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"A beautiful new book." - Cate Prato, editor, Studios magazine
"[Coleman-Hale] has an amazing eye for color and combining fabrics, and is able to infuse a ton of impact into unfussy, beautiful sewn objects...we can all try our hands at these Japanese-inspired, happiness-inducing projects." - TrueUp.net
"A modern approach to this sewing technique that will appeal to beginning to intermediate sewers and quilters." - FabTalk
"If you're a fan of the handmade aesthetic with a clean simplistic look, this is a must-read." - CraftCritique.com
"The author grew up in Japan and her first-hand experience with zakka style shines through in this collection of functional and beautiful designs." - Grand Rapids Press
"Unique ways to combine simple sewing with various applique techniques, fabric ties and buttons." - The Detroit News
"A great introductory book... Love it for anywhere from a kitchen to a kid's room." - McClatchy-Tribune News Services
"Coleman-Hale's created a fellow linen-lover. I just droooool over I Love Patchwork." - Euphoria Blog
Rashida Coleman-Hale studied fashion design at the Fashion Institute of Technology, sells her designs on Etsy.com, and has contributed to Stitch magazine. She lives in New York City.
So many scraps--so little time! Potholders (hotpads) are such fun and always useful. Instructions are thorough and precise. Great for a beginner.Published 6 months ago by Carolyn Marsh
Lots of really cute patterns. I like the patterns at the back of the book and the clear directions. I will definitely make several of the patternsPublished 9 months ago by Artist
I loved the last zakka book Coleman-Hale put out with entries from other makers. I made a few projects out of them with little difficulty. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Tenshisonnet
Wonderful book and I Highly recommend to anyone into making beautiful things!
Easy to follow with step by step instructions.
i look through this book all the time. every single pattern is so adorable and charming. i love anything zakka and this book highlights the best parts of it.Published 21 months ago by Emma
Enjoyed this book very much. Good variety of projects to try. Nice range of items, from fast to more intricate.Published 24 months ago by L Colby
I am primarily a quilt sewer, but my first love is making little girl cotton dresses to give away. I have a lot of material scraps from quilting so I was looking for different... Read morePublished on December 23, 2011 by Go Go Grandma W.
I spend a decent amount of time looking at sewing books and in my opinion THIS is the best book I've seen in a while! Read morePublished on January 6, 2011 by readingcharlotte
Don't you love it when you find a craft book that has so many darling projects you're just not sure where to start? That's exactly how I feel about this book. Read morePublished on November 16, 2010 by MamaMagpie