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BRIGHT by Making
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BRIGHT is the newest multi-format publication from the team at Making. BRIGHT focuses on centering diverse voices, wellness, repurposing, a respectful relationship to the environment, and the multitude of ways the act of making and craftivism touch our daily lives.
BRIGHT Vol. 1 (Spring 2022), includes:
The Colette Guide to Sewing Knits, Alyson Clair
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Learn to sew with knits and create the wearable wardrobe you've dreamed of. Create comfortable, beautiful garments quickly and easily using techniques taught by a fashion industry insider. You'll learn all the basics, from the ins and outs of the machinery to the best finishing techniques. Alyson Clair shows you that anyone can sew with knits!
And Sew to Bed by Caro Cutts and Alison Beadnell
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A pleated camisole and shorts set, a holiday kaftan, a vintage lace nightdress, and a kimono with taffeta trim: these 30 sewing projects for nightwear and accessories include items for both adults and children. Includes a comprehensive techniques section and full-size patterns and templates for all the projects.
Publisher: Cico Books
Stitch Savvy by Deborah Moebes
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Follow five "tracks" of sewing, each with five tiers of difficulty, for a total of 25 fun projects that will help you learn new sewing techniques and gain confidence and experience in your sewing! Includes CD of patterns and templates.
Deborah Moebes, author of the bestselling book Stitch By Stitch, wrote Stitch Savvy: 25 Skill-Building Projects to Take Your Sewing to the Next Level to help sewists determine their own progression in the craft.
Publisher: Krause Publications
The Colette Sewing Handbook: Inspired Styles and Classic Techniques for the New Seamstress by by Sarai Mitnick
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Five simple fundamentals can help you perfect any sewing project: a thoughtful plan, a precise pattern, a fantastic fit, a beautiful fabric, and a fine finish. With these core ideas, this book shows you how to start sewing the wardrobe of your dreams.
Publish date: November 2011
BurdaStyle Sewing Vintage Modern by Nora Abousteit
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Fashion trends come and go, but certain iconic styles never fade. Make them for yourself with BurdaStyle’s new guide to sewing fashion through the decades. Five adaptable master patterns for tops, dresses, and pants are transformed into 19 projects for both women and men that draw inspiration from key fashion moments, from the Roaring Twenties to the Awesome Eighties.
Includes techniques for customizing the enclosed master patterns into new design variations, all perfectly fitted for you. You’ll also get a taste of fashion history—the essential designers, signature trends, and style icons from each era, including Coco Chanel, Audrey Hepburn, and Yves Saint Laurent. This is a follow-up to The BurdaStyle Sewing Handbook.
Publisher: Potter Craft
Publish date: December 2012
Weekend Sewing by Heather Ross
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Alabama Stitch Book by Natalie Chanin
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Vogue magazine describes the fashions of Natalie Chanin, founder of Alabama Chanin, as “haute homespun out of the Deep South.” The company is known for the cutting-edge twist it puts on tried-and-true sewing, quilting, and embroidery techniques, applied mostly by hand to recycled cotton jersey.
After living in New York and Vienna for more than 20 years, Natalie Chanin began to transform cotton T-shirts into high fashion using the needlework skills she learned as a child in Florence, Alabama. When she moved home, Chanin hired local women (many of whom had worked in the state’s now-defunct textile factories) to stitch her couture collections with her.
Photographer: Robert Rausch
Publish date: March 2008