Book Review: Fabric Blooms by Megan Hunt


Lark Crafts offered me Megan Hunt’s new book to review last month and I must admit at first I thought I would be too busy so I almost said no, but I’m so glad I didn’t!


Because Fabric Blooms gave me a solution to Cadie’s perpetually messy hair! A big flower clip, of course.

I can’t bear to cut my baby girl’s long curly locks, but she has such a sensitive head that brushing happens only once a day and she can’t stand ponytails. But I discovered that a fabric flower that is even bolder than the messy hair makes said hair look tame.

I can’t wait to make more big fabric blooms (although she has some lovely small ones too). For that reason the table of contents is my favorite part of this book. When has that ever happened before? But the table of contents has pictures of every single project. How awesome is that?

Look, there’s even more!

But I think I’ll make some of these next. They would look so fabulous on Cadie’s head!

disclosure: Lark Crafts provided this book to me in exchange for a blog review. I have read and tried a pattern from this book and have stated my honest opinion. Thanks!

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