It's time for a new book review. As always, I only review books that I like, love, cherish or can't live without! This book fits into one of those categories. Zakka Style compiled by Rashida Coleman-Hale is a great book filled with 24 fun and fabulous sewing and stitching projects.
Most of the Zakka projects involve the use of linen. Here's a great Messenger Bag to make. Every project has a supply list, cutting instructions and assembly instructions.
I love mug rugs and here's a quick cute one to whip up.
Looking for a quick hand stitching project? Give these magnets a try.
One of my personal favorites is this linen bag. I have this thing for fabric bags, especially linen, lace, and vintage fabric types. This one is darling. I'm a sewing accessory lover, too. There are pin cushions and a smart sewing kit, as well.
And who doesn't carry around a water bottle? EVERYONE does. Here's a great water bottle holder to make in an afternoon. So cute.
Zaaka refers to a simple kind of style. This design movement has been part of Japanese style for some time. Each of the projects in this book were designed by a different zakka artist from around the world.
Zakka Style is definitely worth a second look. I have no doubt you will find more than one sewing project you love in this book.
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