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Simple Sewing

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A how-to book of sewing featuring seven great projects and not one sewing machine. Each project has been designed to tolorate big stitches and still rate high on the "look-what-I-made" scale of satisfaction.
Spiral-bound, 56 pages
Published April 1st 1999 by Klutz
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Klutz is a publishing company started in Palo Alto, California in 1977 and acquired by Scholastic Inc. in 2002. The first Klutz book was a how-to guide titled Juggling for the Complete Klutz, which came provided with juggling beanbags attached in a mesh bag. The book was created by three friends who graduated from Stanford University: Darrell Lorentzen, John Cassidy, and B.C. Rimbeaux. Since then ...more
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