Me and My Sewing Machine : A Beginner's Guide Other printed item
by Kate Haxell
There are no scary couture-type techniques that real sewers never use, no painstaking procedures that don't actually make your sewing easier, or help it look better, and no complicated methods of doing anything.
Instead you will find easy-to-understand, practical and decorative techniques that make sewing simple, even if you have never used a machine before.
There are lots of clever tips plus shortcuts that can make things faster and easier to do, with clear advice on when you can use these speedy methods and when it really is better to do something the traditional way.
Everything is illustrated with clear step-by-step photography and finished samples, with variation samples where appropriate.
As well as techniques, there are some easy projects you can make on your sewing machine and although they are simple, they don't skimp on style.
- Format: Other printed item
- Pages: 128 pages, colour illustrations
- Publisher: Apple Press
- Publication Date: 15/04/2010
- Category: Needlework & fabric crafts
- ISBN: 9781845433536
- EPUB from £9.11
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Review by RomneyMarsh
Good all round instruction book for sewing machines. Covers a wide range of techniques in a clear style.