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Martha Stewart's Encyclopedia of Sewing and Fabric Crafts: Basic Techniques Plus 150 Inspired Projects (Hardback)
  • Martha Stewart's Encyclopedia of Sewing and Fabric Crafts: Basic Techniques Plus 150 Inspired Projects (Hardback)

Martha Stewart's Encyclopedia of Sewing and Fabric Crafts: Basic Techniques Plus 150 Inspired Projects (Hardback)

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Hardback Published: 27/08/2010
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This is a treasury of sewing and fabric craft techniques and projects compiled by the undisputed queen of crafts, Martha Stewart. It comes complete with a CD-ROM containing all the patterns and templates for each sewing pattern. It features full step-by-step instructions for every sewing technique, catering for everyone from first-time dabblers to the more adventurous sewers. Over 150 projects are fully explained and beautifully shot providing practical detail and inspirational ideas. It also includes a detailed UK sources and buyer's guide, and a full rundown of the essential tools and materials necessary to make this a lasting reference. Contents include: Introduction; Basic Techniques; Sewing; Applique; Embroidery; Quilting and Patchwork; Dyeing; Printing; Projects A - Z; Animals; Aprons; Bags; Bath Linens; Bed Linens; Bibs; Blankets; Books; Clothing; Coasters; Cozies; Curtains; Decorative Pillows; Dolls; Flowers; Handkerchiefs; Nursery; Organizers; Pets; Pincushions; Pot Holders; Quilts and Patchwork; Shades; Slippers; Table Linens; Upholstery; Wall Decor; Tools and materials; CD Patterns and Templates; Suppliers; Index.

Publisher: David & Charles
ISBN: 9780715338308

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Would say it you craft on a regular basis or are new to it you would benefit from it being on yourbookshelf

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