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Sew in Style - Make Your Own Doll Clothes - cover

Sew in Style - Make Your Own Doll Clothes

Erin Hentzel

Publisher: FunStitch Studio

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Summary

Projects for young stitchers to dress up their dolls: “Covers so many sewing basics—how to use a pattern, sewing seams, pressing, sewing curves and corners.” —Gen Q Magazine Get your amateur designer or stylist sewing with this how-to manual for kids who want to create one-of-a-kind looks for their 18” dolls. Twenty-two trendy clothing and accessory projects—from yoga pants to skinny jeans to a messenger bag—encourage kids to mix and match to design their own unique outfits. Lessons on sewing basics, step-by-step photos, links to full-size patterns, and projects for all skill levels ensure that budding designers will have no trouble creating the looks they always wanted for their favorite 18" companions.
Available since: 04/01/2014.
Print length: 112 pages.

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