Button and Stitch: Supercute Ways to Use Your Button Stash (PagePerfect NOOK Book)

Button and Stitch: Supercute Ways to Use Your Button Stash (PagePerfect NOOK Book)

by Kristen Rask

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ISBN-13: 9781440309526
Publisher: F+W Media
Publication date: 12/15/2009
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 144
File size: 27 MB
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About the Author

Kristen Rask is the author of Plush You! and the proprietor of Schmancy Toys, a hip and fun store in a trendy Seattle neighborhood. She has always been crafty in general and, in addition to creating softies, Kristen enjoys sewing and making jewelry. More of Kristen's work can be seen at www.schmancytoys.com or www.plushyou.blogspot.com.

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Button and Stitch: Supercute Ways to Use Your Button Stash 2.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
Christine_Emming More than 1 year ago
The button jar. Does everyone have a mason full of random, rounded gems? Or is it only me? It's not just me. To my relief (and surprise), Button and Stitch fully addresses makes brilliant use of my decade-long accumulation. Rather than toss them, Kristen Rask suggests low-skill, handmade gifts like a button-laminated picture frame or button-studded photo album. Heavy duty projects, like Rask's fabric collage jacket, require sewing proficiency but utilize dozens of colorful buttons and scrap fabric to create a fanciful, personalized garment. Others, like her camera-shaped camera case or a multi-button ring, offer a clever way to practice burgeoning craft skills. Many projects make good use of other lightly used objects you may already own, a shrunken sweater, glass condiment jars, an ex-boyfriend's tie. Photo-heavy guides let you glide seamlessly from the materials list to project completion with a pictorial reference at every step. With this level of inspiration at hand, I may not have a button jar much longer.
cemming on LibraryThing 7 months ago
The button jar. Does everyone have a mason full of random, rounded gems? Or is it only me? It's not just me. To my relief (and surprise), Button and Stitch fully addresses makes brilliant use of my decade-long accumulation. Rather than toss them, Kristen Rask suggests low-skill, handmade gifts like a button-laminated picture frame or button-studded photo album.Heavy duty projects, like Rask's fabric collage jacket, require sewing proficiency but utilize dozens of colorful buttons and scrap fabric to create a fanciful, personalized garment. Others, like her camera-shaped camera case or a multi-button ring, offer a clever way to practice burgeoning craft skills. Many projects make good use of other lightly used objects you may already own, a shrunken sweater, glass condiment jars, an ex-boyfriend's tie. Photo-heavy guides let you glide seamlessly from the materials list to project completion with a pictorial reference at every step. With this level of inspiration at hand, I may not have a button jar much longer.
Bas-Bleu51 More than 1 year ago
The only thing cute about this book is the picture on the cover. Some of the projects have UN-finished edges, and there are UGLY button flowers made with brown leather! The rings and bracelets are just SEWN onto bands of brown elastic, and they are just one or two buttons stacked on top of each other. Why pay so much money for this book? Ask your toddler to create something out of your own cache of buttons, because I'm sure it will be ten times as pretty and original than the stuff in this book!