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Make Stuff Together: 24 Simple Projects to Create as a Family Paperback – June 1, 2011
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From the Back Cover
During these uncertain times, families around the country are slowing down, reconnecting, and getting back to basics. One of the best ways for families to share experiences and meaningful time together is through the art of crafting, sewing, and recycling. Here, authors Bernadette Noll and Kathie Sever invite you to look around your house and your neighborhood to discover materials that are just beckoning to find a new life.
game board & caddy
beanbag tossreversible birthday crown
family flags personalized napkin rings & cloth napkins library tote
& much more
Whether you're a parent looking for innovative projects for your kids, or a seasoned sewer and advocate of the slow family movement, Make Stuff Together gives you 24 projects that help you build family connections while being creative and crafty.
About the Author
KATHIE SEVER is an accomplished artist and seamstress, and is the creator of Ramonsterwear. Her work was featured in the film and book Handmade Nation. Together Bernadette and Kathie formed Future Craft Collective to help families find ways to sustainably make stuff together.
Top Customer Reviews
Second, the ideas and suggestions for creating time and space to craft as a family are genius. This book acknowledges that it can be difficult, at best, to craft with kids. It talks you through it and helps make the whole experience satisfying, even if a project needs to be completed over several days instead of all at once. The authors help you slow down, breathe, and embrace the process. It's not just about making stuff, it's about improving family time. You'll want to read every word of this book.