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Fabric-By-Fabric One-Yard Wonders : 101 Sewing Projects Using Cottons, Knits, Voiles, Corduroy, Fleece, Flannel, Home Dec, Oilcloth, Wool, and Beyond [
by Rebecca Yaker and Patricia Hoskins and Tara Donne and Raina Kattelson


Overview - This One-Yard Wonders collection organizes projects by fabric type so that you can make the most of each cloth s unique characteristics. Find the best uses for all your different fabrics as you learn to use stretchy jersey knits for a ruffle scarf, lightweight cotton voile for a girl s sundress, and sturdy corduroy for a tote.  Read more...

 
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More About Fabric-By-Fabric One-Yard Wonders by Rebecca Yaker; Patricia Hoskins; Tara Donne; Raina Kattelson
 
 
 
Overview
This One-Yard Wonders collection organizes projects by fabric type so that you can make the most of each cloth s unique characteristics. Find the best uses for all your different fabrics as you learn to use stretchy jersey knits for a ruffle scarf, lightweight cotton voile for a girl s sundress, and sturdy corduroy for a tote. Easy-to-follow illustrated instructions are provided for 101 projects, each requiring just a single yard of fabric. Get inspired and show off your individual style, one yard at a time "

 
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  • ISBN-13: 9781603425865
  • ISBN-10: 1603425861
  • Publisher: Storey Publishing
  • Publish Date: November 2011
  • Page Count: 416

Series: One-Yard Wonders

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Books > Crafts & Hobbies > Sewing

 
Publishers Weekly Reviews

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  • Reviewed in: Publishers Weekly, page .
  • Review Date: 2011-10-17
  • Reviewer: Staff

Yaker and Hoskins (One-Yard Wonders) return with 101 more projects compiled from various contributors that require only one yard of fabric. This collection is organized by type of fabric, and perhaps its greatest utility is the explanations of how to sew best with each. The projects are heavy on kids clothes, decorative pillows, and handbags, though other decorative home items are also included. Although projects vary from fairly simple to more advanced, the directions assume a more than basic understanding of sewing methods and terms. Illustrations help explain some, but not all, steps. Every project includes a color photo of the finished product and a cutting layout for either the included pattern or with measurements of pieces. With so many projects included, most sewers will find some worth pursuing. At the very least, the book provides a sense of the process and possibilities for using various cotton weights, wovens, corduroy, fleece, wool, knits, and other fabrics. Full color; patterns not seen by PW. (Dec.)

 
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