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Sew & Stow: 31 Fun Sewing Projects to Carry, Hold, and Organize Your Stuff, Your Home, and Yourself! Paperback – May 7, 2008
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“Looking for inspiration for your next sewing project? Whether you’re a beginner or a master stitcher, there’s something for you in the new book.” –Star Banner
From the Back Cover
Help the Planet: Say no to plastic bags and yes to colorful, reusable, hand-sewn alternatives! It’s easy to make your own bags, carry-alls, and sacks to hold everything from farmers’ market finds to bag lunches.
Brighten Your Home: Stitch up an apron or laundry bag to bring style and flair to household tasks. Add panache to your outdoor activities with a hand-sewn bottle sling or a comfy hammock. You can even make a dog bed cover for your loyal pal or a log tote for your favorite lumberjack.
Functional, fabulous, and ecofriendly—these handmade projects are quick and simple with the step-by-step instructions and illustrations in Sew & Stow.
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I definitely do not like the layout of this book; I prefer photos of projects with the project, not lumped in the beginning. I understand cost is sometimes an issue, but I will still dislike the practice. Also, if you don't like/have problems reading pink, skip this book. Directions are printed in black, but the "illustrations" (really amateur sketches) may be difficult to see. If you wear glasses with any kind of tint you won't be able to read it at all.
If you are looking for ideas, and are adept at creating your own patterns, this book is fine. If you are looking for step-by-step directions, skip it. I'm still looking for a project book I can actually use. (I haven't found it yet, or I'd list my recommendation here.)