Natalie Martin and Naomi Regan - The Fox, the Bear and the Bunny: Sew Playful Kids' Clothes - Octopus

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The Fox, the Bear and the Bunny: Sew Playful Kids' Clothes

By Natalie Martin and Naomi Regan

  • Paperback
  • £18.99

From a cheeky Fox Duffle Coat to a sweet and simple Mouse Pocket Dress, the designs in The Fox, the Bear & the Bunny are great fun and utterly adorable. The animal themed projects include dresses, dungarees, coats and trousers, and each are embellished with different animals for a playful twist.

From a cheeky Fox Duffle Coat to a sweet and simple Mouse Pocket Dress, the designs in The Fox, the Bear & the Bunny are great fun and utterly adorable. The animal themed projects include dresses, dungarees, coats and trousers, and each are embellished with different animals for a playful twist. The Bunny coat has ears and a tail, whilst the Cat Mittens have a fun pawprint motif. Aimed at crafters with some experience of machine sewing, the pull-out pattern sheets, simple, step-by-step instructions and clear diagrams make even seemingly complicated patterns easy to understand and accessible, and all the patterns can be scaled up or down to fit children aged 1-5. The fun features of these clothes encourage creative play, and children will love having unique and quirky clothes that really stand out. With everything from rabbits and owls to foxes and bears, youngsters and adults alike will be delighted by these whimsical and original designs.

Biographical Notes

Naomi and Natalie both live in Devon and have been close friends ever since their first children were born in 2009. They shared a love on crafting and children's fashion and so, in 2011, they launched their own children's clothing brand. Four years later, Olive & Vince is a bold, vibrant brand enjoying success and worldwide orders on etsy.com.

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  • ISBN: 9780857833679
  • Publication date: 27 Oct 2016
  • Page count: 128
  • Imprint: Kyle Books
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