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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
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Hardcover, 224 pages
Published December 22nd 2012 by Krause Publications (first published November 8th 2012)
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Judi
May 20, 2014 Judi added it
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This is a really nice book, with projects that are contemporary as well as timeless. I can see myself making most of these. She includes lots of illustrations and instructions as well. I do find a few things lacking. She does not include key components in her materials list, like the handles for her elbow bag or the clasp for the evening clutch, nor does she mention what size they are. I also could not find a measurement guide for the sized patterns for the womens clothing (labeled size 2 to 20) ...more
Sarah Cofer
Lots of great patterns! I made the "Fabric Picnic (anytime) Basket" and modified it a bit. Now I call it my thirty-one knock off bag. (I've actually had 2 people ask me if it was a Thirty-One bag!) I really want to make several other things in this book. Might be one to purchase for my personal collection
Debra
This book presents a variety of sewing projects suitable for any skill level. There are bag projects, home dec projects and projects for children, all presented in full color. Accompanying the book is a CD containing patterns for the projects that need them. Recommended.
Stacy
Cute ideas to help improve your sewing skills. About as many color photographs as words; includes a CD-ROM.
Susan Dunlop
Continuing on from the first book, Stitch by Stitch: Learning to Sew, One Project at a Time, this book will take your skills to the next level. More lovely projects and good instruction throughout.
Joanna
Some good clear patterns and a great CD with pattern pieces.
Elisa
I want to make the little girl reversible dress in my size, the little boy pea coat in my size, possibly the skirt, and a whole bunch of the wherever jacket. I want to bind stuff! With cute bias tape! I'm ready, let's sew!!
Allison
none of the projects interested me much but otherwise good.
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