Sew Teen: Make Your Own Cool Clothes

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Sixth&Spring Books, 2006 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 160 pages
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Sewing is trendy, sewing is cool, and sewing is something teens want to do. They can, with this guide geared just to their tastes and needs. It provides the basic techniques and terminology to get them started, plus more than 20 patternless projects that range from "no-sew” simple to more advanced skills such as ruching. These super-stylish garments and accessories--all on target for their age-group and fresh off the pages of the latest magazines--will really have young fashionistas buzzing. Projects include a cute scarf skirt with a handkerchief hem, an adorable halter top and baby-doll tunic, a patchwork slouch bag, and a long scarf with two-toned sides. SEW TEEN will have young style-setters at their machines SEW quickly!

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User Review  - grannycarlyn -

My 11 yr. old loves it wants to make everything in the book. She has already made 3 blouses and is working on the 4th. My 24 yr.old also loves it. Read full review

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