Encyclopedia of Sewing Machine Techniques

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Sterling Publishing Company, 2007 - Crafts & Hobbies - 336 pages
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If the sewing machine does it, then the technique is here! Anyone looking for advice on those indispensable basics will find a variety of ways to do bias binding, buttonholes, edge finishes, gathering, hem finishes, mitering corners, seam finishes, topstitching, and zippers. Or sewers can learn how to make any item eye-catching with an array of creative touches, including appliqu , crisscross chain stitching, eyelet embroidery, and lacework. Every technique comes complete with machine setups and guidance on fabrics, stitching, needles, threads, tension, and the presser foot.

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User Review  - KC_in_KS - LibraryThing

Great reference book, and lots of inspiration for new things to try. I kept saying "you can do THAT?" OK, so maybe some of the techniques could be done easier with a specialized piece of equipment ... Read full review

Encyclopedia of Machine Sewing Techniques

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I LOVE the book! It has any information that one would really have to search for elsewhere. The price was great the shipping great so what are you waiting for Order it and have a machine sewing encyclopedia at your fingertips! Read full review


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