Patricia Hoskins is the co-owner of Crafty Planet, a retail fabric and needlework store and craft workshop in Minneapolis, Minnesota, and has designed several of the patterns used in Crafty Planet classes. She enjoys knitting, crocheting, spinning, sewing, quilting, embroidery, and cross-stitching and is a graduate of American University, the University of Oregon, and the University of Missouri-Columbia Library Science program. She is a co-author of both One-Yard Wonders and Fabric-by-Fabric One-Yard Wonders.
Rebecca Yaker began sewing at age five. After eight years of designing apparel for two of America’s largest retailers, Rebecca started her own design business, creating one-of-a-kind baby and adult apparel and accessory items in her Minneapolis design studio. She knits by hand and machine, sews, crochets, weaves, dabbles in reupholstery, consults on design, and most recently is passionately learning to become a cordwainer (a leather shoe maker). She is the co-author of One-Yard Wonders, Fabric-by-Fabric One-Yard Wonders, and Little One-Yard Wonders. Learn more about her at www.rebeccayaker.com.
I think it's a great idea to have a book where there are so many cute projects to make out of just one yard of fabric.
I love both of her books because you can actually make things with out spending a fortune on fabric and you always know exactly how much you need.
What I liked most about all of the projects here is how many are great gift ideas and things people would actually use.
Our granddaughter who is only age twelve, loves this book. It provides some great ideas and projects.Published 3 months ago by James Wilson
Fabric-by-Fabric One Yard Wonders is the sequel to the first One Yard book of sewing ideas for young, crafty ladies and their kids, One-Yard Wonders: 101 Sewing Fabric Projects;... Read morePublished 4 months ago by MLSchoenfeld
Great projects/tutorials and patterns. Cute projects that inspire creativity without a lot of fabric - great ideas for small quantities of fabric,Published 4 months ago by Christine April Strobel
Perfect tool when looking for a quick gift item to make. All in one place, how much more could you ask for.Published 6 months ago by A. Chapman
I got the first book she wrote. This one was disappointing. Nothing new. Mostly purses and bags. Don't waste your money.Published 6 months ago by Laura A. Sublette