Bunny Pencil Case from Zakka Sewing – CRAFT Pattern Podcast & Giveaway

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Bunny Pencil Case from Zakka Sewing – CRAFT Pattern Podcast & Giveaway

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Zakka Sewing by Therese Laskey & Chika Mori (Stewart Tabori & Chang)
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If you’ve ever wished you could understand the patterns in those wonderful Japanese craft books, you’re going to love Zakka Sewing, the new book from Therese Laskey and Chika Mori. “Zakka” means “household goods” in Japanese, and the term has become synonymous with simple yet beautiful hand-sewn items that are both attractive and useful. Zakka Sewing is the first English-language book to explore this culture and its traditions, presenting 25 one-of-a-kind patterns from Japan’s best zakka creators. Projects range from a squirrel-shaped teapot cozy to simple felt flower coasters, and you can even learn to stitch up a pair of cozy slippers. The variety and quality of the projects will have you coming back to the book again and again!
One lucky Craftzine reader will win a copy Zakka Sewing! Just leave a comment on this post by 12pm PST on Saturday, November 1 telling us why you need this book. (Please make sure your e-mail address is included in your profile so we can contact you if you win.)
Get your feet wet in the world of Japanese crafts by downloading our CRAFT Pattern Podcast, featuring an excerpt from Zakka Sewing. Learn to make your very own bunny pencil case, a handy and cute zippered pouch complete with ears and a tail.
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Jenny Ryan is an artist, crafter, and maker of things. She lives in Los Angeles with a pack of various animals (including her husband) and writes about her adventures in creating at Exit Through the Thrift Shop.

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