The Colette Sewing Handbook: Inspired Styles and Classic Techniques for the Modern Seamstress

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Krause Publications, Nov 16, 2011 - Crafts & Hobbies - 176 pages
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A great plan, a great pattern, a great fit, a great fabric, and a great finish: These are the five fundamentals for perfecting any sewing project. Sarai Mitnick, an independent pattern designer setting the high water mark in the industry, shares her knowledge of these fundamentals and offers five beautiful projects to go with them.

  • Powerful instruction: A former expert in user experience in the tech industry, Sarai Mitnick's Colette Patterns line has gained a great deal of respect for comprehensive, clear instruction.
  • Comprehensive resource: The chapters cover sewing techniques, planning and fitting, working with patterns, working with fabrics, working with linings, finishing techniques--in essence, each chapter focuses on what the entirety of another book might cover.
  • Gorgeous package: Pitch-perfect combination of illustration, step-by-step photography and beautiful project shots, all with a clean, lovely design.
*Disclaimer: eBook does not include Tissue Enclosures as enclosed with print book.

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About the author (2011)

Sarai Mitnick is the owner of Colette Patterns. A lover of vintage styles and beautiful detail, Sarai founded Colette Patterns when she discovered a lack of modern sewing patterns for design-oriented sewers, and it has been growing by leaps and bounds ever since. She has written for Design Sponge, Modern Seamster magazine, The Storque (Etsy's blog), and DIY City Mag. Sarai Mitnick lives in Portland, OR.

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