Fabric Scrapping

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Sterling Publishing Company, Inc., 2008 - Crafts & Hobbies - 144 pages
It’s a question every sewing enthusiast asks--what to do with all those leftover odds and ends? Wonder no more, because you can take those scrap fabrics, buttons, lace remnants, and other materials and create this vast assortment of fun and creative projects. Using buttonhole and chain stitches, make a Decorated Apron with fabric adornments such as appliqu s. Join multiple fabrics to put together a Patchwork Tea Cozy and Coffeepot Sleeve, or rest easy on a Silk Scarf Bolster pillow. They’re all simple enough for novices to tackle, but offer intermediate and even advanced crafters a wealth of great ideas. Embroidery, sewing, using ribbons and trims, and patchwork techniques are all covered, as are sewing box basics.
 

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Fabric Scrapping: Creative and Fun Sewing Ideas for the Home

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Most crafters who create with fabric have a stash of scraps that are too large to throw away but too small to use. Former magazine editor Ebben presents a number of creative solutions to the scrap ... Read full review

Contents

Introduction
ix
Use it up
16
Easy ideas for really small scraps
46
Cover it up
66
Decorative applique and embroidery
90
Pretty patchwork with a modern twist
120
Index
143
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