30 Projects for Transforming Everday Shirts
Juliet Bawden, Photos by Caroline Arber - All books by this author
Start with several shirts that nobody plans to wear any more, add some imagination, and the resulting product can be anything from a good-looking checked chair cover or a brightly patterned beach bag to a set of table napkins or a soft stuffed toy that will delight a lucky toddler. The principle guiding this fascinating crafts book is that recycling isnít merely virtuousitís also fun, and a good way to add colorful new items to the household. Author Juliet Bawden presents ideas for transforming all kinds of shirtsclassic white or blue dress shirts, Hawaiian shirts, lumberjack shirts, polo shirts, corduroy shirts, or any other kind that happens to be available. She then presents detailed directions and templates for creating
About The Author:
Juliet Bawden is the author of many sewing and craft books. She lives in London, where she operates a successful interior decoration business.
About The Photographer:
Caroline Arberís photos appear regularly in Homes & Gardens and can also be seen in many books devoted to arts and crafts.
Paperback / 144 Pages / 9 x 9 1/2 / 2011