Sew Up a Home Makeover
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Sew Up a Home Makeover

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Give your home a fresh new look. Lexie Barnes shows you how to quickly and inexpensively personalize your living space with 50 fun, pattern-free sewing projects that are highly adaptable and visually inspiring. Dramatic before-and-after photographs demonstrate how easy it is to brighten your living room with a custom-designed slipcover or give new life to a bedroom with a colorful headboard cover, lampshade, and matching window treatments. Get sewing and transform your home into the stylish abode you've always craved.
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Product details

  • Paperback | 160 pages
  • 200.66 x 226.06 x 12.7mm | 408.23g
  • North Adams, United States
  • English
  • Illustrations, unspecified
  • 160342797X
  • 9781603427975
  • 609,031

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Refresh Your Home with Fabulous Fabrics

Beautiful fabrics and basic sewing skills elevate any room from tired to inspired in just a few hours. These fifty projects are inexpensive to make and easily customized to suit your taste and furniture proportions. Simple instructions -- some projects don't require sewing at all -- and complete materials lists will have you making everything from pillows and slipcovers for your sofa to lampshades and colorful art for your walls. You'll be delighted with the style and energy fabric can bring to your home.
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Review quote

With a sewing machine and fabric, plus a few household tools (scissors and tape measure, for two), anyone, claims self-taught designer-author Barnes, can make over a chair, a table, or a room.
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58 ratings
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3 34% (20)
2 12% (7)
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