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Heirloom quality sewing projects and quilts that feature high contrast fabrics mixed with linen. From cute cuddly animals to modern quilts that will grow with baby as they get older. Bags, Nursing Cover-up, Quilts, Sleeper, Soft Toys, Bibs and Burp Cloths are just a few of the things you will find in this book. This is a must have book for babies, moms, aunts, and grandmas! Something in it for everyone!
Stitch 19 projects for babies and moms from designer and author Angela Yosten. Projects include number appliques to celebrate monthly milestones, jumbo fabric blocks, animal-theme rattles, changing pads, and quilts. (Quilts & More, 5/1/14)
Babies are lifeÃ¢ÂÂs best blessing. ItÃ¢ÂÂs why we stitch types canÃ¢ÂÂt get enough of making baby gifts. AngelaÃ¢ÂÂs new book is the perfect source for sweet, simple projects any baby (and mom) will enjoy.
Angela offers a few quilts (we especially love Playing Jacks), as well as adorable soft toys (Ollie the Owl is a must-see) and some practical and pretty things for moms. The Nursing Cover-Up and Carryall Bag are each quick to sew and would make you any momÃ¢ÂÂs new BFF.
Our fave project, though, is the Play Gym. Some of us remember the exorbitant amount of moolah we plunked down for a play gym made with yucky fabrics and dull toys. Angela gives us easy-peasy instructions for covering arches with pipe insulation and plastic conduit tubing. And sheÃ¢ÂÂs designed adorable toys to be crafted and hung from loops sewn into the arch covers. ItÃ¢ÂÂs finished off with a pretty quilted mat featuring graphic numbers. Makes us wish we were babies again just so we can play more! (Generation Q Magazine, : January/February 2014)
As a young girl, Angela Yosten was influenced by many talented people. While her mother taught her how to sew and encouraged all things arts and crafts-related, her father taught her how to be independent and figure things out on her own. Her grandmothers and great-grandmother also influenced her with their special talents of knitting, sewing, and art. She has always enjoyed drawing, painting, and designing, but it was not until she had her own children that she was inspired to find her way back into the sewing room and discover her own style. When she is not working as a web developer, she can most likely be found in her sewing room. She finds it thrilling when she can design something new for one of her children or decor for her home. She is often intrigued by everyday items and loves to explore different ways to translate them to fabric. Many of her designs and tutorials can be found on her blog (blog.angelayosten.com). Most of all, she enjoys spending time with her family and cherishing every little moment life has to offer. She feels very fortunate to have such a wonderful husband and amazing children who support her obsession to design and who encourage everything that she aspires to do.