Friday, October 2

Creative Kids Complete Photo Guide to Sewing Family Fun for Everyone by Janith Bergeron and Christine Ecker

The book, Creative Kids Complete Photo Guide to Sewing by Janith Bergeron and Christine Ecker is a wonderful book of projects and ideas to create things with the sewing machine and a few hand stitched as well! I love the different and easy as well as fun projects inside the book! There are so many little things you can make that children of all ages can do. I find it to be my family project book, since I'm always inspired to create some fun and exciting things all homemade with the family. The book has many things from a clothing to a pillows, there are so many cute child and adult projects that the entire family could make.

It's not hard either! They are very well illustrated and so much guidance with text on how to and what you'll need to construct this item. It's very fun and such a bright and cute book of projects I can do with my family together. I always am looking for something to do with my sewing machine and even learn something new. This book does just that and some more different techniques with hand sewing as well! However, the most part of this book is based on the machine and using it to create designs. 

Finally, This is such a lovely book and wonderful for an entire family to do together. ♥♥

Information About The Author:
Janith Bergeron and Christine Ecker founded The Sewing Tree in the spring of 2003 and enjoy teaching sewing to people of all ages and interests. They have developed a very comprehensive method of teaching from beginner to advanced students.

Janith Bergeron founded Designs by Janith in 1991, specializing in creating beautiful, custom-designed garments. She teaches classes at various sewing-related businesses and schools, striving to bring fun into every stitch and a sense of accomplishment into every project. Janith was the founder of the New Hampshire chapter of the American Sewing Guild in 2001. A Master Certified Sewing Educator-SEA (2008), a Trained Sewing Educator/S&CA since 2002, and a 4-H educator/leader, Janith has been a contributor to Threads magazine's Pattern Review since 2003. Janith lives in Barrington, New Hampshire.

Christine Ecker began sewing as a young child with her grandmother. Primarily self-taught, her sewing interests include specialty dresses, costumes, children's clothes, home decor, crafts, bags, and machine embroidery. As the owner of Stolen Time Creations, Christine worked closely with a local Portsmouth, New Hampshire, designer creating one-of-a-kind handbags. Christine was an active member of the board for the New Hampshire chapter of the American Sewing Guild. She has been a Trained Sewing Educator/ S&CA since 2004. Christine lives in Dover, New Hampshire.

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