New Release Books by Patty Young

Patty Young is the author of MODKID Summer Fun (2014), Sewing Modkid Style (2012) and The Starbuck Fire, Clark County, Kansas (2018).

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MODKID Summer Fun

release date: Feb 01, 2014
MODKID Summer Fun
The bestselling author of Patternless Sewing Mod Style guides you through stitching cute and affordable warm weather designs for your dolls. Patty Young, of ever-popular MODKID®, debuts her newest collection of vacation outfits and accessories for 18” dolls in MODKID® Summer Fun. Featuring fashionable details like ruching, gusseted pockets, and gathers, the full-size patterns come in a handy pattern pack format (and can be downloaded to your computer), including an easy-to-follow instruction booklet. From a swimsuit and cover-up to a sleeping bag and beach tote, these miniature designs are simple to make and stylish to boot! “The perfect addition to your collection if you have a child or know anyone who has a child with a love of 18-inch dolls . . . Patty’s book is full of colored images, detailed instructions, and creative projects that fit the needs of every 18-inch doll across the globe. If you are familiar with Modkid patterns, these will not disappoint in the clarity and style you have come to expect. I love that many of the designs in this book have a kid-sized counterpart available off the rack or in PDF patterns.”—Pattern Revolution

Sewing Modkid Style

release date: Mar 01, 2012
Sewing Modkid Style
Showcases patterns, photos and instructions for 20 colorful and playful designs for children's wear, with each project customizable from age 2 to 10.

The Starbuck Fire, Clark County, Kansas

release date: Jan 01, 2018
The Starbuck Fire, Clark County, Kansas
"The Ashland Library would like to thank everyone who contributed to this book. The project was funded by the Kansas Health Foundation and the Kansas Humanities Council. Although that support was invaluable, the support of many in the community helped make this book a reality. The stories that friends and neighbors shared about their experiences through the Starbuck Fire, March 6, 2017, are the heart of this book...Each story reflects the strength of the people who survived the fire. Those who were interviewed generaously shared their experiences, their fears, and their hope for the future. Many of the stories reflect the community's gratitude for the generosity of strangers who have helped in untold ways, and all touch on the importance of family, faith, and friendship in Clark County, Kansas. The book was written to preserve the memories of those who lived through the Starbuck Fire and to present them in context of the months following the fire..." -- Foreward.


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