Stitching With Jane Foster – Book Review

If you love yarn and you love sewing then Stitching With Jane Foster is the book for you! This book contains 37 press-out patterns to help you get started with cross-stitching and sewing! In Stitching with Jane Foster, Jane shows you how to practice stitching using yarn (or embriodery thread) and the gorgeously designed press-out cards from the book. She teaches you basic stitching styles that you can easily apply to other projects!

I was provided a complimentary copy of this book from the publisher to complete my review, but was not financially compensated in any way to write a favorable review. All opinions expressed in this post are my own. This post also contains affiliate links. I receive compensation from purchases made through these links. This small contribution helps support The Stitchin’ Mommy and allows me to bring you more great posts!


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Excerpted from Stitching With Jane Foster by Jane Foster. Copyright ©2017 Walter Foster Jr., an imprint of The Quarto Group. Used with permission. All rights reserved.


Title: Stitching With Jane Foster by Jane Foster
Author: Jane Foster
Publisher: Walter Foster Jr., an imprint of The Quarto Group
ISBN: 978-1-633222-99-1
Format: Hardcover, 52 Pages
Published: August 1, 2017
Price: $16.95

Stitching With Jane Foster

If you have ever wanted to try your hand at sewing and cross-stitching, Stitching With Jane Foster has a ton of information and great full-color photos to help you learn basic stitches.

Jane begins the book with a list of the tools and materials you will need to start stitching. The list is quite short since you will only need a few basic tools to get started. She then discusses how to get started with a tutorial on how to thread a needle and how to knot the ends. After you have your needle threaded, Jane shares basic stitch tutorials complete with large, clear, color photos. Before we get to the press-out cards, Jane shows you all of the different things you can do with your completed designs. There are some really fun ideas in this section that are great motivation for getting started!

For me, the press-out cards are the highlight of the book. There are so many fabulous designs in here that are just so gorgeous and inspiring. You can really sit and practice stitching for hours! There are 37 press-out cards in all shapes and sizes. There are geometric shapes, animals, flowers, and more. There are even full scenes that you create and display as artwork in your home!

Here are a few projects you will find in Stitching With Jane Foster:

Thank you to Walter Foster Jr., an imprint of The Quarto Group, for providing me with a copy of this book for my review! Visit the QuartoKnows website for more about Stitching With Jane Foster.

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