The book focuses on 12 Chapter's with 21 project's for kids such as Pillow, Blankets, Wallet, Tote, Apron, Pouch, Coaster's. It also includes projects such as how to stitch doll skirt as well as their own and also focuses on recycling and repairing their clothes and toys.The book also has pattern pieces in a envelope. The book has wonderful pictures of kids sewing each project with notes. Step by step projects have been explained for easy understanding.
About the Author's: Amie Petronis Plumley teaches kindergarten at Grace-St. Luke’s Episcopal School in Memphis, where she utilizes her creative background and her Masters Degree in Education to inspire students to sew in the classroom, in an after-school Sewing Club, and at a summer camp. She is the mother of two small children and lives in Tennessee.
Andria Lisle, freelance journalist and author of Waking Up in Memphis, writes about music, food, and pop culture for The Commercial Appeal newspaper and the Memphis Flyer alt-weekly, as well as for myriad magazines including Paste, MOJO, and Garden and Gun. When not at her laptop, she loves to sew. She lives in Memphis, Tennessee.
Pro's: Good book with clear instruction and the plus is it develops ypur child creativity.
Con's: 5 to 7 year's old kid's with needles may need to be kept checking constantly and can get tiring well not that it's not worth the effort however with 7+ you can work on these projects with minimal supervision.
Overall: Great Book
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A special thanks to Storey Publishing for sending this book for review.