Stitching with Jane Foster: Easy press-out patterns to cross-stitch and sew

Stitching with Jane Foster: Easy press-out patterns to cross-stitch and sew

by Jane Foster

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Overview

Introduce your young crafters to embroidery with the quick and easy cross-stitch sewing projects you'll find in  Stitching with Jane Foster. They'll be pros in no time!

Stitching with Jane Foster offers 37 quick and easy cross-stitch sewing cards with punched holes for easy stitching. You will also receive a 32-page project book featuring instructions for designing your own unique stitching patterns and color combinations.

Gather up your tool and, with some help from Jane, you'll get started on learning the basics of stitching, including the straight stitch, cross-stitch, back stitch, and many others. Once you're confident in your stitching ability, enjoy the project gallery which shows off examples of how to use your stitched cards: everything from bookmarks and journals to greeting cards and ornaments.

The stitching patterns taught in  Stitching with Jane Foster are simple enough for children to work with and promote growth and development, hand-eye coordination, and creativity and imagination. 

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781633222991
Publisher: Walter Foster Jr
Publication date: 08/01/2017
Series: Kids Craft Book Series
Pages: 52
Sales rank: 933,009
Product dimensions: 8.37(w) x 10.37(h) x 0.75(d)
Age Range: 5 - 10 Years

About the Author

Jane Foster is an illustrator, author, and textile designer in Devon, UK. She designs, draws, screen prints, and sews from her home studio.

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Stitching with Jane Foster: Easy press-out patterns to cross-stitch and sew 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
CuteEverything More than 1 year ago
This fun activity book comes with a range of easy to sew colorful cards, with holes already punched out, for young children to “sew” and “cross-stitch” themselves. The cards can be “sewn,” undone, and re-sewn over and over. My daughters find them cute and fun to do, without any fear of them getting hurt on needles. I think this book would make a great addition to classrooms, too!