By Susan Briscoe
Los angeles célebre autora Susan Briscoe presenta una colección de irresistibles diseños de bolsos patchwork que servirán de inspiración y motivación a las entusiastas de los bolsos. Desde delicados bolsitos de fiesta hasta prácticas carteras y resistentes mochilas. Cada proyecto se acompaña de ilustraciones e instrucciones paso a paso que permiten crear fñacilmente accesorios personalizados.
Se han incluido 21 sensacionales bolsos con los que se pueden ensayar nuevas técnicas, iniciarse en esta exertions o adquirir más conocimientos sobre el patchwork y acolchado.
Hay diseños para aprovechar retales, tiras sueltas y telas coordinadas, a los que una quitler es incapaz de resistirse. Se pueden incluso trabajar telas más fuertes, como el denim o el ante de imitación.
En varios bolsos se utilizan ténicas de confección que se conocen de los quilts, como el ribeteado de los bordes. El estilo se une a lo práctico en unos bolsos que sin duda resultarán llamativos y originales.
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21 sensacionales bolsos de patchwork by Susan Briscoe