Author(s): Cath Kidston
Here is a unique opportunity for all Cath Kidston fans to make their own projects and gifts using Cath's own motifs. Inspired by vintage prints found in car boot and jumble sales, and reinvented in cool modern colours, Cath Kidston's instantly recognizable designs are so popular that they feature on everything from mugs to tents. Whether your favourite is Stanley the dog, the sailing boat, cowboys or a floral, you will find them here as, for the first time, Cath is giving away pattern templates of her favourite designs. This brilliant little book contains 48 fantastic projects to create using 16 of Cath Kidston's signature motifs. Cath shows how to embellish a variety of bags, clothes, gifts and introduce her personal touch throughout the home. Inspirational photographs, easy-to-follow step-by-step instructions and all the techniques you need to make the projects make this an irresistible package.
'This book is a fantastic springboard to breathing new life into old textiles around the home' - BBC Good Home '[Cath Kidston's] look - those quirky prints with a vintage feel that cover everything from wash-bags to wallpaper - is known the world over' - Stella Magazine 'Cath is one of Britain most-loved designers - this book is full of good ideas and a genuine must-have' - Sunday Mail Glasgow
One of Britain's leading and most loved designers, Cath Kidston is best known for her vintage-inspired, colourful prints for the home. She began her career as an interior designer before opening her first retail shop in London in 1993 selling vintage fabrics and antique furniture. She celebrated her 15th anniversary in 2008 and now has 27 shops and concessions in the UK and Ireland, and three in Japan, with sales growing an astonishing 60% last year. Everything from bags, cushions, stationery, t-shirts, nightwear and babygrows are all part of the ever-expanding product range. Cath has published two bestselling craft books with Quadrille - Make! and Sew! - and has a very successful stationery line. Author Location: London