Sew Modern Baby: 19 Projects from Cuddly Sleepers to Stimulating Toys

Sew Modern Baby: 19 Projects from Cuddly Sleepers to Stimulating Toys

This how-to book, Modern Baby, by Angela Yosten, helps you play a pivotal role in your child’s early cognitive development. It features 19 projects for baby and mom in high-contrast colors with captivating patterns and textures to spark a baby’s natural curiosity. There are patterns for animal rattles, building blocks, quilts, burp cloths, and even an interactive play gym. Projects are designed for beginner and intermediate sewers with clear step-by-step instructions.

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  1. 4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Beautiful Pictures and easy to follow, October 1, 2013
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    Hilary Lardin (US Navy) –
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    This book have a lot of really nifty patterns and ideas for things to make for baby. Although I do not have a baby, the cover photo of the jacks quilt is what drew me in. There are a lot of really nice colorful photos inside to go along with the instructions. I’ve been sewing for many years and I found the instructions easy to follow. Also with me being such a visual learner I found the photos to illustrate the steps of the patterns really helpful.

    Inside the book are 19 patterns which include:

    -a really cool floor mat play gym
    -animal rattles
    -jumbo play blocks
    -carry all bag
    -rewards card holder (it could double for a mini brag book)
    -nursing cover-up
    -bib
    -burp cloth
    -changing pad
    -pacifier attached to a blanket (biscotti)
    -flower hair clip
    -a really cute baby carrier cover
    -hooded panda towel
    -baby bunting
    -and my most favorite of all 3 different quilts, one of which is on the cover

    There are many projects that have applique in them and I love that she used the quick fusible applique method to attach the numbers and letters to everything. Even if you are not an experienced sewer, this method makes it easy to make really cute applique. As I said before the cover picture is what drew me in and although this is a book for baby items, I plan to make a larger “adult” sized Jacks quilt in the near future.

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