Fabric-by-Fabric One Yard Wonders By Rebecca Yaker and Patricia Hoskins Photos by Tara Donne Storey Publishing As far as project publications go, Fabric-by-Fabric is an amazing book! First of all, it does not skimp, with 416 pages and 101 projects, as well as a stuffed envelope full of paper patterns. The pages are thick and glossy with wonderful photographs and illustrations for every step-by-step project. But beyond aesthetics, the projects in this book, contributed by dozens of designers from all over North America, are super fun and use only one yard of fabric (but of course!). With wide-ranging projects such as a retro airline bag, party lamp shade, chef’s hat and apron, fabric kite, monster backpack, dining chair slipcover, all kinds of cute girl’s sundresses, and so much more, it’s difficult to choose where to begin. But we’ve made that easy for you with this excerpted Umbrella Redo (PDF below), a perfect project to make before winter truly begins.
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As part of the Fabric-by-Fabric blog tour, we are giving away one copy of the book. Simply leave us a comment from our CRAFT comment section (not from Facebook) by December 23, 2:00PM (PST), and we will randomly choose one lucky giveaway winner! Good luck! In the meantime, here are the dates for the rest of the tour: 12/22/2011 Jenna Lou Loves You 12/23/2011 Spincushion 12/27/2011 One Inch World 12/28/2011 Sew Sew Etc. 01/12/2012 Lu Lu Carter 01/12/2012 Fiberosity 01/12/2012 Zuhause 01/12/2012 Obsessively Stiching