Also, like all the other various projects you can make using jersey fabric.
Once and a while you find a book that you know will not be a quick read or a book placed on the shelf to be occasionally used as reference material.
I made several projects from the first book, and am sure I will make several from this one as well.
Such a beautiful book! I really enjoy the style of clothing and the slow paced hand stitching. The recipes are tempting although I haven't made any of them yet. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Shannon Snyder
I loved the book but felt that the directions were a little vague.Published 5 months ago by Nancy L. Rowe
This book provided the inspiration I needed to open up my create abilities. With a little patience you can create beautiful things! Read morePublished 6 months ago by Heather Bening
I love that a pattern to make several garments is included in the back of the book as a pull out. Also included is a stencil. Her clothes to make are simple to understand .Published 6 months ago by Loretta Kretchko
I love all of her books. I have visited her shop recently and loved the southern hospitality!!! Even though I wasn't there to buy the high end clothes (really DIY gal) they... Read morePublished 8 months ago by Pam
Wish I was as talented as the creator.... Maybe some day....... One reason I admire this lady so much is that she does her hard work sells them for lots of $ but she provides DIY... Read morePublished 9 months ago by Mindysue with lots of thread
Having all three of the Alabama Chanin books I now have a really good idea of how to recreate their clothing. And they all come with patterns. Read morePublished 13 months ago by woodencanoe