MORE SEWING for the HOME- Singer Sewing Reference Library
Created by- the editors of CD Inc. in cooperation with the Singer Education Department
Although this book is very dated (1987), unless you are a fan of the 80’s decor, you won’t be perhaps impressed with the window treatments
and some of the sewing applications you find here. However, it is a very practical book for any sewer who likes to make things for the home.
You will learn things for fabric selection, care and matching prints.
Seams & hems, sewing with sheets, making a pillow sham or duvet cover and other things that are timeless soft sewn decor needed any century we live in.
Do you like to make box cushions with a welt. This book has instruction for you to do that too.
You are the decorator when you sew for your home. The prospect can be as overwhelming as planning and coordinating the window treatments,
pillows and accessories for an entire new home, or it can be as simple as selecting a fabric for a kitchen curtain.
Devise a plan for your sewing project and then work step by step. Break a project down into smaller parts.
This book will help you build a plan, keep records of samples and pictures if you need and show you how to find the resources you need.
This book is especially helpful if you will be teaching others about fabric or sewing, or want to get into the sewing field in any capacity or category.
Paperback – Very Good Condition – smoke free – No markings, no tears
Price includes shipping. (I ship within 2-3 business days.)
- Publisher : Cy DeCosse Incorporated (1987)
- Language : English
- Hardcover : 124 pages
- Item Weight : 14.9 ounces
- Dimensions : 8 x .5 x .45 x 10.75 inches