Left-Handed Stitcheryby Sally Cowan, Kurt Loftus (Illustrator)
For the 15% of the population who usually are left out of stitching instruction manuals, this book is a wish-come-true. Sally Cowan, a left-handed professional dressmaker, writes sympathetically for left-handed sewers. Forty varieties of straight, back, caught, blanket, buttonhole, chain, knotted, cross, couching, satin and laid filling stitches all are illustrated by 96 clear drawings of progressive steps.
- Schiffer Publishing, Ltd.
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- Product dimensions:
- 5.80(w) x 8.80(h) x 0.40(d)
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As the author, I have struggled for years to sew left-handed with right-handed products. I'm very sincere in helping others sew, especially those who are left-handed. This is a great book to give to someone who is sewing for the first time or has sewn all his/her life. On my PBS TV show, The New Keeping You In Stitches, my students and I often mention left-handed vs. right-handed. I hope you enjoy this book written out of love.