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101

Sewing
projects

One-Yard
Wonders
Look How Much You Can Make With
Just One Yard of Fabric!

Rebecca Yaker and Patricia Hoskins


One Yard of Fabric
Limitless Possibilities
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Wonders comes to the rescue with 101
exciting, fun, and inexpensive projects Win Free Fabric For
to make with just one yard of fabric. An Entire Year!
Each project is easy-to-follow with
Fabric is the new yarn! People are sewing
the help of step-by-step instructions,
in record numbers, and all they need to
simple illustrations, and full-color make home dec projects, garments, or cute
photos. Templates and pattern pieces bags is One-Yard. Imagine how exciting it
are included wherever needed, mak- would be if all those sewers could win free
ing this collection the biggest and best fabric for an entire year! Well, announcing
sewing deal ever. Storey’s One-Yard Wonders Yard-of-the-
From great gifts for the home to Month Sweepstakes! For a full year, the lucky
adorable baby apparel and trendy acces- winners will receive a yard of fabric every
sories, One-Yard Wonders has something month, along with a free pattern from the new
for everyone. One-Yard Wonders book by Rebecca Yaker
Sewing aficionados Rebecca Yaker (of and Patricia Hoskins. All entrants need to do
is mail or e-mail their names to the One-Yard
Hazel and Melvin’s Room) and Patricia
Wonders website; no purchase is required. So
Hoskins (of Crafty Planet) solicited
simple! So crafty!
these fabulous fabric projects through
a far-reaching online campaign, select-
ing the best, most desirable patterns One-Yard Wonders is sure to become a
for crafty sewers, and featuring a wide favorite sourcebook for all levels of
range of fabrics from today’s favorite sewers looking for the perfect project
designers. for every yard of fabric in their stash!
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Fun with Fabric
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A Best-Selling Series with
2009! Over 220,000 Copies in Print!

One-Yard Wonders “Exactly what local


Full-color; photographs and yarn shop owners
illustrations throughout around the country
304 pages; 8 x 8⁄/™ think you should do
when you have just
Paper:
one ball to knit.”
$19.95 US
— Yarn Market News
ISBN: 978-1-60342-449-3
No. 62449 ISBN 978-1-58017-645-3
No. 67645
8-copy counter display:
$159.60 US
ISBN: 978-1-60342-497-4 “If she loves to knit, but
No. 62497 she’s too busy, this is
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The Authors ISBN 978-1-58017-688-0


No. 67688

Rebecca Yaker (right) began sewing at age five. After


eight years of designing apparel for two of America’s
“101 enchanting
largest retailers, Rebecca started her own design busi-
projects, organized
ness, Hazel and Melvin’s Room (www.hazelandmelvin.
according to yarn
com), creating one-of-a-kind baby bedding and apparel
weight, for knitters
in her Minneapolis design studio. Patricia Hoskins
of all skill levels, fea-
(left) is the cofounder of Crafty Planet (www.crafty
turing an array of
planet.com), a retail fabric and needlework store and
hats, scarves, bags,
craft workshop in Minneapolis where she teaches sewing classes. Together, Rebecca
shawls, and many
and Patricia founded the No-Coast Craft-O-Rama, an independent artisan venture.
other fashion and ISBN 978-1-60342-079-2

home accessories.” No. 62079

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