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"Diane Gilleland showcases the Japanese art of Kanzashi with craft projects that have an updated, modern style. You’ll find lots of creative ways to use up your scrap fabrics to make quick gifts for family, friends, or yourself!"
—Natalie Zee Drieu, Senior Editor, CRAFT magazine
"Diane Gilleland’s charming flower embellishments instantly bring the simplest accessory, garment, or decoration to life. Best of all, her beautifully photographed how-tos and helpful tips encourage us to add our own spin to these inspiring projects, for a lovely and very personal result."
—Susan Beal, author of Bead Simple and Button It Up
"Kanzashi in Bloom is a must-have book that does a fantastic job of demystifying this ancient Japanese art form for the modern-day crafter. The colorful projects will have you wondering what you can adorn with flowers next!"
—Jenny Ryan, Contributing Writer, CRAFT magazine
DIANE GILLELAND produces a popular blog and podcast, craftypod.com, and diyalert.com, a calendar of craft classes and events in Portland, Oregon. For more about Diane’s work and Kanzashi, visit kanzashi-in-bloom.com.
Haven't used this yet to make flowers. Been gathering some different tools to make different style flowers for occasions as cards.Published 11 months ago by Kayly
Fulfilled my expectations. Enjoyed the background information. Will be useful for a seminar to be held in April. Need to make identification for members.Published 12 months ago by Retiree
Great instructional book,,,easy to read and follow along!!Published 13 months ago by Linda J. Jeter
What a lovely book: history, instruction, and projects, too. The best part of this book is that the instructions are so clearly written. Read morePublished 15 months ago by ctreader
The instructions and graphics are very easy to follow. The flowers are very cute and fun to make. The book has a lot of good ideas for ways to use the flowers.Published 17 months ago by Irene Scites
This is a very detailed book and worth the money. Just through instruction I learned how to do some that I entered into our local 4H fair for Senior and won a award. Read morePublished 18 months ago by Joan Shearer