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Sewing Pretty Little Accessories

Author: Cherie Lee
Publisher: Design Originals
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"Handmade gifts, 38 projects of remnants."


Sewing Pretty Little Things

Author: Cherie Lee
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"Presents step-by-step instructions on using small fabric remnants to create a variety of bags and clutches. Includes sixteen diverse projects like backpacks, evening bags, coin purses, and lunch bags, and a detailed techniques section of useful skills to apply to the projects."--


Sew Me Sewing Basics

Author: Choly Knight
Publisher: Fox Chapel Publishing
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This is the perfect book for anyone who wants to learn how to sew, or just needs a quick refresher course. Friendly and easy-to-follow directions will have you sewing with confidence, making repairs, and creating new garments from scratch. From cutting patterns and sewing seams to binding edges, gathering fabric and installing zippers, each new skill is accompanied by a quick practice exercise to try, allowing you to learn as you sew. Fifteen simple and straightforward projects are provided for sewing fun accessories from plushies and pincushions to placemats, hand towels, hats and more.


Love Embroidery

Author: Future Publishing Limited
Publisher: Fox Chapel Publishing
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Embellish your world with beautiful embroidery! Inside Love Embroidery you'll find expert tips for both hand embroidery and freehand machine embroidery techniques, along with 56 simple but stylish projects for customizing your wardrobe, revamping your home, and making fabulous gifts. Inspirational ideas from leading designers are provided for every skill level. Start with easy projects and move into more complex designs once you've mastered the basics. Includes useful step-by-step stitch guides, advice on fabric, threads and finishing, and tips on creating original designs.


Sewing Pretty Bags

Author: Debra Valencia
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Why buy an ordinary off-the-shelf bag, when you can sew a cute bag in just a day or a weekend? Make your own pretty bag that really sets you apart from the crowd. Sewing Pretty Bags shows you how, with simple sewing projects to stitch and love. Sewing sisters Debra and Cheyanne Valencia present 12 quick and easy projects for sewing boutique handbags, shopping totes, pouches, and more. With step-by-step instructions and fresh, modern designs, they show how to make beautiful bags for both fashion and functional uses. Get inspired to express your unique personality with the stunning prints and colors of today’s contemporary fabrics. You’ll look stylish carrying your one-of-a-kind accessory, personalized with fancy trims, pockets, beads, flowers, or embroidery.


Secrets of the Sewing Bee

Author: Kate Thompson
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Secrets of the Sewing Bee tells the story of the defiant and courageous women on the home front, from Kate Thompson, author of Secrets of the Singer Girls. Orphan Flossy Brown arrives at Trout's garment factory in Bethnal Green amidst the uncertainty of the Second World War. In 1940s London, each cobbled street is strewn with ghosts of soldiers past, all struggling to make ends meet. For the women of the East End, their battles are on the home front. Flossy is quickly embraced by the colourful mix of characters working at Trout's, who have turned their sewing expertise to vital war work. They fast become the family that Flossy has always longed for. Dolly Doolaney, darling of the East End, and infamous tea lady, gives her a particularly warm welcome and helps Flossy settle into wartime life. Things aren't so easy for Peggy Piper, another new recruit at the factory. She's used to the high life working as a nippie in the West End, and is not best pleased to find herself bent over a sewing machine. But war has the ability to break down all sorts of class barriers and soon Peggy finds the generosity and spirit of her fellow workers difficult to resist. Dolly sets up a sewing circle and the ladies at Trout's play their part in defending the frontline as they arm themselves with their needles and set about stitching their way to victory. But as the full force of the Blitz hits London, the sewing bee are forced to shelter in the underground tube stations on a nightly basis. In such close quarters, can Dolly manage to contain the secret that binds them all? And how will Peggy and Flossy cope as their lives are shaped and moved by forces outside of their control?


We Love to Sew

Author: Annabel Wrigley
Publisher: C&T Publishing Inc
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Presents twenty-eight projects to sew for the beginning crafter, providing tips on essential sewing techniques and including such sewing projects as hair barrettes, tote bags, pillows, and stuffed toys.


Sewing for All Seasons

Author: Susan Beal
Publisher: Chronicle Books
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From autumn's bursts of orange and red to spring's lush greens, summer's long-lasting golden light and winter's cool whites and grays, the changing seasons provide endless artistic inspiration. In Sewing for All Seasons, author Susan Beal offers 24 beautiful projects imbued with the spirit of each season. Home sewists will enjoy stitching a cozy patchwork throw for autumn, a bright gardening apron to welcome spring, a colorful picnic quilt for summer, and soft woolen slippers for those chilly winter nights. With how-to illustrations, helpful templates and patterns, tons of color, and eye-catching photography, this book will leap off shelves and inspire crafters all year long.


Pretty Little Potholders

Author: Valerie Van Arsdale Shrader
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Provides instructions for thirty-two potholders and such other hot-handling items as hot pads, oven mitts, trivets, and handle covers.


Pretty Little Things to Make

Author: Judith More
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Features new patterns for traditional heirloom designs. Modern photographs of the projects are accompanied by classic illustration. Create your own heirloom from simple-to-make designs sourced from around the world – box-fresh snowdrop bootees in milk cotton yarn, a crisp little boy blue shirt and an adorable lazy daisy pinafore. Traditional vintage designs from the author’s extensive collection are complemented by new patterns created in vintage style – using vintage or vintage-inspired natural fabrics. Projects also include short-cut ideas and variations that recycle vintage household items. These beautiful little projects will make the perfect keepsake that wil be loved for generations. (35,000 words)