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"How to be crafty... yet cool! The hot new book among DIY folk is The Homemade Home by Sania Pell." -- Grazia, Aug 2010
"The simple but stunning projects from Sania Pell's new book had us reaching for our craft baskets." -- Good Homes, May 2010
"Sania Pell's book is perfect for anyone who likes a 'crafty' home filled with individual items." -- Scottish Sunday Mail, Sept 2010
"This book is imaginative without being over-the-top, handmade without being kitschy or tacky, and it's a book that will encourage crafty beginner's without frustration while equally challenging advanced creatives with new and rewarding projects." -- Decor8, April 2010
Sania Pell has a degree in textiles from Edinburgh College of Art. After graduating, she worked for one of London's top textile studios for seven years where her designs were purchased by companies such as Armani, Monsoon, Laura Ashley, Gap and Marks & Spencer. To expand her experience, Sania then joined Elle Decoration magazine and retrained as a stylist. She now works regularly for publications such as the Sunday Telegraph and the Mail on Sunday. She is also a visiting lecturer at Edinburgh College of Art.
Not much new here. I was looking for something more innovative and original. I have seen these "chic" ideas before and made up a few of my own that had more panache than... Read morePublished 18 months ago by Connie Pederson
The book is not lacking in projects, but many of them I can't use. I plan to try some of my favorites though.Published 19 months ago by Ellen Tomy
I was disappointed in this book to be honest. The author has done projects where she is really stretching to try and be unique but really, apart from one or two that are genuinely... Read morePublished on May 1, 2013 by Catherine Peart
I wouldn't recommend you buy this. Except it did have one thing that I really wanted to learn how to make.
The seller was fine.
Was not what I expected. It was not a really professional book. I was expecting more clever ideas than I saw in the book.Published on April 3, 2013 by Dian S Ezell