Over 20 simple sewing projects for little girls. My brand new (first!) book is finally here and I’m really excited to be sharing it with you! Little Lady Liberty has been inspired by my lifelong love for Liberty fabrics; the huge range of magical prints is perfect for making beautiful things for children. I love making and sewing a project with a beloved one in mind, something they can play with or wear. A gift like a dress, a toy, a cushion or quilt becomes woven into their childhood.
All of the projects are named after little girls I know; for each one I put together my favourite palette of prints and colours from new season, classic and vintage Liberty designs. I’ve designed the instructions and step-by-step drawings to be accessible to beginners as well as more advanced sewers, so I hope anyone with a special little girl in mind can find a project they love!
Pre-order your signed copy of Little Lady Liberty before the 28th February and receive a free fat 1/8th of Ciara Liberty Tana Lawn fabric.
It’s so exciting to be starting the ‘Blog Hop’ for my very first book ‘Little Lady Liberty’. A year ago, I never would have dreamt of being in print and I certainly didn’t know what a “Blog Hop’ was – so here goes.
So, I thought I would tell you about one of my favourite projects that I designed for the book. The Orla Pencil Case was inspired by my love of pencil cases and stationery. It’s named after the daughter of one my friends and is a lovely simple project, yet really effective in its design.
I especially loved arranging the colours for this design in a beautiful rainbow cascade. It’s a brilliant project for using up scraps of fabrics and the stunning array of colours that Liberty Tana Lawn have in their collections is perfect. The pencil case can also be used as a make-up pouch or a tidy case for your haberdashery.
Little Lady Liberty has over 20 simple sewing projects for little girls – things to wear, projects for the bedroom and other useful things. Make little girls’ dreams come true with the prettiest sewing projects ever imagined.
Buy the book here and buy your scraps here to make the Orla Pencil Case.
The Blog Hop is hopping to Crafting not Cleaning tomorrow so make sure you take a look here
See the rest of the Blog Hop here where you can see different snippets of my book every day.
For those of you reading in the US, Little Lady Liberty is called ‘Sew Pretty for Little Girls’.