Zakka Style

ebook 24 Projects Stitched with Ease to Give, Use & Enjoy · Design Collective

By Rashida Coleman-Hale

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Create charming fabric crafts inspired by the Japanese design movement that you can use to brighten up your home or give as gifts to friends.
Discover the hottest new trend in fabric crafting—Zakka! These clever, modern projects are a cinch to sew using basic patchwork, appliqué, and embroidery. It's scrap-friendly and fun for all sewing skill levels.
Rashida Coleman-Hale has gathered talented designers from around the world to bring you 24 delightful Zakka projects. Zakka, a Japanese term meaning "many things," is all about all the little things that improve your home and appearance. Create a one-of-a-kind picture frame, a stylish bread bag, a whimsical bookmark, a chic tote, and so much more. You'll love these bright, imaginative designs-make them for yourself and everyone you know!
Featuring contributions by Amanda Jennings, Amy Sinibaldi, Ayumi Takahashi, Christie Fowler, Holly Keller, Julia Bravo, Karyn Valino, Kat Mew, Katrien Van Deuren, Kim Kruzich, Larissa Holland, Laurraine Yuyama, Leslie Good, Lisa Billings, Masko Jefferson, Meg Spaeth, Melody Miller, Mette Robl, Nova Flitter, Pascal Mestdagh, Rachel Roxburgh, Shannon Dreval, Sonia Cantie, and Theresia Cookson.
Award-Winner in the Crafts/Hobbies/How-To category of the 2012 International Book Awards
Praise for Zakka Style
"The term "zakka" . . . has become synonymous with a kind of simple charm and uniqueness—something handmade that is useful and pleasing. . . . This book is another wonderful source for gift ideas and sweet little knick-knacks to make 'just because.'" —Australian Homespun Magazine
Zakka Style