A Stitch in Time: A Complete Guide to Recycling Clothing and Odds-And-Ends Sewing

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Horizon Publishers & Distributors, 1983 - Crafts & Hobbies - 80 pages
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A Stitch in Time: a Complete Guide to Recycling Clothing and Odds-and-Ends SewingThis book focuses on performing home sewing effectively, in a wide variety of ways that will stretch the family budget as well as provide useful articles for every family member. It emphasizes the value of storing needed sewing tools and supplies as a means of reducing costs, saving unnecessary shopping trips, and of being prepared for emergencies that may arise.It deals with basic sewing problems which confront every homemaker: how to patch and mend worn clothing, lengthen clothing for growing children, and prepare quilts and other bedding items. a Stitch in Time tells ho to sew for the sickroom, how to reuse torn sheets, how to make a variety of useful articles from towels, and how to create new clothes form clothing others have outgrown or discarded.

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