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Sewing the New Classics: Clothes with Easy Style
by Carol Parks
Make 10 wardrobe essentials that will remain in style for years, with the scaled patterns, comprehensive instructions, and inspiration. Even a sewer with limited experience will be able to make a traditional shirt, a collarless tunic, a T-shirt, a straight skirt, a full skirt, elastic-waist pants, tailored pants, a jacket, a fitted waistcoat, and a big vest or jacket.
Hardcover, 144 pages
Published October 1st 1995 by Sterling Publishing (NY)
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Disclaimer: I haven't actually *made* anything using this book, so I have no idea what the quality of the patterns are. But I love to browse it; it inspires me to stick with simple classic long-lasting clothes rather than to jump into the latest craze that'll look dated before the garment wears out.