Thursday, 15 October 2015

Japanese Fabric Flowers ~ Book Review


by Sylvie Blondeau

ISBN: 9781782212287
Publisher: Search Press
Publication Date: 27 August 2015
RRP: £9.99

Available direct from Search Press

   

Wow 65 different flowers to decorate things with.
Sylvie brings together her skills
to show you how to make beautiful flowers
that can be easily be made with regular fabric.


Not only does Sylvie share her step by step instructions
to make beautiful flowers you also get step-by-step
instructions for making different projects to add your
flowers to.


Sylvie explains the history behind these beautiful flowers
and talks you through creating and using templates.
Some of the flowers use the clover kanzashi (the name of the beautiful flowers) flower makers.
These templates make it easier for you to make matching
flowers all the time. 


In the book clear instructions are given so that you can
make the flowers very easily.


Each of the 65 designs have their own look Some look like
specific types of flower and others are unique.
Sylvie also takes you through using other materials
to finish off your designs.
You can use everything from buttons to chain.


The book makes the flowers in multiple
colours to create different designs.
Plain fabric is used and then on others
patterned fabric is used to create 
a completely different look.


The flowers are fantastic to make with
scraps of fabric and can be easily
altered to match your decor or outfit.


With so many flowers to make and so
many projects to use them on
this book offers so much.


The book is full of amazing colours,
flowers, designs & projects!


Available direct from Search Press

   


I received this book to review.
However all opinions expressed are my own.
Affiliate links are included on the post.
No monies were exchanged.

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