Stitch Savvy

Stitch Savvy : 25 Skill-Building Projects to Take Your Sewing Technique to the Next Level

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5 tracks x 5 projects x Loads of Versatile Techniques = 25 Awesome Projects to Master Sewing! In Stitch Savvy, there are 5 tracks (home decor, handbags, kids' items, quilting and clothing), and each track has 5 projects that start simple and build up your skills. But wait, there's more! Cross-referenced techniques allow you to skip around and explore certain skills. (You loved the box pleats in the Sashiko curtains? Check out the A-line skirt with the peek-a-boo pleat!) So customize your sewing education! * Work your way through all the Home Decor projects--from simple to more advanced. * Want to ease into sewing? Start with the Level 1 projects in each track. * Love piping? Jump from track to track to explore all the ways you can use piping. This book is designed specifically to allow you to grow your skills, pursue projects you crave and test the waters outside your comfort zone--and make some seriously cute projects as you do. BONUS CD includes 13 PDF patterns for apparel, accessories and home decor, quilting guides and more!

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  • Hardback | 224 pages
  • 228.6 x 254 x 27.94mm | 1,065.94g
  • F&W Publications Inc
  • OhioUnited States
  • English
  • 300 colour illustrations
  • 1440229473
  • 9781440229473
  • 190,022

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\With photos of the step-by-step instructions and advice given with Deborah's energetic writing style, this book conveys both Deborah's experience as a teacher as well as her enthusiasm for sewing.\" --Ellen Lucket Baker, The Long Thread"

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About Deborah Moebes

The author of the bestselling Stitch-by-Stitch, Deborah Moebes is a fifth-generation crafter and designer. Deborah is the owner of Whipstitch Fabrics, a thriving fabric shop and sewing lounge in the heart of Atlanta. She continues to add workshops and sewing events throughout the year, and regularly blogs tutorials, projects, and articles on the new sewing culture. Website: blog: Twitter:

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