6 September 2017

Love at First Stitch - Finalement en français!

Couture pour les grandes debutantes - Tilly and the Buttons
Great news for French readers - my book Love at First Stitch is now en français! You can order Couture pour les grandes débutantes from Amazon.fr.

From the outset I've been dreaming of seeing the book in French, and it has finally found a publisher in Editions Marie Claire. Hooray! 

Couture pour les grandes debutantes - Tilly and the Buttons
Couture pour les grandes debutantes - Tilly and the Buttons
Couture pour les grandes debutantes - Tilly and the Buttons

Couture pour les grandes débutantes will take you through essential dressmaking techniques - from the basics of threading the machine through to creating a wardrobe full of gorgeous garments you'll be proud to say you made yourself. It includes five full scale printed patterns, plus instructions on how to customise them with different design details.

Take a look at what people are making on Instagram by searching the hashtag #LoveAtFirstStitch.

Couture pour les grandes debutantes - Tilly and the Buttons
Couture pour les grandes debutantes - Tilly and the Buttons
Couture pour les grandes debutantes - Tilly and the Buttons

The book is now in ten different international editions - 
UK EnglishCzechDanishDutchFinnishFrenchGermanNorth American English, Norwegian and Swedish. Needless to say, I'd love to see it in more languages! The way it works is that the UK publisher needs to find an international publisher who wants to release the book. If you have a suggestion for who would want to publish it in a different language, do let me know!

Thank you so much for your support!

1 comment:

  1. Hey Tilly, I´m halfway through the Norwegian version of "Love at first stich" and are learning a lot. So thank you! I love you’re quirky and fun approach. I´m just wondering if you guys take wishes when it comes to the patterns you make? I found a dress I love a while ago, but it doesn’t fit my figure, and I would love to sew it ... But I can’t find a pattern.

    Sincerely Marthe

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