Fabric manipulation - the art of creating constructed textiles - is demystified in this encyclopedia of sewing techniques.
- Features 150 creative sewing techniques, from smocking, trapunto quilting and reverse applique to Suffolk puffs, pleating and shirring.
- Includes hundreds of diagrams and photographs to illustrate the traditional and contemporary methods.
- Creative project ideas show practical applications for many of the fabric manipulation techniques.
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About the Author
Ruth Singer is an experienced author with a reputation for her fabric manipulation work. She has published two previous titles Sew Eco and Sew It Up. She has worked as a designer-maker since 2005 and runs workshops for adults and children. Ruth is also very active on Twitter and other online social media platforms. www.ruthsinger.com