Within the pages of this book you will find 26 sewing-themed designs; from felt hearts, patchwork umbrellas and tartan ribbon to cute buttons, quaint teacups and pretty bunting. There's also stitched bunny rabbits and fabric dolls to maximise the cute factor! Here are a few images from the book.
There is nothing I would describe as too intricate or fiddly in these illustrations, so it is suitable for most colourists.
Helen's art is really lovely and for the most part I adore this book, but there are a few gripes I have with the positioning of the drawings. Some of the 'full page' designs do not sit square in the centre and have not been sized correctly to fill the page. Also, there are a couple of very small illustrations (see the hearts on ribbon in the slideshow above) that seem lost on the white expanse of the page. I feel these smaller illustrations would be better suited to a page full of these types of item to make better use of the space.
Overall, Sew Colourful is an adorable book that sewing fans are sure to love. Here's my finished page.
Sew Colourful by Helen the Doodler