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Contents Introduction Bandana Basics Tools and Materials Machine Basics Index of Sewing Techniques Sewing Basics Chapter 1: Getting a Head Start: Rose, Headbands, and Bow Bandana Rose Smooth Headband Wrapped Headband Bunny Bow Chapter 2: Tweak Your Wardrobe: Belt, Hoodie, and Shorts Two-Color Ring Belt Lined Hoodie Bandana Trimmed Shorts Chapter 3: Gatherings: Top and Skirts Draw-String Top Ribbon Dirndl Skirt Ruffled Miniskirt Chapter 4: Beautiful Borders: Tops and Bag Kimono-Sleeve Top Lined Pocket Shoulder Bag Yoked Tunic Chapter 5: Color Your Room: Pillows Shim-Sham Pillow X-Factor Pillow Chapter 6: Fun and Functional: Box, Wrap, Book Cover, and Guitar Strap Dresser Box Bandana Wrap Book Cover Braided Guitar Strap Chapter 7: Getting Edgy: Pocket Necklace and Scarf Pocket Necklace Fleece Scarf All Tied Up: Classic Ways to Rock a Bandana Supplies and Resources About the Author
Judith Cressy combines her love of art with her writing career. She has developed award-winning children's craft/activity books for the Metropolitan Museum of Art, including What Can You Do with a Paper Bag? and Can You Find It? Judith lives in New York City.
Who doesn't love bandanas?" Why, that's a great question posed by Judith Cressy's new book Bandana Rama. We are fervent bandana fans in the GenQ family, and , when you give us a book that has bandanas and a photo of a cat on the dedication page, we're pretty sure we've found our tribe.Judith shares how-tos for accessories such as belts and headbands, but we got a little more jazzed when we came across a bandana lining for the hood of a hoodie, bandana-trimmed shorts, a drawstring top, a bandana skirt! Its' a bandana extravaganza - 21 projects of varying difficulty. The book is geared for age 8 and up, with basic sewing instructions, but we'll be wrestling the book out of the little sewists' hands to whip up projects of our own. Generation Q Magazine, Jan/Feb 2015 The perfect companion to teaching a kids' class, this book includes 21 projects that can be sewn by machine or by hand, or assembled with scissors and glue. Built around the iconic bandana, the results will make everyone smile! American Sewing Guild Notions Magazine, Fall 2014