Free Stuff for Sewing Fanatics on the Internet

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C&T Publishing Inc, 1999 - Crafts & Hobbies - 176 pages
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This text is part of a series which helps readers locate information on their hobbies on the Internet. This volume provides information on Web sites that offer free things for all kinds of sewing topics, including tailoring, upholstery, dollmaking and sewing machine help.
  

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Contents

why your Computer May Be Your Best Sewing Buddy
6
THIS BOOK WILL GET YOU TO WHAT YOURE LOOKING FOR FASTER THAN ANYTHING ELSE WILL
7
FOR THE CHEAPEST INTERNET ACCESS HUNT FOR A LOCAL INTERNET SERVICE
8
CABLE TV OFFERS HIGH SPEED INTERNET BUT AT A PRICE
9
SATELLITE IS PRICEY BUT THE ONLY OPTION IN SOME RURAL AREAS
10
ANATOMY OF A WEB BROWSER
12
HOW TO TAP INTO A WEB PAGE
14
FIND YOUR WAY AROUND THE WEB WITHOUT GETTING LOST
15
free Advice on Thread Notions and Other Stuff at the Bottom of Your Sewing Cabinet
67
Free General Sewing Machine Help
71
free Help for Specific Brands of Sewing Machines
78
Help and Designs for Machine Embroidery
85
Help Finding HardtoFind and Vintage Patterns
97
free Help for Sewing Hats and Outerwear
102
free Help Sewing Lingerie That Really Fits
105
Tailoring Fitting and PatternDrafting Help
107

HOW TO USE BOOKMARKS
18
HOW TO PRINT WEB PAGES OR SELECTIONS FROM PAGES
21
HOW TO SAVE WEB PAGES TO YOUR COMPUTERS DISK
22
HOW TO CAPTURE IMAGES YOU FIND ON THE INTERNET
23
HOW TO DOWNLOAD SOFTWARE FROM THE INTERNET
24
HOW TO SEND EMAIL
26
HOW TO TALK TO OTHER STITCHERS ON THE INTERNET
30
HOW TO READ USENET NEWSGROUPS WITH YOUR WEB BROWSER
32
HOW TO FIND PATTERNS PEOPLE PRODUCTS AND MORE
39
sewers Favorite Web HangOuts
40
more Sewers Coffee Klatches on the Web
46
free Sewing Patterns and Project Sheets
51
free Sewing Tips Tricks and Hints from Sewers Whove Been There
55
free Thrills for Fabriholics
59
Help Sewing for People with Special Needs
111
Help Sewing with Kidsand for Kids
114
Stuff for Doll and Teddy Bear Makers
118
Help for Heirloom and Bridal Sewing
134
Fabric Embellishment HowTos
140
Help for Drapery Making Upholstering And Other Home Dec Projects
145
Patterns and Ideas for Sewing Charity Projects
151
Help for Sewing Entrepreneurs
156
Stuff for Costumers
160
Demos of PatternMaking Softwareand Help for Using It
166
ABOUT THE AUTHORS
174
index
175
FREE STUFF ON THE INTERNET SERIES
176
Copyright

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About the author (1999)

Judy Heim is a regular contributor to PC World. She is the author of several books on needlecrafting and the Internet. Judy lives in Madison, Wisconsin.

Gloria Hansen is a contributor to computer and craft publications and writes the "High-Tech Quilting" column for The Professional Quilter. Gloria lives in East Windsor, New Jersey.

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