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Sew Snappy

Several months ago I was asked to help proof read the English translation of this book. I was also asked to test sew one of the projects in the book and give my feedback. Of course I was excited to oblige, and in return I received both a PDF and print copy of the book as a small thank you for my time. I sewed and proof read my project and promptly forgot about ever receiving the book until one day we received a package from Germany.
When I received the package all the way from Germany, I was like, wait I haven't ordered anything international in quite some time. As confused as I was, I went ahead and peeked inside. Yep! A beautiful book was shining up at me. Of course I immediately paged through all the projects and lo and behold at the end of the book my name AND my blog got a mention! Plus they included a picture of my project. 
I test sewed project 16 from the book--Small fortune. It is a small (and adorably easy to sew) purse. It has a velcro pocket on the inside and a button closure on the outside. An easy to attach strap also serves as a cute little decoration on the each one of the sides.
In total there are 25 projects in the book. Pattern sheets are included for projects that need them. Some projects include measurement charts for cutting out simple rectangle pattern shapes. All of the instructions are very thorough and include detailed illustrations. This is definitely a beautiful book that will definitely get much more use in my sewing studio.
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