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Sew & Stow by Betty Oppenheimer
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Mar 06, 12

Read in March, 2012

I consider myself a novice sewer, and I would buy this book.

* Most patterns use less than 3 yards of fabric, so it's great for learning new techniques without the fear of totally screwing up.
* Almost all of the patterns are sewn in a straight line
* Patterns in each chapter start easy and introduce more challenging skills
* The designer suggests different ways to modify each pattern and other suggested uses
* Measurements are given for each pattern, so no need to print off from a CD ROM like most books

I'll be using the patterns in this book to increase my confidence in sewing.

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