School Library JournalYA Like its companion, Sewing Essentials (Random, 1984), Sewing for Style uses more than 400 exceptionally clear color photographs to illustrate sewing techniques, this time the extra touches that add style and finish to a garment. Subjects covered include pockets, collars, tailoring, linings and trims. This is not a beginner's book, but could be used by anyone with only a little (or a lot) of sewing experience who wishes to sew better.
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