Item description for Fabulous Fabric Flowers by Mieko Baba, Yoko Yagasaki, Yoko Ishiguro, Carmen Urioste-Azcorra, Kate Rudd, Sally Morgenthaler, Jeff St. Charles & Scott Silsby...
Beautiful fabric flowers in no time-made from handy materials. In Fabulous Fabric Flowers, readers will learn the art of creating flowers using pieces of fabric left over from other sewing projects. Easy-to-follow, step-by-step illustrations demonstrate how small scraps of fabric, bond, tissue paper, wire, beads and thread can be turned into more than twenty-five different varieties of flowers- with only basic sewing skills. Sewing patterns for each flower are also included.
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 0.25" Width: 8.25" Height: 10.25" Weight: 0.76 lbs.
Release Date Sep 9, 2005
Publisher Japan Publications Trading
ISBN 4889961925 ISBN13 9784889961928
Availability 0 units.
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Reviews - What do customers think about Fabulous Fabric Flowers?
Like japanese books...english 'version'... Aug 2, 2007
I can make this review before buying it because of this:
I saw the 'search inside', see the techniques are like those in my japanese fabric flower books. the pattern is similar. like the leaf, the shape of that little flower...really-really similar to those in japanese craft books...and that little flower is very unique that it's japanese style of little flower...i know it...it's shown in more than 1 books...the way she attached the leaf...shape of leaf...really-really similar...
4 stars is for the ENGLISH textbook...finally...the colors chosen (in search inside) are lovely, very-very western style, so homy, so sweet...i like it though...but i think for color, i prefer those in japanese books, very-very refreshing...
i think the search inside has give quite info for this siteers who are interested in this book. Really, i'm very-very familiar with the techniques. with those two pages, i know they are simple techniques like i did with japanese books...i made fabric flowers sometimes from fabric leftover...so, i just knew it...and with shown flowers inside and on table of contents, you will get beautiful flowers...i don't think you'll regret it... also, you can make it with your children. it's a good way to introduce sewing and crafting to your children...
can't give 5 stars (even i haven't really seen it) because the idea is not that new for me...i don't know which one comes first, but i quite believe in japanese craft. They always have different syle and bring something new to crafter...Besides those small flowers...ah, that's very-very japanese style...but for YOU who never knew about this before, YOU CAN give it 5 STARS!...I will, too, if this book is the first i know.
anyway, i'm still wondering whether there are patterns available in this book. hopefully, buyers can add this information. Patterns are important because at first making, sometimes, we can't make the right scale...
i also want to buy it for my reference (it's English! mine are japanese)but not now, not my priority... after i got those sewing and knitting books...Fabulous Fabric Flowers...here i come!!!!!
Great Book May 9, 2007
This is a beautiful book. The color pictures are very good and the patterns in the back of the book are good also. I've made several different kinds of flowers and they come out really nice. I haven't tried all of them yet but I look forward to trying them all. Very good buy for the money.
I can't wait to start! Mar 10, 2006
There are so many wonderful ideas and for someone with a learning dissability, the directions seem clear cut and easy to follow, so I can't wait to get started!