Great for Someone Looking for a New Craft to Enjoy Like the TV series it accompanies (Kirstie’s Homemade Home) this book is split into sections, each dedicated to a different craft or craft type ranging from traditional crafts such as flower arranging, needlepoint and quilting to more recently popular crafts such as felting and soap making. Each section has at least one (usually not more than 2) projects which use the craft in question to make something useful, pretty or just fun. Examples of things to make include vintage bunting, a bird…
Hard to Follow This is not for beginners, and is hard for intermediate to follow – a large variety of crafts you would need to go to a specialist place to do – I can imagine the tools otherwise would eat up an upcyclers budget – so many different crafts that if you have a specific in mind, you will get very little alongside many other types of crafts – useful and informative for people looking at detailed descriptions of crafts to follow – I would have liked it as a coffee table book of interest, but the copy…
Craft Book I had recently been in a Hobby Shop and had looked at this book having watched Kirstie Allsopp on TV. She is very enthusiastic and I thought the book would cover the interesting projects she made. I did not buy it that day but accidentally it came up on Amazon AND the price was about Â£12 cheaper so I did buy it.The projects are lovely and I found a candle hint straight away.Kirstie cover a lot of projects and it is well worth the money.
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