Today, we’re so excited to introduce you to a book that combines the things we love here at Stitch Craft Create: sewing and crafting!
In Mixed and Stitched, author Jen Osborn combines some basic mixed-media art techniques with sewing, to create unique projects that are more than just pretty—they’re useful!
In Mixed and Stitched, you’ll learn great techniques (including a stovetop fabric dyeing technique), some innovative sewing techniques, and methods that show you how to incorporate your own unique, artistic voice into your sewn creations.
|Easy fabric dyeing technique.|
|A yummy pile of Jen’s dyed fabric stash.|
Here are some photos of just a few of the 16 projects in the book:
|Summer Market Bag Project|
|Feather Your Nest Pillow Project|
|Pocketful of Love Project (a fabric love note)|
Today, we are giving away one of the projects in this fantastic book: the Leftover Pot Holder Project (photo below). Click here to download the project file, and in no time you’ll be stitching away!
|Free Project Download: Leftover Pot Holder Project|
Best yet, you can buy your own copy of Mixed and Stitched at a great price at the Martha Pullen store.
Have fun whipping up one of these great Leftover Pot Holders (and don’t forget to share your finished project photos with us in our Flickr Group), and pick up a copy of this great book for your craft library!
Jen Osborn is a third generation artist, writer, illustrator and stitcher who lives in the heart of rural Michigan. To learn more about her and her whimsical, imaginative and tactile art, visit her at www.themessynest.com.