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Sew What! Fleece: Get Comfy with 35 Heat-to-Toe, Easy-to-Sew Projects!

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Don't be hemmed in by traditional patterns! The Sew What! series introduces you to a whole new sewing style — free-form, improvisational, and self-expressive. With no prior experience, you can easily create simple, colorful wearables using not much more than a tape measure, some fabric, and a basic sewing machine.

In Sew What! Fleece, designers Carol Jessop and Chaila Sekor
Spiral-bound, 160 pages
Published August 30th 2007 by Storey Publishing, LLC
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Liked many of the ideas. Many are very easy. Shows how to make own patterns that fit you personally. Mostly for women, with some baby and dog patterns.
Some cute and easy ideas that I'll totally need to try. My favorite pattern is the easy wrap with the fringe.
I wish it was cold enough, where I live, to wear fleece. This book is too cute.
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