Donna Kooler's Encyclopedia of Sewing is a must for everyone who sews, no matter what your skill level. In the elegant style of Kooler Design Studio's previous encyclopedias, these 240 pages are wonderfully filled with the history of sewing, basic techniques, custom details, quilting, home decor, and embellishments. Also included are garment techniques with small-scale practice patterns, and 12 projects by top designers, with something for every skill level. Projects include a retro apron, mixed-media purse, simple skirt, embroidered quilt, and casual jacket, among others. Beautiful photography and easy-to-follow techniques make this a required addition to any sewing library.
Posted by Julia on 28th Apr 2013
I was looking for a sewing book to review the basics and to help me move beyond them to a more challenging level in my sewing. This book does that and it has some great patterns I can use to practice my sewing skills. This is a wonderful resource for me to have as an ebook on my iPad.
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