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Wabi-Sabi Sewing : 20 Sewing Patterns for Perfectly Imperfect Projects - by Karen Lewis (Paperback)

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Capture the essence of Japanese style in your sewing with this collection of projects inspired by the wabi-sabi concept of 'perfect imperfection'. This collection of 20 sewing projects for home decor and accessories is based on the popular Japanese aesthetic  of wabi-sabi which celebrates the beauty in the ordinary and imperfect.

The projects are grouped according to how we live, for example: living; sleeping; eating and exploring. Sewing and quilting expert and fabric designer, Karen Lewis, has used a limited palette of earthy tones and the best quality natural fabrics including linen, cotton, denim and wool to create a stunning collection of simple, sewn projects.

Try out some simple wabi-sabi style sewing techniques such as hand hand piecing, sashiko embroidery, big stitch quilting, and visible mending to create unique items for your home whether it's a full sized bed quilt, simple coasters for your favourite mug or a stunning scarf to wrap up in.
Number of Pages: 127
Genre: Crafts + Hobbies
Sub-Genre: Sewing, Needlework
Format: Paperback
Publisher: F & W Media Inc
Book theme: General
Author: Karen Lewis
Language: English
Street Date: July 31, 2018
TCIN: 53705510
UPC: 9781446307090
Item Number (DPCI): 248-47-3881
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Eressea 5 months ago
Wabi sabi has intrigued me for a long time, even since my friend told me about it. He showed me his pictures and described them as ‘perfectly imperfect’, to see the beauty in the imperfection, and even make the ‘mistake’ more visible. Quilters usually only allow for an Amish mistake on purpose, and ...see moreof the reviewer's review
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