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Dream Sewing Spaces: Design & Organization for Spaces Large & Small Paperback – April 19, 2010
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room in the spare bedroom of my new house. I bought it long
before I moved into my new space and it had terrific ideas
I could use in my existing kitchen corner sewing area. Once
I moved, I knew exactly what I wanted to do and I was able to
convert my old kitchen and office furniture to a fabulous
space for myself. You'll never want to buy one of those
lame prefab sewing consoles once you see the spaces in this
book. Excellent ideas for all types of storage depending on
how you work and what type of sewing you do. Even if you only
have a closet or a corner, this book will inspire you.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Got a lot of great ideas for my sewing room from this book. There are so many ideas in this book that I could never do them all. This book is worth the money!Published 2 months ago by A. Starks
Very well though out book. It gives great examples of setting up a sewing space- in a closet, in a large room and many tlocaions in betweenPublished 12 months ago by C. Morrison
What lovely ideas. Now to put imagination and suggestions to work. Thanks.Published 13 months ago by kb
Nice book, good ideas, but I would need live in carpenters.Published 15 months ago by C. Leigh Wearn
Super useful book. Plans, tips, advice--all excellent. Highly recommend it.Published 17 months ago by N. Podolsky
Nice book, and I'm not unhappy I bought it. It was definitely geared more towards garment sewers than quilters, and that was a surprise. Read morePublished 22 months ago by T. Collins