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Pillows, Cushions and Tuffets
     

Pillows, Cushions and Tuffets

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by Carol Zentgraf
 

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  • Over 50 pillow, tuffet, and cushion projects
  • Clear, easy, step-by-step directions and abundant photographs
  • Great tips on fabric selection, assembly, and sewing techniques

    Much of the fun of decorating is mixing and matching fabrics to create an inviting ensemble, and you'll find plenty of ideas in Pillows, Cushions, Tuffets.

  • Overview

  • Over 50 pillow, tuffet, and cushion projects
  • Clear, easy, step-by-step directions and abundant photographs
  • Great tips on fabric selection, assembly, and sewing techniques

    Much of the fun of decorating is mixing and matching fabrics to create an inviting ensemble, and you'll find plenty of ideas in Pillows, Cushions, Tuffets. Author Carol Zentgraf shows you how to choose the fabrics and embellishments to create dozens of pillows, cushions, and tuffets - from funky to upscale designs. Inside, you'll learn all the sewing techniques and trade secrets to create gorgeous accessories for every room in your home.

  • Product Details

    ISBN-13:
    9781440220388
    Publisher:
    F+W Media
    Publication date:
    05/15/2004
    Sold by:
    Barnes & Noble
    Format:
    NOOK Book
    Pages:
    128
    Sales rank:
    1,157,978
    File size:
    4 MB

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    Pillows, Cushions and Tuffets 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
    Anonymous More than 1 year ago
    This book is amazing! Every pillow, cushion and tuffet in my home looks straight out of a Neiman Marcus catalog! The author/designer truly has a skill for knowing how to take the right fabric and to construct a piece in a way that looks luxe, well-made and worthy of a mansion. The tuffet is such a lost art as well- it's great to have it back "in style." Hats off to you, Carol!