you want to win a copy of The Liberty Book of Simple Sewing? Of course you do!
This competition’s easy!
All you have to do is comment below and tell me a joke! Simple!
Closing date for entries is Wednesday 10th September (because I’m on holiday until then) and I’ll use a random number generator to pick a winner. Good luck everyone!
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