Do you ever think about making “a little something”, for a gift, or for you? Today I want to share insights about “A Little Something”, by Roseann Meehan Kermes (Rosebud’s Cottage), a new book recently published by Martingale.
Stitch a colorful array of cozy wool creations that will brighten any room in your home. Choose from a mix of cheerful little projects, including coasters, wall hangings, sewing accessories, bags, and more.
- Create stunning effects with easy hand stitching, simple applique, and artful wool layering
- Achieve an effortlessly embellished look with simple techniques that even beginners can master quickly
- Detailed how-to photos and clear instructions are included
About the Author
Roseann Meehan Kermes began sewing at the age of nine, when she made her first wool pincushion. As a history buff, she is drawn to American folk art. She enjoys the coziness of the primitive look and also loves working with bright colors. Roseann enjoys surrounding herself with a wool community that expands her creativity. Whether it’s wool meet-ups, a class, or her Muddy Sheep Wool Club meetings, there are always talented wool workers who inspire her to rise to a new level. To find out what’s new, visit her at rosebuds-cottage.com.
I love all the little something projects in this new book. No doubt about it, this book is packed with sweet wool projects for you to use, to make for decorating your home, or you could make these projects for very thoughtful gifts. They are the perfect “little somethings” that will be treasured for years to come.
There are 16 projects, each with easy to follow instructions and great visuals. Projects include needle keepers, mug rugs, table toppers, wall hangings, jewelry bags, pincushions, cell phone satchel and much more.
There is a section that covers “wool applique essentials”, that provides insights to help beginners (and others) learn how to work with wool. It also provides insights on a number of beautiful stitches, which are used on the projects in this book (e.g. backstitch, blanket stitch, couching stitch, french knot, long stitch, overcast stitch, running stitch, star stitch, and whipstitch).
I think this book is an exceptional value and a perfect book for anyone interested in learning to work with wool, as well as those who may simply want more beautiful project ideas all perfect for wool.
Martingale will also be sharing Roseann’s video tutorials every week on their Facebook and Instagram pages for the next several weeks. I hope you get a chance to check out this book at your local quilt shop. Of course, if you don’t see it I hope you’ll let them know you are interested in having them make it available. It is such a new book they may not be aware of it. But you can also check it out online at Martingale or Amazon.
DID I MENTION A GIVEAWAY?
Martingale is hosting a fun giveaway where one lucky winner will receive a copy of this new book A Little Something. To enter, simply visit Martingale’s blog Stitch This and follow instructions on their post that shares more insights about this creative new book.
I hope you get a chance to check out this new book at your favorite quilt or sewing store. But if you don’t see it, as it is so new, be sure to let them know about this creative book and that you’d like to have them make it available. It is such a new book they may not be aware of it. Of course, don’t forget you can also check this book out at Martingale’s online store, as well as Amazon.
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