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Sewing Green by Betz White
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Dec 14, 2009

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bookshelves: art-and-crafts, visual
Read in December, 2009

Good introduction to ideas about repurposing materials and using economical and environmental ideas for simple projects. Some interesting stories about individuals working in green textiles, although I would prefer to see more projects and fewer and shorter stories.

However, if you're not into felt or plastic, this book is less useful, as that rules out over half of the projects. I also have concerns about the environmental and health effects of using Polyurethane laminated fabric for food-holding/serving projects.

Available through San Francisco Public Library system.
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