Half Yard Home

Half Yard Home

Easy Sewing Projects Using Left-over Pieces of Fabric

Book - 2014
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Sewing superstar, Debbie Shore, has designed 40 gorgeous home accessories that can be made using half a yard of fabric or less. The projects are divided into accessories for the Living Room, Dining Room, Kitchen and Bedroom, with a special section for picnics. Clear step by step instructions and beautiful photography make it easy to create desirable projects from a tablecloth, magazine box, chair slip, napkins, napkin ring, oven mitt, apron, tea cosy, cafe curtain and jewellery roll, to a picnic place mat, bread bag and bottle bag, and more. Debbie's flair for design and eye for fresh, beautiful fabrics make these home accessories that readers will make to run up for themselves.
Publisher: Tunbridge Wells : Search Press, 2014
Copyright Date: ©2014
ISBN: 9781782211082
Characteristics: 96 pages : illustrations ; 26 cm
Call Number: 646.21 SHO


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Dec 06, 2016

I have come to really enjoy Debbie Shore's books. She is a British seamstress who designs really cute sewing projects. She always includes about 20 projects in her books and has plenty of photos and well-designed instructions. Everything you need to know is in the book and if a template is required, it's there too. Some authors send you to their website; she never does that. She also includes a visual Table of Contents so you can go to Amazon, use the search inside feature, and see the actual projects in the Table of Contents which is neat. My favorite projects in this book were the round placemats, fabric coasters that hug the glass, garment bag, jewelry roll, and reversible bag. The photographs are beautiful and projects pretty easy.


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