The Great British Sewing Bee by Tessa Evelegh

The Great British Sewing Bee

The Great British Sewing Bee is the official tie-in to the BBC TWO series. The TV series looks for the nation's best amateur sewer, watched over by judges Savile Row tailor Patrick Grant and doyenne of the WI May Martin while host Claudia Winkleman offers encouragement.Capturing the creative energy of the series, the book provides an irresistible collection of over 25 projects covering garments and homewares that will delight sewing enthusiasts e...

Details The Great British Sewing Bee

TitleThe Great British Sewing Bee
Release DateMar 1st, 2013
PublisherQuadrille Publishing
GenreCrafts, Sewing, Art, Nonfiction

Reviews The Great British Sewing Bee

  • Lynne
    Some pretty pictures (ahem) and some patterns look manageable. Don't want that waily blonde bint who cries too much to win.
  • Minka
    Really cool bow tie step by step guide!
  • Lafrog8
    Season 1: Best curtains guidance I ever encountered, I have used the instructions to make lined curtains with success. Other projects which might be worth a go: Basic dress and contains other basic projects which are always useful like a floor cushion, a laundry bag, a man's apron.Season 2 (2 different books under same entry in Goodreads....): Masterclasses concept seems interesting: for example matching bold prints and sewing stretchy fabric for...
  • Polly Clarke
    I've tried a couple of the patterns and sewing is a lot harder than you think! With time and patience, I'm sure to use this book time and again. The sizes are a little scimpy for the fuller figure but there's a good mix of items to try your sewing machine with. There are clear photos for techniques you'll need to complete the projects and this book will make you want to immerse yourself into the sewing world. I love the Sewing Bee series and this...
  • Rachel Bridgeman
    This ism a lovely book containing full sized patterns for a variety of outfits ranging for the beginner to the experienced crafter. It contains a wealth of advice also regarding the essentials to start your own collection of sewing supplies and links to reliable websites to buy patterns and material.
  • Lauren
    Well laid out book with great and easy to read chapters. Only issue is the having to print patterns out on serious amounts of paper.