Sewing Bits and Pieces
35 Projects Using Fabric Scraps
By Sandi Henderson
(Wiley, Paperback, 9780470539248, 176pp.)
Publication Date: April 26, 2010
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35 projects to turn your favorite fabric scraps into well-loved treasures
Sewing with scraps is an economical way to make the most of your designer fabrics-as well as a fun way to use up a stash of your favorite leftovers for smaller projects. Michael Miller fabric designer Sandi Henderson holds to the adage "waste not, want not" to deliver a collection of innovative sewing projects that lets you make the most of bits and pieces of your beloved fabrics.
From a market skirt to a butterfly pin, from an embellished table cloth to hip hair accessories, Sewing Bits and Pieces gives you 35 sewing projects to make unique pieces that are perfect for gift-giving (or keeping for yourself)!
- Features gorgeous full-color photography throughout
- Detailed instructions walk you through each project
- Sandi's popular Portabello Pixie blog is read by thousands every day
Packed with tons of fun, innovative projects, Sewing Bits and Pieces will have you creating sewing masterpieces in no time.
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