Fifty Ways to Master Your Sewing Machine
Crown Trade Paperbacks, 1996 - Crafts & Hobbies - 123 pages
Today's sewing machines allow even novice sewers to embroider and produce garments of professional quality. Computerization provides the accuracy and repeatability that was previously achieved only through years of experience. But most sewers do not employ the full capabilities of their machines. 50 Ways to Master Your Sewing Machine will change that. It picks up where the often inadequate owner's manuals leave off and guides sewers in exploring the time-saving and creative potential of their machines.
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