Dad of Divas' Reviews: Book Review - Super Simple Sewing for Kids

Saturday, April 30, 2016

Book Review - Super Simple Sewing for Kids

Super Simple Sewing for Kids

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About the Book
Learning to sew is super simple…and lots of fun! This book includes tips to get started, types of stitches, basic material suggestions, and projects that include a porcupine greeting card, fridge magnets, cow hand puppet, and more. Creating a sewing craft increases a child's dexterity, aesthetic sense, and confidence. The Super Simple books help children learn gradually, from the easiest task to the more complex, and lets them have fun while they tackle new projects. The result: a keen sense of creativity, greater patience, and skills that last a lifetime.

My Take on the Book
Rosa M. Curto has written an easy to read and follow book of beginning hand sewing projects for children. I feel she has done a wonderful job in not only the step by step illustrations and photos of the completed project, but also the easy to read and follow directions for each project. Patterns are included at the end of the book for your child to copy and use in the projects.

The author includes tips like to be patient with yourself as you learn, you can substitute materials if you don't have something like string for ribbon, and to ask for help to name a few. There are over 30 projects in the book. She illustrates various stitches and even has directions on how to sew buttons in four ways.

Some of the projects include: hand and finger puppets, book marks, placemats, cards, journal covers, and magnets.

If you have a child who enjoys sewing or crafts, I think you will find this book one that can be used quite independently and successfully.
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