Sewing For A Royal Baby
Editors of Sew Beautiful Magazine
Sewing for a Royal Baby allows new mothers and grandmothers to create a
royal wardrobe for their new little one using the complete patterns and
instructions provided with the book and accompanying CD. The patterns are
sized differently according to the style, but the gowns start at newborn and
go up to 18 months. The bubble goes up to 24 months. Toddler dresses go up
to size 4 and the boys' pieces go up to size 3. The companion CD
contains all of the project patterns plus two additional slip patterns, the
complete Vintage Royal Alphabet machine embroidery template, and most of the
embroidery designs (hand and machine) in the book, as well as some appliqué
designs, and technique descriptions.
BACK IN PRINT!!
Creating Heirlooms for Baby
by Wendy Schoen
This popular project book is so much more than a simple
how-to offering. Filled with Wendy’s stitching wisdom,
Creating Heirlooms for Baby includes
patterns for her classic designs, many of which are reproductions of
favorite baby clothes from her own childhood. She’ll teach you techniques
that will make your stitching pop; explain the effects you can render by
changing the needles, threads and scissors you use; and share charming bits
of history. The book features Wendy’s original hand worked designs.
Directions for each project are clearly written and illustrated, and
full-color photographs of each are included.
Patterns include: Blessed Beginnings Christening Gown with slip, girl’s and
boy’s bonnets, daygown, kimono, 2 sunsuits with sunhat, 3 dresses, pinafore,
crib quilt and pillows.
100 page Soft Cover
Lace Shaping DVD
with Martha Pullen
Detailed explanations are given about
the various supplies that are used for lace shaping and how to prepare your
fabric before you begin. You will enjoy learning how and when to use several
machine heirloom stitches along with the techniques for the basic shapes of
lace shaping and the adaptations that are made for pinless lace shaping. By
the time the DVD is finished, you will be making exquisite lace-shaped bows
and dreaming of a wardrobe of heirloom garments featuring lace shaping.
Heirloom Sewing by Machine DVD
with Martha Pullen
Mastering the basics of heirloom sewing
will be clear and easy as you learn how to use the sewing machine to combine
laces with entredeux and fabric, how to select and apply specialty stitches
that add an heirloom finish, and how to take flat fabric to enticing levels
of three-dimensional artistry. You’ll feel like a master designer as you
create your own classic Heirloom Party Dress. Heirloom Techniques:
Lace to Lace, Lace to Fabric, Lace to Entredeux, Gathered Lace to Entredeux,
Entredeux to Flat Fabric, Entredeux to Gathered Fabric, Top Stitch
Hemstitching: Wing Needlework Pinstitch, Entredeux Stitch Specialty
Techniques: Puffing, Double Needle Pintucks
Heirloom Sewing by Serger DVD
with Martha Pullen & Kathy McMakin
Do you love heirloom sewing and serger
sewing? Why not combine the two, making heirloom sewing twice as fast. You
will learn about appropriate trims for heirloom serging as well as the
importance of needle placement when serging. This DVD will unveil serger
techniques you never thought possible.
The Vintage Collection of Martha Pullen
- Volume 1
Pullen collection of vintage embroideries and garments is a sewing journey.
Exquisite pictures and Martha's delightful stories about her search for
these garments, their history and descriptions. 60 wonderful pictures
& accounts to drool over!
The Laundry Room
A practical guide on
how to clean, repair and store treasured antique linens, lace & quilts, plus
new items that you want to preserve for their beauty and sentiment for
generations to come. 28 page booklet
BABY DAYGOWNS I (Pink)
by Mildred Gould
tucks, lace insertions, edgings & delicate hand embroidery adorn these back-closing
day gowns designed by Mildred Gould. Her techniques are fast & easy and are especially
helpful to the beginning seamstress. Newborn and infant day gown patterns included.
BABY DAYGOWN II (Turquoise)
by Mildred Gould
unique designs featuring a front button closing. These designs, variations &
guidelines provide a limitless opportunity to create one-of-a-kind daygowns. Newborn and
Infant daygown patterns included.
BABY DAYGOWNS III (yellow)
by Mildred Gould
book in her daygown series brings you perhaps the fastest and easiest of all daygown
designs - the ragland sleeve. Perfect for quick-to-sew baby gifts. A special smocked
variation is included with Newborn and Infant front-opening daygown patterns.
BABY DAYGOWNS VII (Peach)
This book features yoke daygown
designs. The yoke is deeper than Book V & VI. However, the fit
through the shoulder & neckline is the same allowing you to interchange
sleeve variations & neckline treatments found in other books of the daygown
series The center front pleat showcases embroidery on the skirt.
The deeper yoke allows more space in complete embroidery designs. Sizes 5-lb preemie, newborn
(7-12lbs) & Infant (8-18lbs) patterns are included
Kimono Sleeve Daygowns
Limited Edition #201
A new series by Nancy Coburn. Will include a one-time printing of her
favorite antique designs. In this book you will find an antique
Christening gown and embroidered antique daygown and other easy to sew
designs. Detailed instructions are included for neckline, sleeve &
hemline variations. Embroidery designs are included, as well.
Sizes Preemie (5-6 lbs), Newborn (7-12lbs) & Infant (8-18lbs) patterns are
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