Garments with Style: Adding Flair to Tops, Jackets, Vests, Dresses and More!
First there was the sweatshirt: plain, basic, and comfortable. Then Mary Mulari came along and suddenly everybody's favorite garment had pizzazz, style-even class! Let Mulari introduce you to the fun and creativity of decorating, altering, and revamping sweatshirts, vests, jackets, and dresses. More than 100 individual projects with clear, concise directions.
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