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Fabrics A-to-Z: The Essential Guide to Choosing and Using Fabric for Sewing Paperback – April 1, 2012
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About the Author
Dana Willard is the creator of the popular blog MADE. Her patterns and designs have been featured in sewing publications such as Craft Hope: Handmade Crafts for a Cause and Sew magazine, as well as on blogs and zines such as Craft, Odeedoh, Sewfearless, and Refashion. She lives in Texas. Visit her website at dana-made-it.com.
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Top Customer Reviews
Not only does she give info on fabric, but she also includes descriptions about notions and pattern symbols. I think this is a great reference book for anybody who sews.
The sections in the back that cover needles, notions, tools, etc., are very useful.
I haven't finished the book yet, but a lot of the mysteries, confusions, and gaps in knowledge have been cleared up. It is written in a concise yet friendly way and is enjoyable reading. This book is worth the money and I'm very glad I bought it.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
A wealth of information at your fingertips from suggestions on what to use it for, how to handle it, to how to wash it.Published 2 months ago by Rosina
Before I had a chance to do more than thumb through this book, my granddaughter spotted it and took it back to design school with her. She really liked it!Published 5 months ago by myra Gradisher
This book arrived on time and in good condition. I haven't had much time to really study it yet but it looks exactly what I wanted and seems to be well set out and informative.Published 6 months ago by Wendy Blinco