"With photos of the step-by-step instructions and advice given with Deborah's energetic writing style, this book conveys both Deborah's experience as a teacher as well as her enthusiasm for sewing." --Ellen Lucket Baker, The Long Thread
The author of the bestselling Stitch-by-Stitch, Deborah Moebes is a fifth-generation crafter and designer. Deborah is the owner of Whipstitch Fabrics, a thriving fabric shop and sewing lounge in the heart of Atlanta. She continues to add workshops and sewing events throughout the year, and regularly blogs tutorials, projects, and articles on the new sewing culture. Visit Deborah at www.whipstitchfabrics.com.
If you buy this book, at least you'll have been given fair warning.
This book is aimed at teaching people new skills in each project to help you go from a beginner sewist to a more advanced stitcher.
They don't come with the book and I can't find reference to a website anywhere that they can be downloaded from.
It's a good thing I'm an experienced sewer as otherwise I wouldn't have been able to make heads or tails of the patterns in this book. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Bunny-mama
Can't wait to get started on the projects in this book. Disc is a nice addition and very helpful. Order fulfilled as quickly as anticipated.Published 6 months ago by Catherine Vigil
I like the design to the book. It will lay flat open. There are some wonderful ideas and patterns with nice instructions.Published 7 months ago by L. S. Cooper
I'm really disappointed with this book. It states that it's for "taking your sewing projects to the next level", but there is so much missing information, I can't see how... Read morePublished 9 months ago by Danielle1975us
love this book. The projects teach different skills and is great for beginners as well as experienced sewist. I use it in my beginner sewing classes. Read morePublished 12 months ago by Jeannine Miller
I've given this book to several of my sewing buddies who have various levels of experience - and ALL have raved about it. Read morePublished 18 months ago by FayFultonBrown