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Inhaltsangabe: Eco-consciousness has changed the cars we buy, the way we build houses, the food we eat, and now it's becoming a major trend in crafting. In "Sewing Green DIYer" Betz White presents 25 sewing projects for home and family made out of re purposed materials (such as blankets and pillow covers sewn from reclaimed, felted sweaters; lounge pants stitched from retro sheets; a shopping tote made from envelopes), as well as organic new ones (such as baby washcloths made out of organic terrycloth and a lunch tote stitched with organic cotton sateen). She also presents stories about leaders in the worldwide eco-craft movement, lists of green blogs, websites, and craft suppliers, guidelines for effective thrifting and re purposing, and general tips on recycling, reducing, and reusing when sewing.
Über den Autor: Betz White is a renowned felter and "green" crafter who previously worked as a children's wear designer for Land's End and Carter's. Her work is sold online and in boutiques around the world and has been featured on Martha Stewart's television show, in Country Living, Adorn and knit.1 magazines, and on numerous craft podcasts. Her first book, Warm Fuzzies: 30 Sweet Felted Projects, was published by North Light in Autumn 2007. She lives in North Potomac, Maryland. Visit her website at www.betzwhite.com. John Gruen's photographs have appeared in many magazines, including Martha Stewart Living, Country Living, and Food & Wine, and in the STC books Kids' Embroidery and Kids Crochet. He lives in Lakeville, CT.
Buchbeschreibung Tabori & Chang Inc Stewart, 2009. Gebundene Ausgabe. Buchzustand: Gebraucht. Gebraucht - Gut - White takes the environmentally friendly hobby of stitching to an even higher level of sustainability, presenting 25 projects made from repurposed thrift-store and back-of-the-closet finds and organic fabrics. Photos throughout. 0 pp. Englisch. Artikel-Nr. INF3003052359