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    Sew Emoji Book

    Sew Emoji
    Gailen Runge
    Make this darling bedroom set for your favorite kid, young adult, or anyone young at heart! Combine thirty-five popular emojis to create four fast, fun and easy projects—a twin-size quilt, throw pillows, a pillowcase, and a bolster. Then mix and match sixty facial features, including hearts, tears, eyes, mouths, sunglasses, tongues, and a halo, with suggestions for thirty additional emoji faces, plus four popular hand emojis (fist bump, peace sign, thumbs up, and praise) and the strangely popular poop emoji. With beginner-friendly projects and instructions, this book has everything you need to know to sew emojis!
    Softcover; 64 pages
    SKU: A269
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    Sew Emoji Gailen Runge Make this darling bedroom set for your favorite kid, young adult, or anyone young at heart! Combine thirty-five popular emojis to create four fast, fun and easy projects—a twin-size quilt, throw pillows, a pillowcase, and a bolster. Then mix and match sixty facial features, including hearts, tears, eyes, mouths, sunglasses, tongues, and a halo, with suggestions for thirty additional emoji faces, plus four popular hand emojis (fist bump, peace sign, thumbs up, and praise) and the strangely popular poop emoji. With beginner-friendly projects and instructions, this book has everything you need to know to sew emojis! Softcover; 64 pages

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