A step-by-step guide to your New Home sewing machine

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Chilton Book Co., 1992 - Architecture - 244 pages
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-- Clear step-by-step Illustrations-- Lesson-based projects-- Utilizes best stitches and presser feet for each machine-- Teaches beginners how to use their machine-- Assists advanced sewers in learning more about the capabilities of their machine

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A step-by-step guide to your New Home sewing machine

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While the checklists and charts are specific to the New Home sewing machine, the illustrations and text are similar to the other titles in the series (e.g., Saunders's A Step-by-Step Guide to Your ... Read full review

Contents

MEET YOUR NEW HOME
3
MEET YOUR NEW HOME 1
21
Assemble Your Tools
24
Copyright

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About the author (1992)

Jan Saunders is a nationally known sewing and surging journalist and home economist. After graduating from Adrian College in Michigan, she became the Education Director of one of the largest sewing machine companies in the country, and then the Director of Consumer Education for the largest fabric chain in the country. Both professional experiences gave her a solid foundation in the home sewing industry, which she continues to service with her many writing, marketing, and industry consulting projects.

Jan Saunders Maresh is a nationally known sewing instructor, educator and journalist, and has worked as the education director for Viking Sewing Machine Company and as the director of consumer education for JoAnn Fabrics and Crafts. She is the bestselling author of 13 sewing books and a frequent guest on national sewing TV shows.

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