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Amy Butler's Style Stitches: 12 Easy Ways to 26 Wonderful Bags Hardcover-spiral – August 25, 2010
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About the Author
Amy Butler designs fabrics, home accessories, sewing patterns, and stationery goods. The author of Little Stitches for Little Ones and In Stitches, she works from Granville, Ohio, and distributes her products globally.
David Butler is a photographer and founder of Art of the Midwest, a multidisciplinary design studio in Granville, Ohio.
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The font size is not only smaller than normal for reading it is also printed in the palest colors of ink making it virtually impossible for someone like me with 20/15 eyesight to read the information. I highlighted a sentence in the beginning of the book to see if this would help and it did slightly. I will try and copy some of the instructions on my copy machine and see if I can increase the font size and improve the print to paper contrast but for the price of this book I shouldn't have to go to so much work. If I did not already highlight this one area I would have returned the book. Sorry Amy B!
That being said, I have made two of her purses and love them. I get a lot of compliments on them. And I will be making more, one for each season.
I agree about the small gray font being hard to read and there do need to be more pictures/illustrations as well.
9/22/13 - Update - I was told this had a link to the patterns that you could download. I repurchased the kindle version and went to the link. The patterns are there in PDF form and downloadable. HOWEVER, they must be printed on 17.5 X 22.5 paper. This is not easy! I had to go to a sign shop. After much haggling, he charged me $1.00 a page. It would probably have been easier to just by the book version with the patterns enclosed. I saved about $5.00, but I ended up running all over town to find a place to print the patterns on the large paper.
Has full size pattern pieces that I traced onto tissue paper so I could use them.