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Let's Sew Together: A Book Review


Let's Sew together by Rubyellen Bratcher is a beautifully put together book. Her instructions are clear and the introduction is very helpful for beginning sewers. She really encourages everyone to sew no matter their skill level. The projects included are simply adorable. My favorite is the world map quilt. That one is definitely on my to-do list when we move and I am able to unpack my sewing machine.


There is so much more in this book than sewing projects and I love that. She includes no sew projects like clay bracelets and mister's favorite story box idea. There are also reading suggestions to go with many of the projects and other homeschool tidbits. As a homeschooling mom it is really nice to see that. Homeschooler or not, this book is simple and wonderful. If you are thinking you may like this book, you will!






I received this book for free from Blogging for Books for this review.

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More InfoAuthor BioI received this book from Blogging for Books for this review