In Let’s Sew aLittle Farm, learn how to hand sew more than 20 small farm-themed projects, including a cute sheep, a cow, a pig, ducks, and horses, as well as a barn, tractor, and tools.
With the books in the Let's Sew series, you can learn to create easy sewing projects without a sewing machine. Each book focuses on a specific theme and demonstrates how to create cute, usable projects, starting with Let’s Sew a Little Farm, which celebrates life on the farm, from animals to tools.
In addition to the sweet projects, Let’s Sew a Little Farm features an introduction to the featured fiber mediums, as well as chapters on tools and materials, sewing techniques, and image-making, such as batik, dye, and block print.
Author Kristen Balouch—an experienced illustrator, fabric designer, and children’s book author—believes in taking a mindful, soulful approach to sewing so that you enjoy the process while making beautiful art. Her whimsical art style is shown through gorgeous imagery and adorable projects for sewers of all ages and skill levels to try. This book includes a plethora of helpful tips and techniques for those with little to no experience in working with fiber arts.
Turn off the screens and unwind as you sew a variety of adorable, giftable projects—without the use of a sewing machine!
Kristen Balouch is a children’s book author, an illustrator, an artist, a designer, and an artist’s agent living in Brooklyn and Upstate New York. She attended the Pratt Institute and worked in publishing for 20 years. Kristen is the author of eight children’s books, and her art has been exhibited internationally and domestically. She received the Ezra Jack Keats Award. To learn more, visit kristenbalouch.com.