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The Flying Sewing Machine

Sewing is Fun

By: Nancy Zieman
Illustrated by: Philip Ashby

Price: CAD $14.99


Imprint: Martingale

16 Pages

8.39 X 8.39 X 0.08 ins

ISBN:  9781604689099 -- Paperback

Publication Date: 11/23/2017

Sewing is magic, creative, and fun
It's meant to be shared with a special someone.
Let's fly off to Sewland and stitch something new,
Where all the town sews at a quarter to two.

In this new children's book written by beloved TV personality and sewing expert Nancy Zieman, kids will discover the excitement of creating beautiful things with fabric. Through the whimsy of a world where sewing is a delightful part of every afternoon, they'll meet wonderful friends who just happen to be incredible flying sewing machines. This charming book will offer any grandparent, parent, or teacher a special way to show children that sewing is fun. Welcome to Sewland, the magical town where everyone sews!

Nancy Zieman is the host and executive producer of "Sewing with Nancy," the longest running television sewing program in North America. She's an author, a designer for The McCall Pattern Company and Clover Needlecraft, and the founder of Nancy's Notions. Visit Nancy at NancyZieman.com.


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