Easy, Easier, Easiest Tailoring

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Palmer/Pletsch Incorporated, 1983 - Crafts & Hobbies - 128 pages
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You must evaluate your time, talent, patience, budget, and wardrobe plans and then choose tailoring methods to meet your needs. So you can be a snob and "custom" tailor if that is your choice. But you will also find some sneaky, speedy ways to have a great looking blazer in 1/4th the time with 1/4th the hassle. Using the "Easiest" methods, we can crank one out in 8 hours - and YOU can too! Read the entire book first! Then...think positively, your new blazer is going to make Calvin Klein think he needs sewing lessons! Decide which methods meet your talents and needs. Plan your work so that it will progress smoothly and rapidly. Then smile and pat yourself on the back. Isn't tailoring easy!

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Debbie's Sewing Projects -- Double Welt Pocket
... and Easy, Easier, Easiest Tailoring. Frankly, I don't know why everyone who sews isn't doing their welts this way instead of avoiding them. ...
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Easy, Easier, Easiest Tailoring. by Pati Palmer, Susan Pletsch. 128 pages 5½" x 8½". Learn four tailoring methods, easy fit tips, goof-proof bound ...
www.nwnet.co.uk/ bramwell/ ppbooks.htm

About the author (1983)

Pati Palmer is the CEO of Palmer/Pletsch Publishing and a designer and consultant for the McCall Pattern Company. She is the coauthor of Sewing with Sergers. Susan Pletsch is the author of Smart Packing for Today’s Traveler. They are the coauthors of Mother Pletsch's Painless Sewing, and they both live in Portland, Oregon.

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